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Lee Jung-jae, Kim Woo-bin to star in Choi Dong-hoon's "Wiretap"

2017/04/04 Source

Actors Lee Jung-jae, Kim Woo-bin, Kim Eui-sung and Yum Jung-ah are starring in Choi Dong-hoon's latest "Wiretap".

"Wiretap" is a film about an intelligent crime investigations team which centers around the 'bugging' system. The movie is directed by Choi Dong-hoon who is famous for the movies "The Big Swindle", "Tazza: The High Rollers", "JEON WOO CHI : The Taoist Wizard" and "The Thieves".

Lee Jung-jae, who is working with Choi Dong-hoon for the third time, takes on the role of Ko Chan-seon, a detective on the intelligence team. He has an eye for crime and quick hands which allows him to conduct cases expertly and is humane in many ways.

Kim Woo-bin is Park Sang-dae, a traffic control officer. He sticks by the rules and dig for one hole only. He finds out the intelligence team's secret plan while tracking down another case.

Kim Eui-sung joins "Wiretap" as detective Oh Hyeong-joo. Yum Jung-ah is the supervisor of the team.

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