Woo-sung Jung-list


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one of the best actors from S. Korea

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1
Daisy 2006,  Unrated)
Daisy
Amazing movie from start to finish, truly wonderful, great story, great acting. For me, until now, this is the best korean movie.
2
The Good, the Bad, and the Weird 2010,  R)
The Good, the Bad, and the Weird
Somewhat predictable story, full of action and fun, with a good cast, good acting,but I was annoyed by some sequences, especially those involving horses,which I'm pretty sure some were hurt badly. Not really necessary with all that technology today.
3
A Good Rain Knows (Ho woo shi jul ) 2009,  Unrated)
A Good Rain Knows (Ho woo shi jul )
Great chemistry between Woo-sung Jung and Yuanyuan, then again Woo-sung has great chemistry with all his partners,not a very demanding part from him, but very effective, he just bring so much appeal to his roles.
Other movie similar to this would be Before sunset, which is superior.
4
Jianyu (Reign of Assassins) 2010,  R)
Jianyu (Reign of Assassins)
Michelle Yeoh plays a formidable assassin that turns her life around when she decides that she's had enough with killing, but her plan does not concur with her former "killing pals".
It's amazing the way Michelle Yeoh looks and moves being so close to 50; the cinematography and the choreography of the fights are beautifully done, but I think the structure of this movie should have been a bit more compact and the story should have gone in a different direction towards the end.
5
Musa (The Warriors) (Musa the Warrior) 2001,  R)
6
Joong-cheon (The Restless) (Demon Empire) 2006,  Unrated)
Joong-cheon (The Restless) (Demon Empire)
In terms of story or acting this doesn't offers much:an impossible love story, very trendy in asian movies, seasoned with some martial arts, but visually was gorgeous, so I watched it till the end because of that. But ultimately an average movie.
7
Sad Movie 2005,  Unrated)
8
Ddong gae (Mutt Boy) 2004,  Unrated)
9
Nae meorisokui jiwoogae (A Moment to Remember) 2004,  PG-13)
Nae meorisokui jiwoogae (A Moment to Remember)
I was expecting a lot of tears, in stead I wasn't moved almost at all, except the last scene. The two main characters are played with charm by beautiful Ye-jin Son and handsome Woo-sung Jung, but I prefer other Asian films with similar theme over this one.
10
Yuryeong (Phantom: The Submarine) 1999,  Unrated)
11
Motel Seoninjang (Motel Cactus) 1997,  Unrated)
12
Born to Kill 1996,  Unrated)
13
Gumiho (The Fox with Nine Tails) 1994,  Unrated)

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