A portrait of late K-pop star Goo Hara is seen at a memorial altar at a hospital in Seoul on November 25. Photo: STR/Dong-A Ilbo/AFP
Anson Au
Opinion

Opinion

Anson Au

K-pop deaths show East Asia must end the stigma, and the solitude, that surrounds mental health

  • The deaths of Goo Hara and Sulli reveal signs of a deep mental health crisis in East Asia that isn’t talked about enough. To combat it requires more community outreach and specialised resources for reaching specific groups
A portrait of late K-pop star Goo Hara is seen at a memorial altar at a hospital in Seoul on November 25. Photo: STR/Dong-A Ilbo/AFP
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