Quick Facts of Ji Chang-wook
|Full Name||Ji Chang-wook|
|Date of Birth||1987 /07 /05|
|Active Year||2006 to Present|
|Online Presence||Wikipedia, twitter, facebook|
Short Description of Ji Chang-Wook:
Ji Chang-Wook is a well known South Korean actor. He rose to fame performing the best performance of Dong-hae in daily drama series Smile Again 2010-2011 and has since led in Warrior Baek Dong-soo in 2011, Empress Ki in 2013-2014, Healer in 2014-2015, The K2 in 2016 and the crime-action film Fabricated City in 2017.
Early Life and Education:
Ji Chang-Wook was born on July 5th, 1987 in South Korean. He rose in birth place. He lives with his family. Additionally, his family always encouraged to progress his career. Ji graduated from Dankook University.
Ji started his career from musical theater. He made his onscreen debut in the 2006 movie Days and had a miniature role in the 2008 television drama You Stole My Heart. He just officially debuted in the 2008 film Sleeping Beauty.
In 2009, he emerged in My Too Perfect Sons, performing the timid, sissy youngest brother who ends up growing his best friend’s daughter while just turning 20 years. The weekend family drama got 40% ratings. He then had a promoting character in the action-comedy Hero.
Chang-Wook was cast in his period comedy starring performance in the 159-episode everyday drama Smile Again in 2010 Playing the performance of a Korean-American short track speed skater, Ji practiced 4 to 5 hours regular at the ice rink.
He acted the titular character in 2011 action historical drama Warrior Baek Dong-soo 2011. The series was number one in its times lot for 13 weeks, and Ji-won a “New Star Award” at the SBS Drama Awards.
In his first villain performance, Ji worked a pianist who envies his adult brother’s natural gift for music in 2012 melodrama Five Fingers. Although new, the act gained much positive attention from fans right away.
In Nov 2016, he co-starred in the promotional web drama named First Seven Kisses for Lotte Duty-Free.
In 2017, Ji led in the action film Fabricated City, acting the role of a jobless sports addict who becomes a framed murderer. In May he was next cast in SBS’ romantic comedy thriller Suspicious Romance, established to premiere. Additionally, Ji played the lead role as a reckless rookie constable along Sol Kyung-gu’s comedy film Two Constables.
Regarding Ji Chang-Wook’s personal life, still, he is single. There is no further information about his personal details yet.