South Korean actor Na Chul, who starred in K-dramas such as Vincenzo and Happiness has passed away. He was 36 years old.
Korean media outlet Allkpop on Saturday reported that the actor died due to ‘’exacerbated health issues”.
Naver, meanwhile, stated that the actor was being treated at the hospital due sudden health deterioration.
Na Chul started out as a theater actor before starring in several TV shows such as Vincenzo, Happiness, Hospital Playlist, and Through the Darkness.
He last starred as Kim Gil-so in the mini TV series Weak Hero Class 1.
K-drama actress Kim Go Eun took to her Instagram page to pay tribute to the late actor.
“The best actor ever #NaChul. The most amazing man, dad, husband, friend,” wrote Goe Eun as translated to English by Instagram.
The two were co-stars in the series “Little Women” (2021) and Tune in For Love (2019).