Ji Chang-Wook is one of the most famous names and faces in South Korea, carrying a stellar reputation. This extremely handsome and versatile actor made his debut on-screen with a 2006 movie titled Days. From there, he proceeded to act in a very minor role in You Stole My Heart (2008); however, he made his official debut in the film Sleeping Beauty (2008). Since then, he’s acted in multiple other shows, though his role as Ta Hwan in the show Empress Ki (2013) was what put him on the radar of many people.
Since Empress Ki, Ji Chang-Wook has kept climbing the ladder of fame by showing his extreme versatility and tight group of emotions on TV. He has managed to capture the essence of complicated characters perfectly, and has amazing visuals. Luckily for fans, this heartthrob has also completed his military service in 2019, so they can expect to see his prince-like personality in more dramas.
Ji Chang-Wook has also recently made a comeback with the lead role in If You Wish Upon Me. This show had its first episode release in August 2022, and only has three episodes aired. It follows the story of three broken people trying to make the last wishes of patients in a hospice hospital come true. Looking forward to this comeback, let’s look back on Ji Chang-Wook’s best performances, ranked. 메이저사이트 바카라
Backstreet Rookie (2020)
Directed by Lee Myung-Woo, Backstreet Rookie follows the peculiar and interesting chemistry between a cute store manager, Dae-Hyun (Ji Chang-Wook), and a troublesome employee, Saet-Byeol (Kim You-Jung). Dae-Hyun is presented as a weird, clumsy, but super attractive 24-hour store manager. Ji Chang-Wook displays his talent by showing a flustered nice guy who is just trying to keep his store afloat. Dae-Hyun’s fazed personality shines through Ji Chang-Wook’s facial expressions with the building romance and switched roles between the two leads. For many, this is Ji Chang-Wook’s most lighthearted and comedic drama, with a perfectly developing storyline. 바카라사이트 슬롯게임
Directed by Lee Jung-Sub, Healer is an action-mystery show which takes people into the lives of reporters. The show follows internet reporter Chae Young-Shin (Park Min-Young) and “Healer” Seo Jung-Ho (Ji Chang-Wook), who go on the road to uncover the mystery of an old case. The show has everything, from a good cast, perfect storyline, chemistry, and well-balanced action scenes. Jung-Ho is an intense and witty person, and fans also see a tech-genius/martial artist side of Ji Chang-Wook in this series. The most impressive aspect of his acting is the seamless transition of appearance and aura, from being a fierce fighter at night and a normal man in the day. In many instances, Ji Chang-Wook also shows an extreme range of emotions, which makes the viewers feel what he feels.