South Korean movie actors died in the year 1982

Here are 2 famous actors from South Korea died in 1982:

Hak-seong Kim

Hak-seong Kim (August 10, 1913 Suwon-November 20, 1982 South Korea) a.k.a. Kim Hak-Seong, Hak-seong Kim or 김학성 was a South Korean cinematographer, actor and film director.

Throughout his career, Hak-seong Kim worked on over 50 films in various roles. He initially started out as a cinematographer, working on films such as "Spring of Korean Peninsula" and "The Flower in Hell." He then went on to become an actor and appeared in several films, including "Nam-hae" and "Sangdo Prison."

Later in his career, Hak-seong Kim transitioned into film directing and made a name for himself with films like "Two Sons (1960)" and "For Freedom (1960)." He won the Grand Prize at the Asian Film Festival for his film "Train to Busan" in 1971.

In addition to his work in the film industry, Hak-seong Kim was also a professor at Dongguk University for a period of time. He was known for being a talented and versatile artist who contributed greatly to Korean cinema during his time.

Seong So-Min

Seong So-Min (November 17, 2014 Paju-November 12, 1982) also known as So-min Seong, Sung So-min or Sung Somin was a South Korean actor.

Seong So-Min began her acting career in the late 1990s, appearing in various television dramas and films. She gained critical acclaim for her role in the 2000 film "Bungee Jumping of Their Own", which earned her a Best Supporting Actress award at the Korea Film Awards. She also starred in the successful television series "My Love from the Star" and "Doctor Prisoner". In addition to her acting career, Seong So-Min was also known for her philanthropy work, particularly for her efforts to support underprivileged children. She passed away in 2014 at the age of 31 due to complications from pneumonia.

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