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‘No foul play’ on K-pop Sulli’s death 

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Oct. 19, 19 | 9:15 am

Hinatid na sa huling hantungan ang Korean pop star na si Sulli. Giit ng mga otoridad walang foul play na naganap sa kanyang pagkamatay. #thefilipinotimes

Family and friends from the K-pop industry gave paid their respects to singer and actress Sulli in a funeral ceremony held Thursday.

Sulli’s former f(x) bandmates Amber, Krystal, Luna and Victoria attended the ceremony.

The singer was found dead on Monday in her home in Seongnam City. Her fans have been visiting the funeral place of the late K-Pop star.

Korean Police also conducted their autopsy on Sulli’s body and the saw no signs of foul play on her death.

“During the autopsy at the National Institute of Scientific Investigation, experts indicated that they did not detect any suspicious points such as external forces or pressure on the body leading to the murder. The autopsy was done under the consent of the deceased’s family to clarify the cause of death. The final autopsy results will be published within the next few days,” the Seongnam Sujeong Police said in a statement.

SM Entertainment, Sulli’s talent agency, paid tribute to the K-pop star with a tweet.

“We still remember very clearly the day we first met Sulli. The girl with a lovely and radiant smile became an artist loved by many people. And now, Sulli has become a shining star in the hearts of those who loved her. We will never forget and forever engrave her beautiful image and warm heart in our mind,” the statement said.

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