[Movie] “Fabricated City”: A review by Ji Chang Wook’s Kitchen

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!)

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[Event] Ji Chang Wook wows the crowd in Malaysia for “Fabricated City” premiere (image heavy)

Ji Chang Wook made his first-ever visit to Malaysia on 8 April 2017 in advance of his movie “Fabricated City” 20 April premiere and to assist with the launch of tvN Movies into Malaysia.  As expected, crowds were all over the place to witness his every move at the airport, press conference and red carpet appearance!

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[Magazine] Magazine M, Volume 199, February 2017 issue


Facing a fabricated world, no holds barred like playing a game

Everything was fabricated. In a flash, PC-cafe-regular Kwon Yoo (Ji Chang Wook) was turned into a notorious murderer. Although he screamed “I am innocent” at the top of his voice, what he got in return were only fingers that pointed him as a murderer. Even if he was an ordinary young jobless man, was there a need for him to go through such a thing? “Fabricated City” is a movie that begins with the blood-boiling injustice of ordinary folks who step forth to overturn the world. He is not even Superman or Batman, but Kwon Yoo and his friends have the strength and resourcefulness honed from staying up overnight at the PC cafe. We met up with actor Ji Chang Wook who issues a head-on challenge to a world that reveals its bare face the more you get to know it.

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