After attending the tearful funeral for their bandmate Go Eunbi late last week, Ladies' Code's Ashley and Zuny had to do it all over again today, this time for the funeral of the K-pop group's other deceased member, 23-year-old Kwon Risae (a.k.a. RiSe).
Also in attendance was Ladies' Code's other surviving member, Lee Sojung, who was noticeably absent from Eunbi's funeral due to surgery for facial fractures. The 21-year-old appeared to be the most injured of the remaining members, as she was wheelchair bound and attached to a drip, with a surgical mask covering her face.
19-year-old Zuny, who was still wearing the same neck-brace that she was in during Eunbi's funeral, was also suffering lingering physical damage from the group's car accident.
In an official statement to the media, Ladies' Code's label said, "We hope that you will remember the bright and beautiful RiSe and EunB for a long time. Please continue to pray and send your support to their family, Ashley, Sojung, and Zuny."
Rise's remains are now reportedly being taken to Japan, where another funeral with her family and close friends will be held. She will then be laid to rest in Japan, where she was born and raised as a fourth generation Korean Japanese.
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