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Jung Jae-young in 'Assembly' shows off extreme opposite images

2015/07/06 | Permalink | Source

Jung Jae-young showed off his classy and charismatic look in suit, resembling a character from movie, 'Kingsman'.

KBS 2TV's new Wednesday & Thursday drama, "Assembly" has unveiled the still images featuring the unexpected transformation of Jung Jae-young.

"Assembly" is a humanism politics drama depicting stories set in National Assembly, which have not been dealt much in a drama so far. Jung Jae-young becomes a member of the National Assembly from a tough seashore man fighting hard to bring the illegally fired employees back to their work.

In the revealed photos, Jung Jae-young shows off his classy presence in a suit as a member of the National Assembly while he is wearing a sun bleached fighting activist's red vest in another photo.

However, the suit is another red jacket for Jung Jae-young in the drama as the character as a laborer experienced the painful circumstances caused by wrongful politics. His determined facial expression conveys his strong will to not follow the same path other politicians have been going through.

"Assembly" depicts the cheerful and sincere eventful stories by Jin Sang-pil, who is uneducated yet brave and simple yet righteous assembly man, who used to be a welder.

The drama will begin on July 15th after completion of "Masked Prosecutor".

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