Korean media actor-singer Chung Lim passed away at the age of 37 after battling colon cancer and the country’s media and entertainment industry has been mourning the loss of its major talents.
The latest development comes after a foreign media outlet, on July 20, 2023, reported about his unfortunate demise which was confirmed later. However, the duration of his treatment is yet unknown but stated that he battled Colon Cancer for a long time.
Chung was popularly known for his debut in the beloved K-Drama, I’m Sorry, I Love You. Chung was born in 1987 and pursued his passion for Korean dance, majoring in it at the Korea National University of Arts.
Singer Jo Min Ah, a former member of the group Jewelry, expressed her heartfelt condolence on her personal channel. She recalled him as a bright and pure soul, with his innocent smile etched in her memory.
Jo Min acknowledged the challenges the late artist might have endured during his battle with colorectal cancer and bid him farewell with a prayer for him to find eternal peace, free from pain.
Chung Lim was born in 1987 and he pursued his passion for Korean dance, majoring in it at the Korea National University of Arts. His talents and charm soon graced the entertainment industry in 2004 when he made his debut in the beloved K-Drama, I'm Sorry, I Love You.
He is also credited with roles in Dream and a special appearance in Smile Mom. 2009 marked a new chapter in his career as he embarked on a musical journey, releasing his first EP album, STEP, and showcasing his prowess as a singer.
His tall stature and dance skills earned him comparisons to the renowned artist Rain.
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