Ahn Jung-soo (Innocence)

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Ahn Jung-soo
Kong Kyung as Ahn Jung-soo: a young Korean man with black hair in a bowl cut. He's wearing a black suit and tie, and a black band with 3 white stripes around his arm. He has a somewhat blank look on his face.
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Portrayed by Hong Kyung
Appears in Innocence (κ²°λ°±, Gyeolbaek)
Debut
Year 2020

Ahn Jung-soo is a supporting character in the South-Korean crime drama movie Innocence (κ²°λ°±, Gyeolbaek).

Production

Early news about the production described the character as having intellectual disability.[1]

The budget for the movie was in the mid-5 billion won range (about 4 million USD).[2] Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the movie's release was postponed twice.[3]

Autism

Jung-in prepares Jung-soo to testify at the trial

Jung-soo is stated to have "severe autism" in the movie. He is also described as having the intelligence of a 10-year-old.

As a young child, he sustained a head injury after his sister accidentally dropped him. Because of this, their father blames Jung-in for Jung-soo's disability. On the other hand, their mother blames herself for his disability. A doctor says that Jung-soo was born disabled and no one is to blame.

Reception

Hong Kyung won Best New Actor at the 57th Baeksang arts awards for his role as Jung-soo.[4]

References

  1. ↑ Park, Pan-seok (2018-12-19). "홍경, 'κ²°λ°±' μΆœμ—° ν™•μ •..μ‹ ν˜œμ„  남동생 호흑 [κ³΅μ‹μž…μž₯]" [Hong Kyung confirmed to appear in 'Innocence'...Shin Hye-sun's younger brother collaboration [Official statement]]. Osen (in Korean). Retrieved 2024-04-22. "μ •μˆ˜λŠ” 지적μž₯μ• λ₯Ό 가진 인물둜 μ—„λ§ˆλ₯Ό μœ„ν•΄μ„œλΌλ©΄ μ–΄λ– ν•œ 일이든 λ‚˜μ„œμ„œ ν•΄λ‚΄λŠ” 아듀을 λ§‘μ•˜λ‹€."
  2. ↑ https://web.archive.org/web/20210415040902/https://www.mk.co.kr/news/culture/view/2020/04/447478/
  3. ↑ https://www.hancinema.net/movie-theaters-hit-by-coronavirus-resurgence-141395.html
  4. ↑ "Winners Of The 57th Baeksang Arts Awards". Soompi. 2021-05-13. Retrieved 2024-04-22.

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