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Lee Bum Soo, Shin Hyun Joon, and Infinite’s L Among Others in Consideration for New Drama

Taewon Entertainment, the production house responsible for dramas like “Iris,” “Athena: Goddess of War,” and “Triangle,” will be producing a new drama called “Man With Two Faces.”

The drama will tell the story of a loving father who is also a merciless gangster named Tae Soo. He will run into conflict with his rival Ki Bum, who is the son of the mob boss. Their wives will also be competing with each other in their own league.

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The children of the two gangster families will be a modern-day “Romeo and Juliet” couple, as they develop feelings for each other despite their parents’ rivalry.

Currently, Lee Bum Soo, Jung Joon Ho, Shin Hyun Joon, Infinite‘s L, and Yoo Sun are in consideration for the drama. The casting will be finalized soon, and the drama will go into production right after. A premiere date has yet to be set.

http://www.soompi.com/2015/06/15/lee-bum-soo-shin-hyun-joon-and-infinites-l-among-others-in-consideration-for-new-drama/

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June 15, 2015

Hit comedy ‘Marrying the Mafia’ to get TV makeover

The hit comedy film “Marrying the Mafia” will be made into a drama to begin airing in November, reports revealed Monday. 

The 2002 comedy “Marrying the Mafia,” starring actor Jung Joon-ho and actress Kim Jung-eun, was a big hit in the local cinemas, grossing nearly $30 million. 

Since then, four sequels have been made. 

According to reports citing unnamed officials with the broadcaster MBC, it has been tentatively decided that the drama will be aired from November. 

Like the original, the drama will follow the aftereffects of a marriage between an ordinary man and the daughter of a gangster family. 

For the male lead, Jung and Lee Beom-soo are said to be in talks with the production company. 

By Choi He-suk (cheesuk@heraldcorp.com)

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September 1, 2015

Jung Joon Ho and Lee Ha Jung Show Off Their Cute Son

Source: Soompi

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Actor Jung Joon Ho and TV Chosun’s announcer Lee Ha Jung recently showed off their son.

Lee Ha Jung posted pictures on her Instagram along with a comment saying, “With my love. You make me so happy these days. My son is 18 months old. Almost two.”

In one of the pictures, Lee Ha Jung is smiling holding her son Dong Wook’s hand. He takes after both Lee Ha Jung and Jung Joo Ho. His appearance is a nice balance of lovely features from his mom and dad. He is shown staring into the camera with a cute facial expression.

Another picture shows the couple enjoying a nice, relaxing meal together. The photo captures Lee Ha Jung’s youthful beauty and Jung Joon Ho’s good looks despite his casual attire.

Lee Ha Jung and Jung Joon Ho were married in March of 2011 and gave birth to their son in February of last year.

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October 30, 2015

'Operation Chromite' to pay homage to hidden heroes of Incheon Landing

By Park Sojung

SEOUL, Oct. 30 (Yonhap) -- The upcoming South Korean war film "Operation Chromite" will pay tribute to the little-known heroes of the Battle of Incheon, producers said Friday.

On Sept. 15, 1950, the U.N. and South Korean forces penetrated Incheon, then captured by the North, through an amphibious invasion. That invasion, known as the Battle of Incheon, saved South Korea from the brink of Korean War defeat and played a decisive role in its victory against the North, according to historians.

"Operation Chromite," directed by John H. Lee, will center on a secret intelligence unit that spied on North Korea to prepare for that historic battle.

Director John H. Lee (2nd from right), producer Jeong Tae-won (R) pose with cast members of the upcoming war movie "Operation Chromite" at a hotel in Seoul on Oct. 30, 2015. (Yonhap)

Director John H. Lee (2nd from right), producer Jeong Tae-won (R) pose with cast members of the upcoming war movie "Operation Chromite" at a hotel in Seoul on Oct. 30, 2015. (Yonhap) 

"At first, I thought it would be another war movie, but upon reading the scenario, I realized it's more of a suspense thriller," South Korean actor Lee Jung-jae told reporters at a press conference in Seoul. "I decided to take part because it sheds critical light on the sacrifices made by the intelligence unit and people of Incheon."

Lee will play Jang Hak-su, a South Korean naval captain who spearheaded the spy operation called "X-Ray." A total of 17 soldiers were part of the Korea Liaison Office (KLO), the intelligence unit.

American actor Liam Neeson, who couldn't make the press conference due to a scheduling conflict, will star as the mastermind of the Incheon Landing, U.S. General Douglas MacArthur. South Korean actor Lee Beom-soo will be the villain, Rim Kye-jin, who controlled the North's troops in Incheon.

South Korean actor Jung Joon-ho, who will portray a fictional character that led the Incheon branch of the KLO, echoed Lee Jung-jae's comments, saying the film will document a critical part of South Korean history.

Director John H. Lee discusses his upcoming war movie "Operation Chromite" at a press conference in Seoul on Oct. 30, 2015. (Yonhap)

Director John H. Lee discusses his upcoming war movie "Operation Chromite" at a press conference in Seoul on Oct. 30, 2015. (Yonhap) 

"I wanted to help show our future generations how South Korea came to be and how these hidden heroes played a big part," Jung said.

Lee Jung-jae, meanwhile, dismissed anticipation that "Operation Chromite" will be his big break into Hollywood.

"People ask if this will be my Hollywood break, but I tell them it's Neeson's break into K-movies," Lee said, laughing.

John H. Lee, who directed another Korean War film five years ago, said he'd been wanting to shoot another war movie since "71: Into the Fire," a story of South Korean students who fought in the Korean War.

"I remember thinking after '71: Into the Fire' that I want to film another war movie," he said, "the reason being the unique charm and drama of war films. They capture humanity in its direst situations."

 "Operation Chromite" will open in July 2016.

sojungpark@yna.co.kr

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October 30, 2015

Lee Jung Jae, Lee Bum Soo and More Gather for ′Operation Chromite′

Source: Mwave

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The cast of upcoming film Operation Chromite gathered for a production presentation, held at the Westin Chosun Hotel Grand Ballroom in Seoul on October 30. 

Photo credit: Kim Byung Kwan

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October 30, 2015

'Sweet, Savage Family' Jung Joon-ho's five step transformation

Source: Xportsnews via Hancinema.net

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Jeong Joon-ho's five step transformation has been revealed.

On October 30th, MBC's new Wednesday & Thursday drama, "Sweet, Savage Family" has revealed their teaser poster featuring Jeong Joon-ho's five step transformation.

Jeong Joon-ho, who will live with two different faces in the drama, presents the five step transformation in the poster. Jeong Joon-ho expressed the transformation steps comically that his character Tae-soo goes through daily. When he comes home after finishing his busy work schedule, he took off his suit and changes into a track suit and puts on rubber kitchen gloves to take care of the piled house chores.

PD Kang Dae-seon said, "To summarize the drama, 'It's hard to make a living'" and "I hope the viewers can feel the empathy and find solace in this drama".

The first episode of "Sweet, Savage Family" will air on November 18th.

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October 31, 2015

‘Operation’ remembers the Battle of Incheon

Source: INSIDE Korea JoongAng Daily

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Korea’s upcoming mega-budget film “Operation Chromite” will pay tribute to those who sacrificed and fought during the Battle of Incheon, which broke out shortly after the 1950-53 Korean War.

Operation Chromite refers to an amphibious invasion by UN soldiers on Sept. 15, 1950, at the Incheon port. The maneuver was intended to surprise and push back the North Korean soldiers attempting to take control of the peninsula. Helmed by the famous U.S. general, Douglas MacArthur, the attack played a decisive role in turning the tide of the war in South Korea’s favor. 

“While producing ‘71: Into the Fire’ (2010), I came across records that said 17 soldiers died during the Battle of Incheon,” said Jeong Tae-won, head of the production company Taewon Entertainment, during a rare large-scale press event on Friday at the Chosun Westin Hotel in central Seoul.

“I wanted to make a film about the operation in order to let people know about the heroes that were forgotten by history,” he added.
Director John H. Lee, also known as Lee Jae-han, joined forces with Jeong for the second time after “71: Into the Fire.”

Actor Lee Jung-jae from “Assassination” will play South Korean Navy Lt. Jang Hak-su, who leads the secretive operation, codenamed “X-Ray.” 

“When I first received the screenplay, I was surprised it was more about psychological warfare than being a simple war movie,” Lee said.

“Operation Chromite ended successfully, but I was inspired by the fact that it wouldn’t have been possible if it weren’t for the sacrifices such as those by the [Korean Liaison Office] unit,” he added. 

Liam Neeson, who has made headlines by being cast as Gen. MacArthur, sent a greeting video to his Korean fans, saying that he is “excited to start working on this special film,” which will “honor those who fought for freedom and peace.”

Other actors attached to the project include Lee Beom-soo, who will play an elite North Korean commander, and Jung Joon-ho, who will take on the role of the Korean Liaison Office unit’s leader. 

Korean-Japanese UFC fighter and entertainer Choo Sung-hoon will also participate in the film as a North Korean soldier, marking his film debut. 

The film is slated to be released in the summer of 2016. 

By Jin Eun-soo

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Even when the camera is off, the party still goes on! The crew of <‪#‎MySweetandBloodyFamily‬> have perfect teamwork!

 

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Jung Joon Ho And His Wife Lee Ha Jung Welcome Second Child

Actor Jung Joon Ho and reporter Lee Ha Jung have welcomed their second child!

On June 26, the actor’s agency shared the following statement:

Hello. This is STX Lion Heart.

We would like to relay happy news regarding actor Jung Joon Ho.

Actor Jung Joon Ho’s wife and reporter Lee Ha Jung gave birthday to a pretty baby girl weighing 3.51 kilograms at a hospital in Seoul on [June] 26 around 10 a.m. Both the mother and child are healthy, and [the mother] is currently recovering while being congratulated by family and friends. Actor Jung Joon Ho is also very happy at the joy of a second child.

Actor Jung Joon Ho said through the agency, “I am very happy about the blessing of my daughter’s birth. I will put in full effort into both my family and work with more responsibility moving forward. I sincerely thank everyone who has congratulated us.”

Please send great blessings, and we thank you for the interest and love given to actor Jung Joon Ho.

Thank you.

Jung Joon Ho and Lee Ha Jung got married in 2011 and gave birth to their first son Si Wook in 2014.

Congratulations to the family!

Watch Jung Joon Ho in his most recent drama “SKY Castle“:


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Congratulations to this lovely couple!  

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