‘Deadman’ Cho Jin-woong “The director thoroughly covered the story of the 100 billion won embezzlement case for 5 years”

Jinwoong Cho
Jinwoong Cho

[News Reporter Bae Hyo-joo/Photo by Reporter Pyeong-joong]

Cho Jin-woong expressed his affection for his new work, Deadman, calling it an “attractive scenario.”

Cho Jin-woong introduced his role through a production briefing session for the movie ‘Deadman’ (director Ha Jun-won) held at Megabox Seongsu in Seongdong-gu, Seoul on January 19.

Jo Jin-woong, who played the role of Lee Man-jae, a man who went from being the ace of the barge business world to being falsely accused and became a ‘dead man,’ said, “I try to make a living by doing this and that, but I end up selling my name. “After selling his name like that, he became a fraudster who embezzled 100 billion won,” he explained.

Cho Jin-woong, who said, “It is not an easy role,” said, “At first, I felt it was a very well-made story. “The director did thorough research for about 5 years before making this movie,” he said. “Not many people know that these tragic events actually happen, but it’s a scary thing.” “It will make you more aware that you should never touch this area,” he said.

At the same time, he raised expectations by saying, “The meticulousness of the scenario is fully reflected.”

Meanwhile, the movie ‘Deadman’, which will be released on February 7th, is about a so-called business ace who makes money based on his name, and after being falsely accused of embezzling 100 billion won and forced to live as a ‘dead man’, he is entangled with only one name. It’s a story about tracking people and trying to get back the lives that were stolen from them.

Bae Hyo-joo hyo@ in the news / Pyeong-joong acepyo@

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