Oh Chang Hoon from K-pop group One Two has passed away while battling cancer. He was 47 years old.
Sports World reported today that the singer passed away at around 6:30 AM this morning at Kangbuk Samsung Hospital. He had been fighting stage 4 colon cancer and neuroendocrine cancer. He has left this world even after undergoing surgery and being closely monitored.
Oh Chang Hoon debuted in 2003 as part of One Two with Song Ho Beom. Some of One Two’s representative songs include “Now, Hips,” and “Thump Thump (literal translation),” “On a Starry Night (literal translation),” and “Bad Girl ft. Seo In Young (literal translation).”
He has also been active as a music producer since 2010. In 2018, he made a guest appearance on JTBC’s music program Two Yoo Project Sugar Man, sharing updates on his life. In 2019, he got married to his non-celebrity girlfriend.
The funeral hall will be set up in Room 7 of Soonchunhyang University Hospital Funeral Hall. The funeral is scheduled for the 16th at 10 AM, and the burial will take place at Seongnam Crematorium.