South Korean actor Na Chul has died at the age of 36.
His death was confirmed by entertainment industry representatives in a Star News Korea report.
It is reported that actor Vincenzo died due to “aggravated health problems” after he was hospitalized after his health “suddenly deteriorated.” However, the cause of death has not yet been confirmed.
Na Chul made his theater debut in 2010 in the play “Anna’s Diary” and continued to play supporting roles in many dramas and films.
In 2021, he took on the role of Na Dok-jin in the Korean mafia drama “Vincenzo,” and last year starred as Gil Soo in “Weak Class 1 Hero.”
He also appeared in “Little Women” as lawyer Oh In Joo Kim Go Eun.
Paying tribute to Chul, Go Eun called him “the best actor of all time.”
“The most amazing man, dad, husband, son and friend,” she added.”
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In his Instagram, his partner in the film “Little Women” Om Ji Won wrote: “Actor Na Chul, thank you for showing us what a good game is. I wanted to see more of your work. to tear.”
Na Chul also starred in the films “Once upon a Time in a Small Town”, “An Outstanding Day”, “Happiness”, “Chirisan”, “D.P.”, “Touch the Heart” and “Stranger 2”.
He also starred in Concrete Utopia, which is scheduled for release later this year. “Concrete Utopia” directed by Um Tae-hwa starring Lee Byung-hong, Park Seo-joon and Park Bo-yeon tells the story of earthquake survivors in the apartments of the Imperial Palace in Seoul.
It is reported that his funeral will take place tomorrow (January 23).