Park So-dam, “I can’t get up from thyroid cancer surgery without my dad’s help.”
Park So-dam, “I can’t get up from thyroid cancer surgery without my dad’s help.”
Actress Park So-dam shared her thoughts on returning after thyroid cancer surgery.

On the 13th, a production presentation for TVING's original series 'Jae Lee, I'll Die Soon' was held at CGV I'Park Mall in Yongsan, Seoul. Director Ha Byung-hoon and actors Seo In-guk, Park So-dam, Kim Ji-hoon, Choi Si-won, Seong Hoon, Kim Kang-hoon, Jang Seung-jo, Lee Jae-wook, Go Yoon-jung, Kim Jae-wook, and Kim Mi-kyung attended the event.

'Lee Jae, I'm Dying Soon' is a life-changing drama in which Choi Lee Jae (played by Seo In-guk), who is about to fall into hell, experiences death and life 12 times due to the judgment made by Death (played by Park So-dam).

Death, played by Park So-dam, is a mysterious being who judges Choi Yi-jae. He said, "Death, in my opinion, is not a human, but I thought he was connected to Jae Lee as one. I sympathize and accept Jae Lee's emotions, but I do not react as they are. I thought I fully understood and felt his life and mind, so I did not punish him like that. "I thought it was a character with emotions. He gets angry, angry, doesn't understand, and laughs. Although he's not a human, he has human emotions, and he feels sorry for Jae Lee's choice more than anyone else." explained.

Park So-dam, who returned after a battle with breast cancer, said, "I think I have worried a lot of people. To be honest, there were some parts that were a bit difficult during the recovery process. Even though my emotional flow and physical strength were fine, suddenly the ups and downs were great, like a battery running out. "When I was offered this work, my voice had not fully recovered, but the director told me that I would be able to do it because I had time left, so I gained courage," he said.

He continued, "I had these thoughts as I was coming out of the anesthesia after the surgery. I felt that I had to live better each day from now on, and that each day, which was always given for granted, was so precious and valuable. After my first surgery, I couldn't get out of bed without my dad's help." "I couldn't count it. I became grateful for even the smallest movement of my entire body," he recalled.

Taeyuna, Ten Asia Reporter translated by google