An actor who died after battling colon cancer… “The Outlaws 2” became his last posthumous work?

As it became known that actor Nam Moon-chul, who played Choi Chun-baek in the movie “The Outlaws 2”, passed away last year, the mourning of the audience continues.

“The Outlaws 2” is a movie that depicts the thrilling crime-fighting operation of the legendary detective Ma Seok-do (Ma Dong-seok) and his squad to catch the strongest villain Kang Hae-sang (Son Seok-koo), who dominates Vietnam.


On May 22nd, an article titled “A fact that many people don’t know about The Outlaws 2” was posted. The article contained the fact that actor Nam Moon-chul, who played the role of Chairman Choi Chun-baek in “The Outlaws 2” passed away last year after battling colon cancer.


Born in 1971, the late Nam Moon-chul first started acting in a theater company and made his media debut in 2002 with the movie “Break Out”. Afterwards, he appeared in the films “Another Public Enemy”, “Perfect Number”, “The Night of the Witness”, “The Flu”, “Man In Love”, “Salut D’Amour”, “The Priests”, “The Age of Shadows”, “Believer”, “Money”, “Ashfall” and “More Than Family”. “The Outlaws 2” became his last posthumous work.

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In this movie, Nam Moon-chul played the role of Choi Chun-baek, the chairman of a loan company. The film was scheduled to be released in 2020, but its release was postponed to this month due to COVID-19.

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