Actor Ji Chang Wook will be featured in the April issue of ’10+Star’ (Ten Plus Star) magazine.
In the pictorial unveiled today, Ji Chang Wook showed his charms by perfectly pulling off both a dandy look and cute look in the recent 10+Star picture shoot.
Ji Chang Wook showed a calm personality during the interview where he spoke about his movie, “Fabricated City,” in which he had his first starring role, “Its performance at the box office was regrettable, but 2.5 million viewers is not a small number. It was left as a very big piece of work.”
He also revealed that he is careful when choosing works. Ji Chang Wook said that when he chooses a project, “I have never ever exclaimed ‘This (project) is definitely okay.'”
The April edition of the 10+Star also includes a personality interview that Ji Chang Wook did for his fans. He revealed that the most memorable gift he has received from his fans recently is a Squirtle Pokémon doll. He laughed, saying “Someone I know even suggested that I open a stuffed toy shop.” Even though he has not been particularly active, he has already held a fan meeting in Taiwan on the 11th, and he said that, to him, his fans are “people that he is so thankful towards till the point that he feels sorry for no reason.”
He came with his dog Kkoma, and he showed good chemistry with Kkoma who unexpectedly ran into the studio, drawing cheers from the staff.
The April edition of 10+Star will feature a variety of on-site photos including a behind-the-scenes cuts that depict the ‘dog lover’ Ji Chang Wook, and is now on sale at various Korean bookstores and online shopping sites.
28 March Update: “10+Star” has unveiled Ji Chang Wook’s unofficial cuts and behind-scenes photos and videos. Ji Chang Wook has been showing the charms of dandyness and cuteness at the same time in the photoshoot, which comprises 20 pages in the April issue.
Ji Chang Wook made his feelings combine easily with his own in the pictorial that was done with two concepts. From posing with the art book to the shrubbery, every time the photographer pressed the shutter, Ji Chang Wook naturally blended with the background, creating his own feeling which led to the admiration of the staff on the scene.