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"Hawaii Five-O" Season 7 would be more exciting as another character would be on set. It was recently reported that most of the lead stars including Alex O'Loughlin would be saying goodbye to their fans and viewers. However, it was rumored that "Legend of the Deep Blue Sea" star, Lee Min Ho would be the newest character to be part of set as Detective James Chang died.
Keo Woolford who portrayed the role of Detective James Chang in CBS series, "Hawaii Five-O" died at 49 on November 25. Fans were in dismay that his role as Detective Chang could no longer be seen on its upcoming sequel. Besides, vivid fans and supporters of "The Haumana" director sent their condolences in the grieving Woolford family.
It was recently reported by People that Woolford died on Monday afternoon at a hospital in Oahu, Hawaii. As the news released, it was reported that the actor suffered a severe stroke. Tracy Larrua, publicist of Woolford confirmed the said death. She also stated that Woolford was in the process of finalizing his follow-up film, "The Haumana" 2.
On the other hand, there was news leaked online that Lee Min Ho would be part of "Hawaii Five-O" Season 7. Lee Min Ho is a Korean heartthrob and Best Actor awardee. He is the main star in the Korean TV series, "Legend of the Deep Blue Sea". According to GameNGuide. Lee Min Ho would be joining the cast on the upcoming seventh season of the said Netflix series. Besides, it was rumored that he would take the role as Detective Chang.
There were no confirmations yet from the showrunners if Lee Min Ho would be joining the cast on the upcoming seventh season of "Hawaii Five-O" or would be playing the role as Detective Chang. If the Korean star would be on set for its sequel, surely there would be another great storyline. Twist and turns might possible to happen.