Film symbol Kang Soo-youn bites the dust at 55

Kang Soo-Youn, a famous celebrity of the 1980s and 1990s who brought back the nation's most memorable acting honor from the Venice film celebration, 

She passed on two days in the wake of experiencing heart failure. She was 55.

The entertainer's family said Kang passed on from a cerebral drain at 3 p.m. at an emergency clinic in southern Seoul.

She had been getting clinical treatment at the emergency clinic in the wake of falling oblivious at her home Thursday.

The entertainment world will before long coordinate a burial service advisory group driven by Kim Dong-ho.

The previous administrator of the leading body of the Busan International Film Festival (BIFF).

Kang was brought into the world in Seoul in 1966 and made her acting introduction for nearby telecaster TBC at age four. 

She featured in various TV series and movies and turned into an unmistakable youngster entertainer in the country.

At age 21, she rehashed herself as a grown-up entertainer winning Best Actress at the Venice International 

Film Festival for her jobs in "The Surrogate Womb" coordinated by I'm Kwon-take in 1987.

With this accomplishment, she turned into the main Korean entertainer.

Won an acting award at one of the world's three most esteemed worldwide film celebrations - - Cannes, Venice and Berlin.

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