Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon found dead after going missing

Park Won-soon was reported missing by his daughter on Thursday hours after he left the house. His daughter told police that Park gave her a "will-like" message before leaving his home in the morning, according to the Associated Press.A sexual harassment claim was filed against Park a day earlier.Police told local media early Friday morning that his body had been found.Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Park Won-soon, the mayor of the South Korean capital city of Seoul, has been found dead, according to local media. Park was reported missing by his daughter on Thursday evening, hours after he left their home
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Search for missing ‘Glee’ star switched to recovery mission – Naya Rivera presumed dead

Glee star Naya Rivera remains missing and is now presumed dead after taking a boating trip with her four-year-old son, officials have said. According to the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office, Rivera and her son took a boat trip on Lake Piru in Southern California yesterday afternoon (July 8) with her son, who was later found alone on a boat at the lake. The Sheriff’s Office said the rescue search for Rivera, who played cheerleader Santana Lopez in Glee from 2009 to 2015, would resume “at first light” today (July 9). However, a fresh update from the office confirms that the
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‘Dead To Me’ renewed by Netflix for third and final season

Dead to Me has been renewed for a third and final season on Netflix, the streaming giant has confirmed. 2 Broke Girls creator Liz Feldman’s dark comedy series, starring Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini, focuses on Jen (Applegate), in the aftermath of her husband being killed in a hit and run. In a statement confirming the renewal, Netflix said: “We could not be more excited to expand our relationship with Liz and continue to work with her on Dead to Me and future series to come.” Feldman had previously explained her hopes for a third season, detailing while the storyline had
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Ennio Morricone Dead at 91

Ennio Morricone has died at the age of 91, Italian news media and The New York Times report. The Oscar–winning composer, whose spaghetti western soundtracks helped to define the genre, was hospitalized last week after he fell and fractured his femur, his lawyer told the Times. He died Monday morning (July 6) in Rome. As well as spectacular scores for Sergio Leone and Clint Eastwood’s 1960s western classics, the Italian maestro produced landmark work across modern cinema, including scores for Quentin Tarantino, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Terrence Malick, and Brian De Palma, among many others.Morricone played music from a young age,
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James Marsden on Becoming the Good Guy in Dead to Me Season 2

The Season 1 finale of Dead to Me could have easily been the end of James Marsden's involvement with the Netflix dramedy. His manipulative and malicious character Steve Wood was undeniably dead after he confronted Jen (Christina Applegate), who knew he was responsible for her husband's death, and aggressively demanded access to his ex-fiancée Judy (Linda Cardellini), who'd been living with her. Apart from flashbacks that might explain exactly how Steve wound up face-down in Jen's pool, it was hard to envision a future for the character on the series.  Creator Liz Feldman had an idea for how to bring
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Best Style Releases This Week: Aimé Leon Dore, Supreme, Brain Dead & More

Plenty of people are kicking off an extended holiday weekend tomorrow. What better way to start off the celebration than to treat yourself to some new clothes?Popular brands like Aimé Leon Dore, Supreme, Fear of God Essentials, Bape, and more are all dropping off some new product worthy of being added to your Summer 2020 wardrobe. From brightly-colored T-shirts stamped with playful graphics to toned-down essentials like hoodies and polos, there is surely something to cater to anyone's taste here. Check out a detailed look at all of this week's best style releases below. Aimé Leon Dore Spring/Summer 2020 Uniform IIRelease Date: Available
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‘The Walking Dead’ actor says Governor would “wipe the floor” with Negan and Alpha

The Walking Dead actor David Morrissey has said he believes his character, the Governor, would “wipe the floor” with the show’s currently villains Negan and Alpha. Morrissey’s Governor was the main antagonist in season three of The Walking Dead, killing both Hershel and Merle. In conversation at the virtual Wizard World panel for The Walking Dead, Morrissey said of the competition with Negan and Alpha: “Out of those villains, obviously the Governor would wipe the floor with everybody.” The Walking Dead actor was also quizzed on his thoughts on Shane, the character played by Jon Bernthal who began the show as a
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