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"Accidental Detective" sequel confirmed, Sung Dong-il and Kwon Sang-woo to reunite

2016/03/23 | 805 views | Permalink | Source

A sequel to "Accidental Detective" is coming out soon.

According to various sources, the script of "The Accidental Detective 2: In Action" is currently in the making.

"Accidental Detective" is a movie about a comic book store owner Kang Dae-man (kwon Sang-woo) and a legendary detective named Noh Tae-soo (Sung Dong-il) going on an unofficial joint investigation. The movie was released in September last year and rounded up a total of 2.6 million viewers.

Sung Dong-il and kwon Sang-woo are teaming up once again for "The Accidental Detective 2: In Action". However, although there's still a search for a director, the movie will crank in early next year.

"Accidental Detective" was a highly anticipated movie just for the reason of the two actors collaborating. They also hoped for a sequel.

Will "Accidental Detective" continue its success?

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