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Lee Jung-jae and Cho Seung-woo in "Big Match"

2013/10/31 | 982 views | Permalink | Source

Actors Lee Jung-jae and Cho Seung-woo are starring in the movie "Big Match".

This movie is directed by Choi Ho and was the center of attention in Chungmuro from the beginning.

Lee Jung-jae fell for the scenario and the director when he said he'd do it. He takes on the role of a soccer player turned martial arts fighter.

Cho Seung-woo is his competition and this is his first movie in 2 years after the 2011 "Perfect Game".

Cho Seung-woo has been busy with the drama "The Horse Healer", independent movie "The Peach Tree" and musicals "Headwig" and "Man of Ramancha".

Lee Jung-jae, who was the hottest icon in the 90s starred in movies such as "The Housemaid - 2010", "The Thieves", "The New World" and "The Face Reader". Cho Seung-woo has both fame and stardom. Ticket sales for his movie as well as musicals are selling like mad.

Expectations for this movie is getting higher with the two stars. Clara will also star as one who has a liking to Lee Jung-jae.

Choi Ho claimed fail in the movie "Go Go 70s" but was positively reviewed for the music and youth story. He is expected to create a synergy effect with Lee Jung-jae and Cho Seung-woo.

"Big Match" will start filming at the end of this year.

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