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Topic - Kwon Sang-Woo
Jackie Chan said he is landing his last punch.
After building a name for himself in the South Korean film and TV industries, Kwon Sang-woo is setting his sights on another booming Asian entertainment market _ China.
Jackie Chan, Andy Lau and a host of Asian performing artists staged a three-hour charity concert in Hong Kong on Friday to raise funds for victims of Japan's earthquake and tsunami.
"My childhood memories are filled with fondness and worship for Chinese entertainers, so I am very happy for this opportunity. Even though there is the language barrier, we share the same emotions," he said.
"This movie marks my first foray into international markets, so I take this movie very seriously," Kwon told reporters.