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Jung Woo-sung and Lee Young-ja Meet for the First Time in 22 Years

2019/02/14 | Permalink | Source

Actor Jung Woo-sung from the box office-topping movie "Innocent Witness" will guest star on the MBC TV show "Omniscient Viewpoint" on the 16th of February.

"Innocent Witness" is a movie about a lawyer named Soon-ho (Jung Woo-sung) defending a murder suspect whose only witness is a girl with autism named Ji-woo (Kim Hyang-gi).

Jung Woo-sung invited Lee Young-ja to the premiere of the movie and spent time with her after talking about delicious foods and the latest eateries.

Jung Woo-sung and Lee Young-ja are meeting for the first time in 22 years since they starred in a comedy show together in 1997.

Anticipation is high for the TV show "Omniscient Viewpoint", which is coming this Saturday.

"Innocent Witness" directed by Lee Han and starring Jung Woo-sung and Kim Hyang-gi is currently in theaters.

Source : /news.nate.com/view/2...

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