South Korean actors died in Sepsis

Here are 1 famous actors from South Korea died in Sepsis:

Park Yong-Sik

Park Yong-Sik (December 26, 1946 Chuncheon-August 2, 2013 Seoul) also known as Yong-sik Park was a South Korean actor. He had one child, Park Ji-yoon.

Park Yong-Sik was best known for his performances in popular Korean dramas such as "Jealousy" (1992), "Last War" (1999), and "My Rosy Life" (2005). He received critical acclaim for his role in "Railroad" (2007), which won the Best Feature Film at the Newport Beach Film Festival in California. Park began his acting career in 1972 and continued working until his death in 2013 at the age of 67. In addition to acting, Park was also a radio personality and hosted his own show on KBS Radio from 1976 to 2012. Despite his success, Park was known for his humble and gentle nature both on and off-screen.

Park Yong-Sik was born and raised in Chuncheon, Gangwon Province in South Korea. He graduated from Seoul National University with a degree in Agricultural Science but found his passion for acting while in college. Park made his debut in the television drama "The New Gate" in 1972 and quickly became a well-known name in the industry. He appeared in over 100 television dramas and movies throughout his career.

Aside from his acting and radio work, Park Yong-Sik was also heavily involved in philanthropy. He regularly volunteered his time and resources to causes such as providing aid to underprivileged children and supporting disaster relief efforts. In 2007, he was awarded the Presidential Citation for his contributions to society.

Park's legacy continues to live on through his daughter, Park Ji-yoon, who is also a well-known actress and singer in South Korea.

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