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Jung Fook-Sing


Jung Fook-Sing is a minor character featured in Red Dead Redemption.

Background

Jung Fook-Sing is a Chinese immigrant to the U.S who lives in Blackwater.

Interactions

Jung Fook-Sing can be encountered in Blackwater, where Marston can play with him in the town's Saloon. Jung can also sometimes be seen in front of the Blackwater general store talking to Norris Laskey, or smoking outside of the candy store when not playing blackjack, suggesting he might own the store.

Quotes

I take card, yes.
Jung Fook-Sing (taking a card in Blackjack)
Hit please.
Jung Fook-Sing (taking a card in Blackjack)
I stay.
Jung Fook-Sing (staying in Blackjack)
Double down, please.
Jung Fook-Sing (doubling down in Blackjack)
lo meng aa. 攞命啊 (You're killing me, in Chinese - Cantonese)
Jung Fook-Sing (losing in Blackjack)
Hello.
Jung Fook-Sing greeting
No need to get rough, I'll go! Go!
Jung Fook-Sing when threatened
Be quiet.
Jung Fook-Sing when insulted

Trivia

  • Like most Chinese characters in the game, Jung Fook-Sing speaks in the Cantonese dialect of Chinese, hinting at his place of origin in Guangdong province.
  • Jung Fook-Sing (鍾福星) literally means "all the lucky star." Possibly because he mostly wins in Blackjack games.
  • Judging by his attire, he may be a shopkeeper of sorts, though it is unknown what he sells or where he works at. Judging from his appearance around it, he could possibly be the owner of the "Candy store & Bakery" building.
  • Though he mostly flees when threatened or assaulted, he may sometimes draw a Repeater Carbine to defend himself.
  • Like other Chinese characters in Redemption such as Wong Bing and Sam Wah, Jung Fook-Sing wears the traditional Chinese 'Queue' hairstyle.
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