Goo Hara. The K-pop singer’s death has prompted renewed talk about the dark side of the Korean pop music industry, and the pressure that entertainers, especially female stars, face. Goo Hara. The K-pop singer’s death has prompted renewed talk about the dark side of the Korean pop music industry, and the pressure that entertainers, especially female stars, face.
Goo Hara. The K-pop singer’s death has prompted renewed talk about the dark side of the Korean pop music industry, and the pressure that entertainers, especially female stars, face.

What K-pop singer Goo Hara’s death tells us about the pressure faced by female Korean musical stars

  • Goo’s death came less than two months after that of Choi Jin-ri, or Sulli, another K-pop star
  • Both Goo and Choi faced harassment from the public and media throughout their careers, which took a toll on their mental health

Topic |   K-pop, Mandopop and other Asian pop
Goo Hara. The K-pop singer’s death has prompted renewed talk about the dark side of the Korean pop music industry, and the pressure that entertainers, especially female stars, face. Goo Hara. The K-pop singer’s death has prompted renewed talk about the dark side of the Korean pop music industry, and the pressure that entertainers, especially female stars, face.
Goo Hara. The K-pop singer’s death has prompted renewed talk about the dark side of the Korean pop music industry, and the pressure that entertainers, especially female stars, face.
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