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• Other people with the same Korean name (이인성) : Lee In-sung-I ( Male, Production department Scriptwriter )
Goddess Of Fire Jeongi
Goddess Of Fire Jeongi
(Drama, 2013)
불의 여신 정이

Young Im Hae (어린 임해)

Fist of Legend
Fist of Legend
(Movie, 2013)
전설의 주먹

Soo-bin's school day smash (수빈학교 일진짱)

Love Again
Love Again
(Drama, 2012)
러브 어게인

Seo Min-jae (서민재)

City of Damnation
City of Damnation
(Movie, 2008)
유감스러운 도시

Kwang-seob's son, Min-seong (광섭 아들, 민성)

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Cracked Eggs and Noodles" + DVD Giveaway

    When we're first introduced to Dae-gyoo (played by Im Chang-jung), the man is rather...uncouth. As in, Dae-gyoo is telling a woman about how the person he hates more than anyone else in the world is his father, as implicit justification for his handing over a small sum of money to be used for, well, presumably some sort of procedure that would prevent Dae-gyoo from becoming a father. Then he meets In-kwon (played by Lee In-sung), a generally obnoxious child who soon proves to be Dae-gyoo's nemesis as they travel Jeolla province, somewhat inconveniently, without a car,...More
  • "Goddess Of Fire Jeongi", the sync between kid and grown up casts

    2013/07/14, Source
    The sync between the kid and grown up casts in the MBC drama "Goddess Of Fire Jeongi" is unbelievable. A picture of the cast was released on the 15th. The compare and contrast collage of Jin Ji-hee, No Young-hak and Park Gun-tae, the younger cast and Moon Geun-young, Lee Sang-yoon and Kim Bum is fun to see,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Goddess Of Fire Jeongi" Episode 2

    After sifting through the over-simplified, yet messily executed political situation, I found the second episode of "Goddess Of Fire Jeongi" more interesting than the first. As with the first episode, the scenes with the young actors are the most enjoyable to watch. They're the most emotionally poignant. But, the politics bogged the rest of the episode down - it took a while to sift through the mire. The political fieldin this story is a well-known one: princes compete for the crown, supported by different political factions. The fight for power is full of underhanded tactics and deception. In the case of the "Goddess Of Fire Jeongi", the Queen's faction supports her biological son, the youngest prince, and try to get him named as heir apparent,...More

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