Kim Mi-soo, a K-drama actor currently known for the Disney+ series Snowdrop, has died at 30 according to her agents at Landscape Entertainment.

Joongang Daily translated the statement, which read that “The bereaved are deep in their sorrow at the sudden sadness. Please refrain from reporting false rumors or speculation so that the family can mourn in peace.”

Kim’s cause of death is currently unknown.

Kim, whose name is also spelled “Misu,” made her debut in the short Lipstick Revolution, and since acted in several Korean-language films and television series.

Along with her turn in Snowdrop, which garnered controversy for its historical accuracy and depiction of North Koreans, Kim recently appeared in the widely-acclaimed Netflix series Hellbound.

Hellbound became the world’s most-watched Netflix series the day of its premiere, beating the record set by Squid Game only two months prior.

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