Snowdrop Actor Kim Mi-Soo Passes Away At The Age Of 31

Snowdrop Actor Kim Mi-Soo Passes Away At The Age Of 31

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South
Korean
actor
Kim
Mi-soo,
who
featured
in
a
supporting
role
in
the
currently
on
air
K-drama
“Snowdrop”,
passed
away
on
Wednesday.
She
was
31.
Her
agency
Landscape
Entertainment
confirmed
the
news
of
the
actor’s
“sudden”
death
in
a
statement
to
Korean
media
outlet
Star
News.

Kim Mi-Soo

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The
cause
of
death
has
not
yet
been
revealed.
“Actress
Kim
Mi
Soo
suddenly
passed
away
on
January
5.
The
bereaved
family
is
currently
very
heartbroken
due
to
the
sudden
sad
news,” Kim’s
agency
said.

The
agency
also
urged
people
to
refrain
from
spreading
rumours
around
the
actor’s
death.
“We
sincerely
ask
that
you
refrain
from
spreading
rumors
or
speculative
reports
so
that
the
bereaved
family,
who
is
in
shock
and
full
of
sorrow,
can
remember
the
deceased,” the
statement
read.

In
“Snowdrop”,
Kim
played
the
role
of
Yeo
Jung-min,
one
of
the
roommates
of
the
series
lead
essayed
by
girl
group
Blackpink
member
Jisoo.
The
late
actor
also
starred
in
2021’s
hit
K-dramas
like
Netflix
series
“Hellbound”
and
“Yumi’s
Cells”
(Viki).
Kim’s
funeral
will
be
held
quietly
behind
closed
doors
according
to
the
wishes
of
her
family,
the
agency
further
said.

“Please
pray
for
her,
and
we
send
our
deepest
condolences
once
again
to
the
deceased,” Landscape
Entertainment
concluded
the
statement.
“Snowdrop”
is
currently
embroiled
in
a
controversy
at
home
as
several
Korean
netizens
have
accused
the
drama
of
distorting
the
pro-democracy
movement
of
the
1980s
in
South
Korea
and
glorifying
the
notorious
Agency
for
National
Security
Planning.

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JTBC,
the
TV
channel
on
which
the
show
airs
in
South
Korea,
has
repeatedly
denied
the
claims,
before
announcing
days
ago
that
it
will
take
legal
action
against
individuals
spreading
“falsehoods”
regarding
the
series.
Also
starring
“Something
in
the
Rain”
star
Jung
Hae-in
the
lead
role,
“Snowdrop”
is
available
for
streaming
on
Disney
Plus
in
selected
regions.

Original news source Credit: www.filmibeat.com



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