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South Korean singer and actress

Goo Hara is ...

Born 3 Jan 1991 in Gwangju
Died 24 Nov 2019 in Cheongdam-dong
Age28 years, 10 months
Goo Hara
Goo Hara
(Marie Claire Korea) 카메라 밖의 구하라

About Goo Hara

Goo Hara born on 3 January 1991 in Gwangju. She is a citizen of South Korea. Goo Hara was educated at Sungshin Women's University and Dongmyung Girls' Information Industry High School. She died on 24 November 2019 in Cheongdam-dong at age 28 years, 10 months.

Goo Hara plays voice. She was a South Korean singer and actress.

Goo Hara has worked as an actor, singer and recording artist. She has been a member of Kara.

She is also known as Goo Ha Ra, Gu Ha-ra, Gu Hara, Gu Ha Ra, Koo Ha-ra, Koo Ha Ra, Koo Hara, Ku Ha-ra, Ku Hara, Ku Ha Ra and Goo Ha-ra.


On November 24, 2019, Goo was found dead at her home in Cheongdam-dong, Gangnam, with the cause of death ruled as a possible suicide. Police found a suicide note written by Goo, and concluded that there was no foul play, as she was seen on CCTV footage returning home at 12:40 am, with no further visitors except for the housekeeper who found her body at 6pm the same day. An autopsy was not performed after the police consulted the prosecutor in-charge and took into consideration her family's request, and the body was handed over to her family on November 26. Goo's death occurred over a month after her close friend and fellow idol Sulli had died by suicide.

Goo's funeral was privately held at Gangnam Severance Hospital by family members and friends, while a separate memorial service for fans took place on November 25–26 in The Catholic University of Korea Seoul St. Mary's Hospital  in Gangnam. On November 27, Goo's body was cremated and her remains were enshrined at the Skycastle Memorial Park  in Bundang, Gyeonggi-do.

Following her death, a petition was submitted to the Blue House with over 200,000 signatures demanding a more severe punishment for filming sexual acts without consent and distributing it. Moreover, it was revealed that Goo had helped reporter Kang Kyung-yoon investigate Jung Joon-young's chatroom case prior to her death.