K-pop singer Sulli has died at the age of 25, police have confirmed.
She was found dead at her home in Sujeong-gu, Seongnam in the Gyeonggi province of South Korea, today.
No details have been released about the cause of death.
Sulli was reportedly found by her manager who went to her house when he couldn’t get in contact with her.
Sulli, whose real name was Choi Jin-ri, was a member of K-pop band f(x) but took a hiatus in 2014 when she couldn’t cope with online abuse.
The hiatus was meant to last a year but she then chose to leave the group to pursue an acting career.
She’d first rose to famous an actress when she played Princess Seonhwa of Silla in the SBS drama Ballad of Seodong when she was just 11.
Sulli also starred in films like Fashion King and I AM and TV shows like Hotel del Luna and To the Beautiful You.
Her band f(x) enjoyed success with songs like Pinocchio (Danger), Electric Shock and Hot Summer.
Earlier this year she surprised fans with her return to music with new single Goblin.
She also performed SM Town Theatre in Seoul on 29 June.
She also featured on Dean’s track Dayfly in 2018.
Sulli won an award for Best New Star at the SBS Drama Awards in 2012 for playing Goo Jae-hee in To The Beautiful You.
She recently opened up about her battle with a panic disorder and how she struggled to cope with fame.
Speaking on reality show Jinro Shore, Sulli said: “Even close people left me. I was hurt by them and felt there was nobody who understands me, which made me fall apart.