Sulli's Untimely Death Triggers Reactions From K-pop Fans On Twitter

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Sulli was found dead today afternoon in her Seoul apartment. The whole of k-pop fan community have taken to Twitter to express grief on her untimely death.

Written By Shruti Mukherjee | Mumbai | Updated On:
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K-pop star, Sulli was found dead earlier today at her Seoul home in South Korea. According to police reports, her body found by her manager. Police investigation reportedly revealed the reason of death as a suicide. Sulli's real name was Choi Jin Ri. She was a member of the band, f(x). But she parted ways with them in 2015 to focus on her acting career. Earlier this summer Sulli released her debut solo album, Goblin

The 25-year-old’s death left the K-pop fan community in a shock. Sulli's fans expressed their grief on the social medias.

Here is how twitter reacted to the news of her death:

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Her former bandmates have also taken to Twitter to express their grief.

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Sulli’s former bandmate, Amber Liu had also put a hold on his public activities.

According to police reports, Sulli was reportedly a victim of cyberbullying. She had also confessed to suffering from panic disorder from a young age. Sulli was also the victim of homophobic comments after pecking her best friend, Goo Ha-ra, on the lips on her birthday. Her relationships had also reportedly come under the scrutiny of cyberbullies. Although the reason her death has been revealed, the investigation is still underway. 

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