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On Death

By Eugene Kim

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I am... Before I die, I want... When I die, I want... After I die, I want... Four simple prompts, many different answers-- in this podcast, doctor-in-training Eugene Kim interviews noteworthy people of different ages, gender and racial identities, cultures, faiths, and backgrounds to highlight the common threads between us all, by talking about an inevitable aspect of our life-cycle: Death.

Customer Reviews

Incredible stories, Even Better Interviewer

I've been listening to ON DEATH for some time, and I'm consistently impressed by this podcast. We are always treated with incredible stories and narratives, and in a time where we are so divided at times it's important to have these stories.

More impressive at times than the stories is Eugene's innate ability to pull these things out of people. He's an incredible interviewer and delivers information, inspiration, and entertainment consistently. Excellent show!

thought provoking and unique

The beauty of this podcast is that it asks the questions that many are afraid of. Eugene has a knack for bringing awareness to the unique and different perspectives in life and it is wonderful that this can now be shared with the world.


These podcasts give you a glimpse into what we’re all dealing with: the reality, physicality, and truth of death. These are conversations that we’re uncomfortable discussing in everyday conversation, but Eugene presents them in an easily digestible format. His work is raw, real, and relevant.

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