Soyou recently made a post on her official Instagram account remembering late Goo Hara.
The post reads as follows:
Men, women, civilians, celebrities, laborors, job seekers, self-employers, family heads, students, and military soldiers are the most often asking each other, “Are you okay? Nothing’s wrong, right?” Many people who had the right to be loved have left us.
I wish this won’t have to happen again. I’m sure there are people who curse at people for things that haven’t been confirmed and those that curse at others with harsh words. Please try to understand each other better and love each other more. We all have the right to be loved.
Goo Hara was found passed away in her home around 6PM KST on November 24.
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