JUNG Woo-sung: The Star, the Actor, the Artist

Musa - The Warrior

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  • 미녀
  • 로맨스
  • 액션

Korea|2001|155min |

Code Time Theater Rate GV Ticketing
408 7/16  14:30 Korea Manhwa Museum 15
505 7/17  14:00 Bucheon City Hall, Fantastic Cube(1F) 15
408 7/16  14:30Korea Manhwa Museum
505 7/17  14:00Bucheon City Hall, Fantastic Cube(1F)

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The warriors of Goryeo go to the Ming Dynasty as envoys but are marooned in the desert as spies. By chance, they come across the princess of the Ming Dynasty, who has been kidnapped. If they can save her, they can also return to Goryeo.

Program Note

The Goryeo warriors who companied the Ming Dynasty delegation are on their way of banishment for suspicion of being spies. In the meantime, the Ming army is completely destroyed by the Won and only the envoys are left. Choi Jung (Joo Jin-mo), a young general of Goryeo, orders that the delegation should return to Goryeo. Lee Jee-hun (Song Jae-ho), a governor who is dissentient with Choi Jung, predicts his death and liberats his escort, Yeo Sol (Jung Woo-sung) from the state of a slave. The impoverished delegation arrives at a boat and meets with the Won army who kidnapped the Ming Princess Puyong (Zhang Ziyi). Choi Jung changes his plan to save the princess and wants to justify his cause. Meanwhile, Yeo Sol, with his excellent spear skill, faces another crisis due to the death of the governor Lee Jee-hun and her encounter with Princess Puyong. Jung Woo-sung completes Yeo Sol’s action with a simple but powerful skill that accurately hits the opponent with a long spear. Also notable are the use of the camera by Kim Hyung-koo, Cinematographer, and the co-work of the martial arts director Chung Doo-hong, who created the scene of Sapung Valley. (JEONG Ji-hye)



KIM Sung-soo

Born in 1961 and mastered in film production at Dongguk University after earning a bachelor degree in English Literature at Sejong University. Actor Jung Woo-sung, known as Kim’s persona, starred in more than half of Kim’s filmographies starting from 1993 that includes Beat (1997), City of the Rising Sun (1998), Musa-The Warrior (2001) and Asura: The City of Madness (2016).


Tcha Sung-jai

Kim Sung-soo

Kim Hyung-koo

Kim Hyeon

Sagisu Shiro

Production Design
Huo Tingxiao

Jung Woo-sung, Joo Jin-mo, Ziyi Zhang


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