Kwon Sang Woo And Jung Woo Sung Are Putting Some Plan Together In 'Delayed Justice'
Episode 15 of the SBS's drama Delayed Justice revealed Jung Woo Sung and Kwon Sang Woo working together. The drama follows the story of two men representing victims who are altogether accused.
Park Tae Yong And Park Sam Soo Seemingly Making A Plan
As stated by a source from the production staff, Kwon Sang Woo and Jung Woo Sung recreated the bickering relationship between Park Tae Yong and Park Sam Soo from the first moment they met, just like the veteran actors. The filming was refreshing and energetic as it was overflowing with experience.
Moreover, Park Tae Yong and Park Sam Soo are in conference together, putting some plan together in the stills. Park Sam Soo shows his impatience and desire to take action as soon as possible, while Park Tae Yong seems inclined to listen and think things over.
Jung Woo Sung Replacing Bae Sung Woo
In Delayed Justice, Kwon Sang Woo plays a public defender with only a high school diploma named Park Tae Yong. And previously, Bae Sung Woo played an unsophisticated but talented journalist named Park Sam Soo.
Following the DUI (driving under the influence) charges of Bae Sung Woo making him step down from the drama, Jung Woo Sung replaced him in Park Sam Soo's role.
Furthermore, Director Kwak Jung Hwan shared that Jung Woo Sung prepared perfectly for Park Sam Soo's role despite the lack of time and naturally fit into the drama.
The director went on that Jung Woo Sung had reviewed and planned for every detail, including the character's speech, looks, and even the smallest facial expressions. "I think viewers can look forward to his chemistry with Kwon Sang Woo," he added.
On January 8 at 10 p.m. KST, episode 15 of the drama will be airing, and starting episode 17, Jung Woo Sung will begin appearing as Park Sam Soo.
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