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Father to son Kim Jung-tae, cast for movie "Special Investigation HQ"

2011/03/28 | 978 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Jung-tae, who has recently been having happy days with his newborn son, has been cast for the movie "Special Investigation HQ" in follow up of the movie "The Apprehenders".

Being released this May, Kim Jung-tae acts out a comedy in "The Apprehenders" and is looking forward to acting in "Special Investigation HQ" with Sung Dong-il. With his unique charisma, he is an unusual character in detective films and has created a crazy existence in every movie he's been in.

"Special Investigation HQ" cranked in this March 20th and is a crime action film about the detectives who solve a murder case. It is also the third project by the company that produced "The Case of Itaewon Homicide".

Now feeling more comfortable being called 'Ji-hoo's father', Kim Jung-tae conveyed his ambition to become, "A proud father".

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