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Lee Jung-jae and Jung Woo-sung thinking about a two-top movie

2015/08/31 | 779 views | Permalink | Source

It looks like we'll be seeing Jung Woo-sung and Lee Jung-jae in a two top movie.

Actor Lee Jung-jae met with News N for an interview and said, "Jung Woo-sung and I are talking about a movie. We starred in "There's No Sun" in our 20s together so I we think it's a good idea to star in one in our 40s and then 60s.

"I've always wanted to work with Jung Woo-sung again but it's the schedule that matters. We agreed to do something together if our time allows it".

Jung Woo-sung and Lee Jung-jae starred in the movie "There's No Sun" in 1998. Lee Jung-jae won the Blue Dragon Awards Best Actor for that movie.

Jung Woo-sung was offered a role in a movie by Park Hee-gon. He hasn't made up his mind yet and is considering his options. "Dandong" is about a North Korean spy and is going to crank in next year.

Lee Jung-jae is currently busy with the Korean-Chinese movie "Reversal Day".

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