Cha In-ha. The death of the young actor-singer, following the suspected suicides of K-pop stars Sulli and Goo Hara, has raised concerns in Korea that the accompanying publicity could trigger young people to take their own lives. Cha In-ha. The death of the young actor-singer, following the suspected suicides of K-pop stars Sulli and Goo Hara, has raised concerns in Korea that the accompanying publicity could trigger young people to take their own lives.
Cha In-ha. The death of the young actor-singer, following the suspected suicides of K-pop stars Sulli and Goo Hara, has raised concerns in Korea that the accompanying publicity could trigger young people to take their own lives.

Copycat-suicides fear in Korea after K-pop stars Cha In-ha, Sulli, Goo Hara die in the space of two months

  • Fans were left shocked by the sudden deaths of the Korean celebrities, raising fears for their mental health
  • There are concerns young people in Korea may take their own lives following widely publicised suicides, a phenomenon known as the ‘Werther effect’

Topic |   K-pop, Mandopop and other Asian pop
Cha In-ha. The death of the young actor-singer, following the suspected suicides of K-pop stars Sulli and Goo Hara, has raised concerns in Korea that the accompanying publicity could trigger young people to take their own lives. Cha In-ha. The death of the young actor-singer, following the suspected suicides of K-pop stars Sulli and Goo Hara, has raised concerns in Korea that the accompanying publicity could trigger young people to take their own lives.
Cha In-ha. The death of the young actor-singer, following the suspected suicides of K-pop stars Sulli and Goo Hara, has raised concerns in Korea that the accompanying publicity could trigger young people to take their own lives.
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