Jung Woo Sung And Choi Jin Hyuk Collaborate

By Joan MacDonald | July 31, 2013 01:35 PM EDT

Jung Woo Sung
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Choi Jin Hyuk
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This year will see two film collaborations between actors Jung Woo Sung and Choi Jin Hyuk.

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The actors will be co-stars in the film "God's Trick," which begins filming in August. But that won't be the first time they work together. Jung Woo Sung has already directed Choi Jin Hyuk in a short fantasy film for a branded project.

"God's Trick," the film about a professional chess player who makes a comeback also stars Lee Bum Soo, Kim In Kwon and Ahn Sung Ki. Jung Woo Sung is the chess player and Choi Jin Hyuk assists his enemy.

Both Jung Woo Sung, whose film "Cold Eyes" has sold five million tickets at the box office and Choi Jin Hyuk who played the mountain spirit Wol Ryung in the recent hit drama "Gu Family Book" are very much in demand at the moment. So any project that involves both of them is sure to draw attention.

You can see the full story at KdramaStars.com 

 

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