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Parasite’s Lee Sun-Kyun found dead in an apparent suicide attempt

The actor from Parasite Lee Sun-Kyun has just been found dead under suspicious circumstances and has led police onto an investigation. The news has been brought to light by Yonhap News Agency.

They began by explaining that the actor was initially discovered, unresponsive, inside a car in a park in Seoul, South Korea, just this Tuesday. The actor had a charcoal briquette on the passenger seat due to it, all signs point to a possible carbon monoxide poisoning.

First responders also pronounced him dead on the spot, and thus no attempt was made to get him to a hospital, reports reveal. At this point, despite speculation of a death by suicide, there is no official cause of death being reported. Before his passing, he was also questioned by the police, a few months prior, for using marijuana, among other illegal substances.

At the time he claimed the drugs were ingested under pretenses and he had ‘no idea’ what he was ingesting. According to a report by Page Six, authorities were intimated when the actor left an alarming message behind to his family, the night prior.

Source: People

In other news – The Ranaka sisters reunite this holiday season after a year of not speaking to one another

Every holiday season is family time for the Ranakas, a time to rest and bond. The family gets together with extended family members, aunts, uncles, and cousins. This year, however, they are keeping the celebrations small, with their parents; Nonceba and Kgotlaesele Ranaka, siblings, Manaka, Dineo, Mpumi, Ziggy, Ranaka, Mzingisi, and the grandchildren. “We didn’t plan too much this year,” Manaka tells ZiMoja.

Ranaka sisters

We never really plan or know until the last minute. But before we even had kids, there used to be this routine of us meeting at a rakgadi’s sbani bani’s house or our house. Everybody would bring food and drinks and we would share. When we had kids, we continued for a bit. But now that we are older and extremely busy with kids, we would rather just keep it to immediate family,” Manaka said. Read more