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Male - 1962

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"I will move audiences of the digital age with an analogue emotion," -- director LEE Jeong-wook. Director LEE spent every moment of shooting immersed in helping his actors perform. A warmhearted director who was the first in tears while seeing his actors' emotions.

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• Other people with the same Korean name (이정욱) : Lee Jeong-Wook-I ( Male, Editor Director Scriptwriter )
Sympathy for Lady Vengeance
Sympathy for Lady Vengeance
(Movie, 2005)
친절한 금자씨
The Scent of Love
The Scent of Love
(Movie, 2003)
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• Director • Adaptation/Dramatization

No. 3
No. 3
(Movie, 1997)
넘버 3

Outdoor snak-bar boss (포장마차 주인)

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