SM Entertainment posted an official announcement through social media.
The post read,
This is SM Entertainment. Sulli has left our side. We are truly sorry to reveal such sad news to fans. According to the family’s wishes, we will be arranging separate dates and times for fans to come and express their condolences and send prayers to Sulli and her family. Fans will be able to come on October 15 from 4-9PM KST and October 16 from noon to 9PM KST at the Shinchon Severance Hospital Funeral Hall. Once again, we express our deepest condolences.
— SMTOWN (@SMTOWNGLOBAL) October 15, 2019
On October 14, Sulli was found by her manager in her Seongnam home. Police confirmed that she had passed away.
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