Celebrities have been releasing statement and messages regarding cancellations and delays in events due to the sudden passing of Goo Hara.
MAMAMOO‘s agency RBW, released an official statement through Twitter announcing that their Twitter Blue Room Live schedule that was to happen at 10:30 PM KST on November 24 will be canceled due to the sudden passing of a fellow colleague.
오늘 오후 10시 30분 진행 예정되어 있었던 트위터 블루룸 라이브 일정이 취소되었음을 알려드립니다.
당사와 마마무는 연예계의 안타까운 비보에 깊은 애도를 표하며 삼가 고인의 명복을 빕니다.
— 마마무(MAMAMOO) (@RBW_MAMAMOO) November 24, 2019
SM Entertainment announced on Twitter that NCT 127’s 24hr Relay Cam would be rescheduled. They hope that fans can understand their decision for this delay.
The release schedule for the rest of NCT 127 24hr Relay Cam will be rescheduled. Please wait for the further announcement.
We apologize for those who waited and thank you for your understanding.
— NCT (@NCTsmtown) November 24, 2019
EXO will also postpone the teasing schedule for their sixth full-length album due to the tragic event.
We have adjusted the teasing schedule for EXO's 6th full-length album due to the tragic incident. We will announce the schedule later, so we kindly ask for your understanding. We express our deepest condolences.
— EXO (@weareoneEXO) November 24, 2019
Actress Im Soohyang will not be attending the 24th Korean Culture Entertainment Awards, which will be held on November 25. She was known to be a close friend of Goo Hara and is currently grieving the loss of her friend.
Actor Jung Hae In will be canceling his travel variety show, Jung Hae In’s Walking Report press conference, which was originally scheduled for 11 AM KST on November 25. They hope that fans can understand their decision. The first official episode for the show will air at 10 AM KST on November 26.
According to Gangnam Police Department, Goo Hara was found passed away in her home around 6PM KST on November 24 at her house in Cheongdam-dong.
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