Kuming, a YouTuber battling ovarian cancer, says his final goodbye “See you in my next life”

[이데일리 이윤정 기자] Kuming, a 20-year-old YouTuber who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, said goodbye.

Kuming posted on his YouTube channel on the 19th, “The last record in my life. Thank you everyone. A video titled ‘A Week at the End of the Dead’ has been posted, drawing a lot of sadness from netizens.

YouTuber Kuming (Photo = Kuming Instagram).

He said, “I think it would be good to upload the last video, so I leave it.” “I was fine until a week ago, but within a week, my condition has deteriorated a lot, so I think I will be able to live for about a week to a month.” I was happy to buy delicious food and receive support through comments. I will leave a record on Instagram until the end.” Kuming said, “Thank you so much and I think I did a good job on YouTube. Hello everyone. I’ll see you in my next life.”

The 23-year-old YouTuber Kuming’s real name is Solbi Lee. In 2020, I was diagnosed with small cell ovarian cancer, a rare cancer, after I went to the hospital because my stomach was constantly gaining weight and swelling. Since then, she has communicated by posting content on Instagram and YouTube, but in June of last year, she said, “As a result of the examination, she has small cell ovarian cancer, which is impossible to cure, and even the period of life-sustaining from chemotherapy is about 6 months to 1 year. He received chemotherapy,” he said.

In April, he said, “I finished radiation treatment two days ago and had a CT scan, and it spread during that time. On the video, netizens are sending consolation and support by commenting, ‘I hope you can overcome it’.

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