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[HanCinema's News] Goo Ha-ra Apologizes Again for Suicide Attempt

2019/06/20 | Permalink

Content warning: The following text handles topics of depression and suicide.

On June 17th Goo Ha-ra posted a picture and comment to Instagram. The comment reads, I'm sorry and thank you. I'll work hard to show you my best self going forward.

The comment is virtually identical to the one Goo Ha-ra made to the Japanese newspaper Sankei Sports back on May 28th. The purpose of the current missive appears to be to reassure fans that she has not regressed since recovering from her suicide attempt on May 26th.

Goo Ha-ra also posted other pictures that day, to the supportive response of her fans. At present Goo Ha-ra is still recuperating in Japan and it is not know when she will return.

If you or someone you know is in crisis and needs help, please check this international list of suicide prevention crisis centers for your local branch. If your country is not on the list, please call your local emergency services.

Written by William Schwartz

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