Disney+ star Kim Mi-soo dies 'suddenly' aged 29
Kim's agency has asked people to stop spreading rumours around her cause of death
Kim Mi-soo, star of Disney+ series Snowdrop, has died suddenly at the age of 29, leaving her family "grief-stricken".
News of Kim's death was confirmed by her agency Lanscape who said the actor died suddenly.
No cause of death was revealed, but Lanscape asked that people refrain from spreading rumours so her family could mourn in peace.
Lanscape said in a statement: "Kim suddenly left us on Jan. 5. The bereaved are deep in their sorrow at the sudden sadness.
"Please refrain from reporting false rumors or speculation so that the bereaved family, who are in shock and grief-stricken, can reverently commemorate the deceased."
The statement said, as per Kim's family's request, her funeral will be held privately at the Taeneung Sungsim Funeral Home.
"Please wish for Kim Mi Soo to rest in peace, and once again, we offer our deepest condolences to the deceased," the statement concluded.
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Kim, who plays Yeo Jung-min in Snowdrop, is also known for her roles in movies Memories and Kyungmi's World, which were both released in 2019.
She was born in South Korea in 1992 and grew up to find fame as an actress and model.
Kim had also been cast to star in Disney+ drama Kiss Six Sense, which was still filming.
Following news of her death, it's said that filming has been shut down for the day.