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Tag: Ji Chang Wook

Ji Chang Wook is a popular South Korean actor and singer.

Born on July 5, 1987, he began his career in musical theater and made his onscreen acting debut in the 2006 film “Days…”

He rose to fame playing the leading role of Dong-hae in daily drama series “Smile Again” (2010–2011), and has since had roles in “Warrior Baek Dong-soo” (2011) and “Empress Ki” (2013–2014). Chang wook has headlined the popular television series “Healer” (2014–2015), “The K2” (2016), “Suspicious Partner” (2017) and “Melting Me Softly” (2019), as well as crime-action film “Fabricated City” (2017).

Ji Chang-Wook enlisted in the South Korean military on August 14, 2017 and was discharged on April 27, 2019.

Disney+ unveils their 2024 K-content lineup

Disney+ unveils their 2024 K-content lineup by tccolb Taking a leaf from the Netflix promo guidebook, a new video announcement has come out on Disney+, allowing us a sneak preview into the year’s lineup. It’s actually exciting to see early footage and stills, as many of these shows seem to go behind an iron curtain […]

News bites: November 28, 2023

Oops I was rewriting my comment and deleted the original before I realized it had been responded to. Here’s the revision fwiw: That poster for Knight Flower is fabulous. But dare I ask beanies this question? Ok, I dare. Does the poster suggest to you a COMEDY sageuk? Because it doesn’t to me, and I’m […]

News bites: November 16, 2023

News bites: November 16, 2023 by tccolb Ahn Bo-hyun, Park Ji-hyun SBS announced that their new year lineup will be kicking off with Chaebol x Detective, headlined by Ahn Bo-hyun (See You in My 19th Life) and Park Ji-hyun (Reborn Rich). Slated to broadcast in January 2024, airing weekends, production is in the talented hands […]

News bites: November 14, 2023

News bites: November 14, 2023 by tccolb New character posters have dropped for tvN’s Maestra: Strings of Truth, showcasing our intense quartet: Lee Young-ae (Inspector Koo), Lee Moo-saeng (The Glory), Kim Young-jae (Numbers), and Hwang Boreumbyeol (The Secret Romantic Guesthouse). The music-mystery premieres next month on December 9, following Castaway Diva in the weekend slot. […]

News bites: November 11, 2023

News bites: November 11, 2023 by tccolb Clockwise: Park Hae-soo, Shin Mina, Lee Hee-joon, Gong Seung-yeon, Lee Kwang-soo, Kim Sung-kyun The main cast has been announced for Netflix’s new crime-thriller Karma (previously Ill-Fated Relationship), lining up Park Hae-soo (Narco-Saints), Shin Mina (Our Blues), and Lee Hee-joon (Behind Every Star), along with Kim Sung-kyun (Moving), Lee […]

A second chance at love in Welcome to Samdalri

A second chance at love in Welcome to Samdalri by missvictrix The second teaser for JTBC’s healing rom-com Welcome to Samdalri is here, and they had me at the romantic focus… and the reverse bandaging trope! The drama stars Shin Hye-sun (See You in My 19th Life) as our disgraced heroine who returns to her […]

News bites: November 8, 2023

News bites: November 8, 2023 by tccolb New character posters have been released for MBC’s The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract, featuring our time-crossed bride and groom, Lee Se-young (The Law Cafe) and Bae In-hyuk (Cheer Up). With two weddings to prepare – just a few centuries apart – the fantasy rom-com will be leading […]

News bites: November 4, 2023

News bites: November 4, 2023 by tccolb Rallying us for bumpkin victory, Coupang Play’s Boyhood (previously called Once Upon a Boyhood) released their first poster, with our proud hero Im Shi-wan (Summer Strike) giving his best darn war cry. Also starring Lee Sun-bin (Work Later, Drink Now 2), Lee Shi-woo (See You in My 19th […]

Ji Chang-wook finds a skulking Shin Hye-sun in Samdalri

Ji Chang-wook finds a skulking Shin Hye-sun in Samdalri by tccolb The promos have taken off for JTBC’s Welcome to Samdalri and the first teaser takes us on Shin Hye-sun’s (See You in My 19th Life) walk of shame, retreating back to her hometown on Jeju Island when her career in Seoul goes kaput. But […]

News bites: September 5, 2023

News bites: September 5, 2023 by tccolb The first script reading stills have dropped for KBS’s upcoming weekender Hyo-shim’s Independent Life, showcasing our headstrong heroine UEE (Ghost Doctor) along with the story’s feuding cousins Ha Joon (Missing: The Other Side 2) and Go Joo-won (Haechi). Premiering next week on September 16, the family drama follows […]

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