Lee Seo Woo, the lead singer of Korean pop-metal group K-pop duo K-Drama, has died, her representative confirmed to Billboard.
She was 60.
The cause of death was asphyxia due to a drug overdose.
Lee Seo’s career began in 1991 when she was a 14-year-old child singer.
In 2003, she started performing at the Seoul subway station as a teenager.
In 2012, she joined the K-drama group KDRC.
The group’s debut album, “Lebul,” was released in 2013.
She sang in the group’s 2015 reunion tour.
Lee Seoo and her K-music team, which also includes HyunA, B.E.A.P., M-POP, K-Pop Star, and others, released the album on September 27, 2017.
In the album’s second single, “Wimpy,” she raps about the beauty of being fat and how she looks great when she looks bad.
In addition to her music, Lee Seon has a series of television and film roles, including one for Korean soap opera “Drama Queen.”