A Burmese employee at the Yangon branch of South Korea's Shinhan bank who was shot by the military has been pronounced dead.
She died in the hospital on Friday after a gunshot to the head by the military while driving home from work on Wednesday.
This is the first Korean company related casualty reported from the unrest in Myanmar.
Meanwhile, local reports say Myanmar's military government has cut wi-fi access for 24 hours on Friday.
With mobile internet access cut around two weeks ago, only wired internet access had been available.
Since the start of the coup on February 1st, the reported deaths from violent suppression of protests have topped 540.