North Korean actors died in 1971

Here are 1 famous actors from North Korea died in 1971:

Kang Hong-Sik

Kang Hong-Sik (December 9, 1902 Pyongyang-October 9, 1971) was a North Korean actor. He had two children, Kang Hyo-sun and Kang Hyo-shil.

Kang Hong-Sik was a prominent figure in the North Korean film industry during the mid-twentieth century. He started his acting career in the 1920s, appearing in various silent films. Later, he acted in feature films, which included important works such as "The Tale of Chun-hyang" (1941) and "The Flower Girl" (1972).

Kang Hong-Sik was also known for his career as a stage actor. He worked at the National Theater of North Korea, and his performances earned him numerous awards and recognition. In addition to his acting career, Kang Hong-Sik was also a film director and a writer.

Despite political changes and controversies in North Korea, Kang Hong-Sik's artistic legacy continued to be celebrated after his death. His works are still studied in film and theater schools, and his influence is still felt in the North Korean cultural scene.

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