According to the Focus Projection theory, a focused word projects its focus to a larger syntactic constituent. When a Verb Phrase (VP) has two arguments (e.g., "gave a boy a book"), focus on the verb-final argument licenses focus on the VP. According to the Information Packaging theory of focus applied to Korean, focus on a theme argument licenses focus on the VP. However, production data of Korean focus supports neither theory. Results show that in Korean a VP-initial argument is the most prominent in a sentence with VP focus regardless of the order or the type of the arguments, but is still not as prominent as the VP-initial word receiving narrow focus.