Sad News, Lee Eol Starring Seo Ye Ji’s Father In ‘It’s Okay To Not Be Okay’ Closes Age
Actor Lee Eol Who Once Starred In The Drama ‘It’s Okay To Not Be Okay’ Where He Played The Character As The Father Of Seo Ye Ji (Ko Moon Young) Is Reported To Have Died.
Actor Lee Eol reportedly died after battling esophageal cancer he suffered. It was reported that the actor breathed his last today, Thursday (26/5).
According to a report by Spotv News, Lee Eol passed away at the age of 58. It is reported that Lee Eol has been battling esophageal cancer or esophageal cancer since the end of his drama ” Voice Season 4 “.
According to reports, Lee Eol showed his strong will to beat the disease. However, unfortunately he had left this world after a long struggle against it.
Please note that Lee Eol has worked with many artists in the South Korean film industry. The actor who was born in 1964 has an interest in starring in the terror genre film. After years of experience, he managed to specialize in those genres and got many roles because of the genres that he often starred in.
Lee Eol has left many impressive appearances in works such as dramas ” Watcher “, ” It’s Okay to Not Be Okay “, ” 18 Again “, “Voice Season 4″, and ” Live ” as well as other film projects. In particular, he is loved for his lively characters, including coach Dreams in the drama ” Hot Stove League “.
Coupled with his role as Ko Dae Hwan, the father of Ko Moon Young, played by Seo Ye Ji in the hit drama “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay”. Earlier this year, he got the chance to meet audiences with the film ” The Policeman’s Lineage .”
You could say, “The Policeman’s Lineage” became the last work of the deceased to be officially released. The film stars top actors such as Choi Woo Shik , Park Hee Soon to Choi Jin Woong .
Meanwhile, the mortuary of the deceased was set up in the funeral hall of the Seoul Medical Center. The funeral will be held on May 28, at the Seoul Metropolitan Cemetery Center.