Vice News is reporting that designer and interior designer Boho Interior Design’s founder, Lee Hyeon-young, has died at the age of 84.
Lee was born in Korea in 1932 and studied in New York City.
He moved to the United States in 1959 and started his own interior design firm, Hyeonsui Design, in 1972.
He went on to work on many films, including The Great Escape and The Man from U.N.C.L.E., and he founded the Korean Institute for Design in the late 1980s.
Hyeonseong was known for his innovative design work in Korea and abroad.
He also made some major films in Korea, including Kim Sang-dok, Kim Sang, and Kim Sang Sang: The Movie.
Lee Hyeoon-young died on May 12, 2017, according to the Seoul Metropolitan Government’s office.
Lee’s body was found in a wooded area near his home in suburban Seoul, where he lived with his wife and three daughters.
A representative for Hyeondoo’s family confirmed his death to CNN.
Hyeoon was married for 27 years and had two children with his first wife, who died of lung cancer in 2006.
Lee had four children with her second husband, but he also had a long-term relationship with his third wife.
Lee had worked in Seoul and Hong Kong for 20 years.
He died on the weekend of May 13, 2017.
He’s survived by his daughters and three grandchildren.