Autopsy conducted for late singer Park Boram, Xanadu entertainment requests respect for privacy

Autopsy conducted for late singer Park Boram, Xanadu entertainment requests respect for privacy

The late Park Boram’s agency, Xanadu Entertainment, conducted an autopsy on the 15th to clarify the cause of her death.

Xanadu Entertainment stated, “To clearly determine the cause of death of our artist, the late Park Boram, an autopsy was carried out this morning. It has been confirmed that there are no signs of homicide or suicide, and the detailed autopsy results will be conveyed to the family later.”

The agency also added, “We earnestly request that people refrain from spreading rumors and speculative reports so that the grieving family can properly send off their loved one.”

The funeral will be held at 6 AM on the 17th.

Park Boram passed away on the 11th. Following her death, false news was generated, and the agency has requested deletion of such information and hinted at a strong response.

● Below is the official statement in full:

This is Xanadu Entertainment.

An autopsy was performed this morning to clearly determine the cause of death of our artist, the late Park Boram. It has been confirmed that there are no signs of homicide or suicide, and the detailed results of the autopsy will be shared with her family at a later date.

The wake for the deceased is set up from 3 PM today at Seoul Asan Hospital Funeral Hall, Room 21, and the funeral will be held at 6 AM on the 17th. The burial will take place at Seoul Memorial Park.

We sincerely pray for the soul of the departed who has tragically left this world, and we earnestly ask everyone to refrain from spreading rumors and speculative reporting so that the bereaved family can properly farewell their loved one.

We would be grateful if you could join us in praying for Park Boram, who pursued her musical dreams with passion, to rest peacefully in a better place.

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