YouTuber Eok Dal-hyung Found Dead at Home
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YouTuber Eok Dal-hyung, known for his role in the web drama ‘Wise Dormitory Life’, has tragically passed away at the age of 38.
Details of the Incident
Eok Dal-hyung, whose real name is Kim Tae-woo, was discovered deceased at his residence on the 2nd. At present, the cause of his death remains unknown.
A Popular YouTuber and Actor
Born in 1984, Eok Dal-hyung had amassed an impressive following of 120,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel. Additionally, he pursued acting projects and appeared in web dramas and films through comedian Kim Hyeong-in’s YouTube channel. Notably, his portrayal of a gangster in ‘Wise Dormitory Life’ garnered attention.
An Apology Prior to His Passing
Two months ago, the deceased posted a video on his YouTube channel in which he expressed remorse following an incident involving an assault allegation. He did not shy away from taking responsibility, saying, “I will not hide the truth. I deeply apologize to my friend, Mr. Jesu, and others affected by this incident. This was more than just a verbal dispute; it escalated into a physical altercation. I feel immense shame and regret.”
He further acknowledged the negative impact his actions caused, stating, “Through this one act, I have disappointed and hurt numerous individuals, including my viewers and subscribers. I deeply despise myself for tarnishing the reputation of the channel’s director and co-members who have worked tirelessly.”
The mortuary for Eok Dal-hyung is located at room 302 of the Osan Funeral Culture Centre. The funeral service will take place at 8 am on the 4th, followed by the burial at Hambaeksan Memorial Park in Hwaseong, Gyeonggi-do.
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YouTuber Eok Dal-hyung (Kim Tae-woo) is found dead at home
Eok Dal-hyung (Kim Tae-woo), a YouTuber who loved his role in the web drama ‘Wise Dormitory Life’, died suddenly. 38 years old.
Brother Eokdal was found dead at his home on the 2nd. The cause of death is currently unknown.
The deceased, born in 1984, is a popular YouTuber with 120,000 subscribers. He also worked as an actor, appearing in web dramas and films through comedian Kim Hyeong-in’s YouTube channel. In particular, he was noticed for playing the role of a gangster in ‘Wise Dormitory Life’.
The deceased previously posted an apology video on his YouTube channel about two months ago after being embroiled in an identity assault controversy.
The deceased said, “I will not hide it, and I will not hide it. I am truly sorry for my friend and Mr. Jesu. This is not just a reflection of words. I had a minor dispute with a particular friend.” , and a situation arose, and as a result, there was a fight. I feel very ashamed. ” He confessed.
He said, “I hurt an old friend, and because of that one act, I brought disappointment and bitterness to many people around me, viewers and subscribers. I hated myself so much when I thought that the director and many of members with them. have gone through hardship and hardship was being criticized because of me.”
The mortuary was set up in room 302 of the Osan Funeral Culture Centre. The funeral will be held at 8 am on the 4th, and the burial will be at Hambaeksan Memorial Park in Hwaseong, Gyeonggi-do.
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