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Jung Woo-sung returns from Japan... no more activities for a while

2011/05/15 | 1094 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Jung Woo-sung showed himself at the Seoul Kimpo International Airport on the 15th. Wearing black sunglasses, Jung Woo-sung kept silent all throughout the questions from the press and got a out of the airport.

He had returned from Japan after 8 days for the Fuji TV drama shoot "Good Life". He was to complete 2 weeks in Japan but "Things finished faster than expected so we returned today", says Jung Woo-sung's management chairman Kim Yeon-hak.

"Good Life" is based on the novel "Stickleback" by writer Jo Chang-in. Jung Woo-sung is a leukemia child's doctor and appears from the 6th episode.

Jung Woo-sung has been shocked at the news of Lee Ji-ah and Seo Taiji's divorce. However, he's been gathering himself up again with a trip to Jeju-do with a friend and has been concentrating on work such as a photo collection and "Good Life". He will be preparing for his next work with no special activities for the time being.

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