Ji Chang Wook’s first drama after his discharge from the army is amazing! He talks about his challenges in “Melting Me” at the start of its broadcast in Japan, and answers special comments from ELLE!
With the upcoming premiere of “Melting Me” (“Boku o tokashite kure”) scheduled for 23 March on Japan’s Mnet network, Ji Chang Wook sat down with Japanese online magazine Marisol to talk about the upcoming drama and other sundry items. Note: All references to Ji Chang Wook’s prior works will be referred to herein by their Japanese names as referenced in the interview, which was held after his “Waiting For You” fan meeting in Yokohama on 11 January 2020.
As one of its endorsers, Ji Chang Wook attended the Grand Opening of Lotte Duty Free’s newest store at the Nội Bài International Airport in Hanoi, Vietnam on 26 July, 2019. Continue reading
The first week of July. It’s time for the healthy youth Donghae to meet the evening television audiences. The curtains have drawn on the KBS 1TV daily drama “Smile Donghae” that drew a viewership of more than 40% that one can only dream of. We met up with actor Ji Chang Wook (age 24) who says that he is “sad to part with Donghae”.
Intense Attraction: “Thrill Me” Ji Chang Wook and Kim Ha Neul
After its first staging in 2007, “Thrill Me” returns for the fourth time this year. We met up with the two people closest to the lead characters. It’s not simply because they are of the same age as their characters in the musical, but because of their very powerful look of confidence at having made it to the stage, and the wavering look of uncertainty in their eyes about their unforeseeable future. Now at the time where we look at them anew, stands Ji Chang Wook and Kim Ha Neul.
Note: Actor Kang Ha Neul’s birth name is Kim Ha Neul (not to be confused with the actress who shares the same name). Kang Ha Neul is his current stage name.