Chun Jung Ha, a South Korean actress best known for guest and supporting roles in Korean dramas, died at the age of 52. She was discovered dead at her house, according to local media sources. She was born on July 22, 1969, in South Korea.
Her low blood pressure was said to be the cause of her death. Her death was also thought to be caused by kidney failure brought about by hypotension. According to news, Ha began her acting career in 1990 after graduating from Hongik University with a master’s degree in history education.
She appeared in several plays while working as a theater and stage artist, including ‘Youth Yechan,’ ‘Rat,’ ‘Japan,’ ‘Gray,’ ‘Wolf Grows Eyeballs First,’ and ‘Happy Young Day.’
She was 52 years old.
In 2006, Ha shifted her focus to the small screen, appearing in the film ‘Coma’ as Hye Young’s (Bae So Yeon) mother.
She’s also appeared in recent Korean dramas such as ‘Mouse Beyond Evil,’ ‘Flower of Evil,’ ‘More Than Friends,’ and the second season of ‘Stranger.’ She also played the Yangsun Care Center manager in two episodes of the hit Korean drama ‘The King: Eternal Monarch.’
Jung-ha left her husband named Mr. Jung Ha and a daughter behind.
She was discovered dead at her house, according to Yonhap News. According to reports, the actress had low blood pressure.
Kidney failure caused by hypotension was identified as the cause of death. Her family had made no statement about her death at the time of writing. Some of her coworkers, including Oh Min Jeong, expressed their condolences following her death.
According to reports, her funeral will take place on April 30 at 7:00 a.m. Korea Standard Time. Ilsan, Seoul, will be her final resting place.