South Korean actors died in Lung cancer

Here are 2 famous actors from South Korea died in Lung cancer:

Kim Mu-saeng

Kim Mu-saeng (March 16, 1943 Seosan-April 16, 2005) was a South Korean actor. He had one child, Kim Joo-hyuk.

Kim Mu-saeng was born on March 16, 1943 in Seosan, South Korea. He started his acting career in the 1960s and appeared in numerous films and TV dramas throughout the 1970s and 1980s. He was known for his versatile acting skills and played a wide range of roles, from supporting characters to lead roles.

Kim Mu-saeng also worked as a theater actor and director, and was one of the founders of the theater company Kkachidong. He was also a respected acting teacher and taught at several universities in South Korea.

In 2005, Kim Mu-saeng passed away at the age of 62 from a heart attack. He was survived by his son, Kim Joo-hyuk, who went on to become a successful actor in his own right. Kim Mu-saeng's contributions to Korean film and theater continue to be remembered and celebrated to this day.

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Akihiko Hirata

Akihiko Hirata (December 16, 1927 Seoul-July 25, 1984 Tokyo) a.k.a. Akihiko Onoda, Hirata Akihiko or Onoda Akihiko was a South Korean actor.

He was best known for his work in the Japanese film industry, particularly in the kaiju films of Toho Studios. Hirata started his career as a stage actor and made his film debut in the film "Drunken Angel" in 1948. He had a prolific career, appearing in over 170 films throughout his lifetime, often playing the role of a police officer or military personnel. Hirata's notable film credits include "Godzilla" (1954), "Mothra" (1961), and "Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster" (1964). In addition to his work in film, Hirata also appeared in several television dramas and was a regular host on the Japanese television program "TV Champion". He was posthumously awarded the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Rosette in 1985 for his contributions to Japanese culture.

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