- Park Ji-hoon, a Korean actor-model, died on May 11 at the age of 31 due to stomach cancer
- His family confirmed the tragic news about his death through social media
- In their Instagram statement, the family thanked all of the people who expressed their love, concern and support to them amid the tragedy
- He is best known for being a cast member on the series “Chicago Typewriter”
Park Ji-hoon, a Korean actor-model, died on May 11 at the age of 31 due to stomach cancer.
The tragic news about Park’s death was confirmed on social media by his family.
His family also thanked all of the people who expressed their love, concern and support to them amid the tragedy.
“We deeply thank everyone who sent their warm comfort and encouragement even during the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak,” the message over Instagram said, as quoted and translated in a report by Soompi.
“Thanks to you, we were not alone as we sent my younger brother to heaven. Your support was a huge source of strength to not only me, but to our entire family. We will never forget it,” his family stated on Instagram, as quoted and translated by Soompi.
Park Ji-Hoon used to be a model before focusing on his acting career.
He appeared on Korean series such as “Dal-Soon's Spring” and “Chicago Typewriter.”
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