South Korean Actress Oh In-Hye Passes Away at Age 36

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South Korean actress Oh In-hye died on Monday after being discovered in a state of cardiac arrest inside her home.

Details of her death were released by the Incheon Yeonsu Police on Tuesday, according to The Korea Herald.

She was found unresponsive at her home by a friend at around 5 a.m. on Monday and underwent emergency procedures before being brought to Inha University Hospital, Variety reported.

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Her breathing reportedly returned briefly before she passed away that same day.

Authorities found no signs of foul play but will still launch an investigation regarding the circumstances leading to Oh’s death.

 

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Oh’s death is believed to be a suicide, according to reports.

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“It appears she made an extreme choice,” a police spokesperson said. They also revealed Oh had been suffering from depression.

A private funeral is set to be held for the actress on September 16, Mothership reported.

 

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Oh made her acting debut in the 2011 movie “Sin of a Family.” She later took a minor role in “Red Vacance Black Wedding” and “A Journey with Korean Masters” that same year as well as “The Plan” in 2014.

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Oh had recently shifted her creative energies into being a YouTuber. Her recent video was a skincare routine with over 1.7 million views as of this writing.

She opened up her florist shop, called Flowerbyiness, in Seoul’s Jamwon-dong neighborhood, reported South China Morning Post

Oh last updated her Instagram on September 12 when she told her followers where she was and wished them a good weekend.

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If you or someone you know is having suicidal thoughts, please call the United States National Suicide and Crisis Hotlines at 1-800-784-2433 and 1-800-273-8255.

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