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Jung Woo-sung to Create Joseon Version of "Kingsman" as Director

2019/02/19 | Permalink | Source

Jung Woo-sung is directing a feature film.

According to sources, Jung Woo-sung is directing a movie called "Agent Scholar".

"Agent Scholar" is a Joseon Dynasty version of the Hollywood film "Kingsman" and Jung Woo-sung's company Artist Company is going to be a part of it.

Jung Woo-sung has set out to adjust his schedule for the movie. This is one reason he isn't going to be starring in anything anytime soon.

Jung Woo-sung has made three movies so far; "The Story of S4 and I", "The Killer and the Old Man", and "Three Charmed Lives".

"Agent Scholar" will be his first feature film. In an interview for the film "Innocent Witness", Jung Woo-sung said, "It's a Joseon action film and I think I am good with this genre".

Jung Woo-sung started directing in 2015 and he's been expanding his territory from actor to film maker since then.

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