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Almost one-and-a-half years after the death of K-pop singer Goo Hara, the 'Goo Hara Act' has finally been approved by South Korea’s Cabinet.

The Act, which prevents a parent's claim on their children's assets if they neglected their parental duties, was established by Goo Ha In, the older brother of the late star, after their estranged mother demanded half of Hara’s assets.

Hara was found dead in her home in November 2019 and is widely believed to have committed suicide after being targeted by abusive online trolls. 

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