Drama Chicago Typewriter crew Korean model-turned-actor Park Ji-hoon is dead. Park Ji Hoon died at the age of 31. Park Ji Hoon cause death was a complication of stomach cancer, according to the family.

Park Ji Hoon’s death was disclosed to the public by the actor’s family on May 13, revealing he died after a long battle with stomach cancer.

His family also thanked friends and supporters for their comfort even as they face the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.

“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.

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Ji-Hoon Park had previously worked as a magazine model, and then appeared as an actor after appearing in the first drama of her life in the 2017 drama ‘Chicago Typewriter’. At that time, Park Ji-hoon played the role of Jeon Do-yeop.

Park Ji Hoon starred in  2019 South Korean television series “Flower Crew: Joseon Marriage Agency

Few Things You Need To About Parj Ji Hoon

Park Ji Hoon is a South Korean singer and actor.

Park Ji-hoon was born on May 29, 1999, in Masan, South Korea.

He graduated from National Middle School of Traditional Arts, where he majored in musical theatre.

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Park Ji Hoon rose to fame after his participation in the reality competition show Produce 101 Season 2, where he finished in second place overall and became a member of the boy group Wanna One, which released several chart-topping albums and singles from 2017 to 2019.

Park Ji Hoon established himself as a musical actor through his participation in the musicals Peter Pan, The Harmonium in My Memory and Radio Star. With the conclusion of the group activities in January 2019, Park began his solo career with EP O’Clock in March 2019.