Kim Young-ok "I left countless wills"
Kim Young-ok "I left countless wills"
Actress Kim Young-ok expressed her thoughts on death with dignity.

Kim Young-ok met with Ten Asia at a cafe in Samcheong-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul on the afternoon of the 7th and conducted an interview, telling various stories about the movie 'Picnic'.

'Picnic' is a story about two friends who are best friends and in-laws, who go on a trip to their hometown Namhae together for the first time in 60 years and reconnect with memories from when they were 16 years old. Na Moon-hee, Kim Young-ok, and Park Geun-hyung appear as the leads.

Kim Young-ok appears as Geum-soon and Eun-sim along with Na Moon-hee. It stimulates laughter and tears as it tells the story of a childhood where precious friendships and memories were made with friends.

‘Picnic’ deals with death with dignity. Kim Young-ok said, "I passed out countless wills. I told my fellow actors, 'If I die and say Kim Young-ok's daughter or son, please caress me a little.' But Park Won-sook said, 'He made a lot of wills and lived until he made a mess.'" He said it and made me laugh.

He continued, "Death with dignity is not yet allowed in our country. I hope it is allowed as soon as possible. Even if a person is alive, he or she is not alive, so we should not just drag him into medical treatment. If you think that I am doing that, it is true."

At the same time, Kim Young-ok emphasized ‘health’. He said, "It's no use having money or a family. It's important to be able to take care of yourself. You have to take care of your health as long as you can."

Ten Asia Reporter Kim Seo-yoon translated by google