Park Bo-ram autopsy shows 'no signs' of homicide or suicide, agency says

Singer Park Bo-ram [SCREEN CAPTURE]

The autopsy conducted on the late singer Park Bo-ram showed “no signs that she died of homicide or suicide,” Park's agency Xanadu Entertainment said in a statement on Monday. Detailed autopsy results will be revealed to her family at a later date.

The funeral procession for the singer will start on Monday as soon as the autopsy process is complete.

Park’s funeral altar will be set at the funeral home at Asan Medical Center in Songpa District, southern Seoul, from 3 p.m. on Monday. She will later be buried at Seoul Memorial Park.

Earlier on Monday, her agency said it would take legal action against false and defamatory media content regarding the cause of Park's death. It added that an autopsy is already underway to find the exact cause.

Park died Thursday night after being found unconscious. She was 30 years old.

She first became known to the public after competing on Mnet’s audition show “Superstar K 2” (2010) in which she ultimately finished as a Top 7 finalist. She made her debut in August 2014 with the single, “Beautiful (feat. Zico of Block B).”