How time flies! Another 23 October has come around again for Ji Chang Wook’s debut anniversary! 2017 marks the 9th year since his official debut in the 2008 movie “Sleeping Beauty,” and even though our Soldier Ji is pretty much out of the limelight for another 566 days, 12 hours, 29 minutes and 10 seconds (not like we’re counting or anything…), we here at The Kitchen would be derelict in not acknowledging such a momentous occasion. So congratulations to Ji Chang Wook for his vast contributions to the entertainment world, and we cannot wait to see you back on our screens after faithfully serving your country. Salute!
Now that the dust has settled, my trial work has calmed down, and we’ve had a chance to breathe a little after Ji Chang Wook has safely enlisted in the military, I think it’s safe to finally post the recap of the “A Film by Ji Chang Wook: Jiscovery History Concert” event. There were many things going on in the 3+ hour-long show, but I tried to capture the highlights of the evening as best as possible. So after going through over 410 pictures, 17 videos, and 5 pages of notes from that evening, please join me below the break for a quite long-winded and image-heavy recap of the night’s festivities!
Guess who turns 31 years old today? Our very own Ji Chang Wook celebrates his birthday on 5 July, and Ji Chang Wook’s Kitchen sends along its wishes for a very happy day, with many more to follow! In addition, 5 July also marks our site’s third anniversary! Woo hoo!!
So in honour of this semi-momentous occasion, we have decided to post our joint review of Wook’s first starring movie, “Fabricated City.” We had been holding off until the movie had its last international premiere, so sit back and read away! (A few spoilers may be sprinkled throughout, so proceed at your own risk!)
Guess who turns 30 years old today? Our very own Ji Chang Wook celebrates his birthday on 5 July, and Ji Chang Wook’s Kitchen sends along its wishes for a very happy day, with many more to follow! This day also marks our site’s second anniversary! Woo hoo!!
We both were racking our brains trying to figure out something special to commemorate this momentous event. For his drama debut 7th anniversary last year (here and here), we posted each of our personal favorite Ji Chang Wook drama characters, so this year we decided to flip that around and suggest what roles we would see Ji Chang Wook take on for any of his future dramas.
We’ve already watched Wook’s on-screen performances as a schoolboy, chef, warrior swordsman, vegetable seller, pianist, Emperor, and night courier. Hopefully soon we will see him portray an unemployed gamer, day-and-night twins, and a yuan wu dao instructor. You may be thinking, “Wow! So many characters have already been added to his career portfolio. What other roles would there be available for him to take on?” Well, fret no more – The Kitchen came up with four different possibilities for your consideration. Read along and see if any of these could also be your picks as well!