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Sol Kyung-gu and Ji Chang-wook in "Two Cops Zero: Two Constables"

2014/01/20 | 2780 views | Permalink | Source

Ji Chang-wook has been chosen for the remaining role in director Kang Woo-seok's new movie "Two Cops Zero: Two Constables" with Sol Kyung-gu.

Kang Woo-seok said, "I expect a collision like the one in "Two Cops". Another combination in following the greatest actor Ahn Sung-ki and Park Joong-hoon's combination during the time can be expected. Ji Chang-wook does not only have publicity but his various appeal suits the movie very well".

Ji Chang-wook stood in the title role of the TV drama "Smile, Dong-hae" and has been active with dramas and performances since then. He is currently starring in the drama "Empress Qi" and "Two Cops Zero: Two Constables" will be his first lead role in a movie.

Meanwhile, "Two Cops Zero: Two Constables" is a comedy flick based in the police bureau of the Chosun times.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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