Instead of placing the cursor at the end of the line after 'e' to [ynae],
move the cursor to the location of the word/character which zsh
thinks should be corrected.
ref: Debian bug#51640.
I classify this as unlikely to be implemented, because the [ynae] prompts for correction et al. are part of the base shell and operate based on the command line after lexical analysis, whereas cursor placement is a function of the ZLE library which is not always available and which operates on the input text.