If you came here thinking this was the website of an actual restaurant, then sorry, you will be finding delicacies of a different kind. 😉
Ji Chang Wook’s Kitchen is your one-stop site for information about the one and only Ji Chang Wook, the actor from South Korea. This blog was created with the aim of making content and information about Ji Chang Wook more accessible and comprehensible for his English-speaking fans around the world.
You will find the various content in the following pages:
Appetiser – To stimulate your appetite, we offer you an introductory course for you to get to know more about us and Ji Chang Wook.
Fresh from the Oven – Zoom in onto the latest news about Ji Chang Wook served piping hot.
Main Course – Tuck in to our specialties — print interviews and videos translated from Korean, Japanese and Mandarin to English by us.
Side Dishes – Miscellaneous offerings.
We’re still thinking about various ways to provide more content, and as such, will be added on gradually. Please be patient!
Ji Chang Wook Kitchen is founded by two fans, cherkell (Soompi, blog, YouTube) and Gabby. Although we do try our best to stay as close as possible to the original meaning in our translations, it is not always possible to accurately capture all the nuances in the Korean, Japanese and Chinese languages, and some terms cannot be directly translated into English. We are also not native speakers, so there may be instances of inaccuracies in translations. We merely hope to use our language skills to help spread the love for Ji Chang Wook. 🙂
Saying that, since this is an English-speaking website, we humbly request that comments on any of our posts also be written in English. Your fellow subscribers will greatly appreciate it!
While we do hope to provide timely and frequent updates, this is not always possible due to real-life commitments. Once again, we seek your kind understanding. If you have any comments or enquiries, you may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Translation is not an easy task, so please respect our efforts by giving due credit if you are sharing our work elsewhere. All content on this blog is for your own personal use, and is not to be copied, reposted, screencapped or otherwise shared elsewhere via social media without express permission. If you wish to share our content with others or translate our content into other languages, please provide a URL link back to the original post on this blog, with proper credits.