Ji Chang-wook

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Ji Chang-wook
190920 지창욱 (1).jpg
Ji in September 2019
Born (1987-07-05) 5 July 1987 (age 34)
Anyang, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea
Alma materDankook University – Department of Performing Arts[1]
Occupation
  • Actor
  • singer
Years active2006–present
AgentGlorious Entertainment
Korean name
Hangul
지창욱
Hanja
池昌旭
Revised RomanizationJi Chang-uk
McCune–ReischauerChi Ch'anguk

Ji Chang-wook (born 5 July 1987) is a South Korean actor and singer.[2] He rose to fame for playing the lead role of Dong-hae in daily drama series Smile Again (2010–2011), and had notable lead roles in television series such as Warrior Baek Dong-soo (2011), Empress Ki (2013–2014), Healer (2014–2015), The K2 (2016), Suspicious Partner (2017), Melting Me Softly (2019), Backstreet Rookie (2020), and Lovestruck in the City (2020).

Career[edit]

2006–2009: Beginnings[edit]

Ji began his career in musical theatre. He made his onscreen debut in the 2006 film Days... and had a minor role in the 2008 television drama You Stole My Heart. He officially debuted in 2008 through the film, Sleeping Beauty.[3]

In 2009, he appeared in My Too Perfect Sons, playing the timid, sissy youngest brother who ends up raising his best friend's daughter at just 20 years old.[4] The weekend family drama received over 40% ratings.[5] He then took on a supporting role in the action-comedy Hero.[6]

2010–2012: Rising popularity[edit]

In 2010, Ji was cast in his first lead role in the 159-episode daily drama, Smile Again, playing the role of a Korean-American short track speed skater.[7] Smile Again topped the ratings chart for 15 consecutive weeks, and he was awarded "Best Actor in a Daily Drama" at the KBS Drama Awards.[8][9]

He then played the titular character in 2011 historical-action series, Warrior Baek Dong-soo (2011). Adapted from Lee Jae-heon's manhwa, Honorable Baek Dong-soo, it is an origin story about Joseon-era swordsman, Baek Dong-soo, showing his early years until political intrigue creates a rivalry with his childhood best friend-turned-enemy.[10][11] The series topped in its timeslot for 13 weeks, and Ji received a "New Star Award" at the SBS Drama Awards.[12][13] Later that year, he played the lead role in cable drama, Bachelor's Vegetable Store which is based on the true story of Lee Young-seok, a young man who turned a tiny 350-square-feet vegetable store in 1998 into a nationwide franchise with 33 stores.[14]

On his first antagonist role in the melodrama, Five Fingers (2012), Ji played a pianist who envies his older brother's natural gift for music.[15][16]

Ji returned to musical theater in 2013 with The Days, playing a presidential bodyguard who went missing 20 years ago along with a mysterious female companion. The Days was a jukebox musical using the folk rock songs of Kim Kwang-seok.[17]

2013–present: Breakthrough and overseas ventures[edit]

Ji's breakthrough came through his role as Toghon Temür (also known as Ta Hwan), the 16th emperor of the Yuan Dynasty, in the historical drama Empress Ki.[18] The drama drew solid viewership ratings nationwide throughout its run with an average rating of 35.12%. Ji's portrayal left a strong impression on both the critics and the audience, earning him critical acclaim and recognition.[19][20]

Ji then starred as the titular character in action-thriller television series, Healer (2014-2015).[21][22] After the airing of the drama, Ji became popular in China and other parts of Asia.[23][24] He then took on roles in Mandarin-language dramas such as The Whirlwind Girl 2 and Mr. Right.[25][26]

In 2016, Ji starred as the male lead in tvN's action-thriller The K2, a bodyguard who is betrayed by his fellow countrymen and falls in love with a girl with PTSD and apparent sociophobia.[27] The drama received favorable reviews, topping cable channel viewership ratings throughout its 8-week broadcast.[28] In November 2016, he co-starred in the promotional web-drama series, First Seven Kisses for Lotte Duty Free.[29]

In 2017, Ji starred in the action film, Fabricated City, playing the role of a jobless game addict who becomes a framed murderer.[30] The same year, he was cast in SBS's romantic comedy thriller series, Suspicious Partner, as a prosecutor, which premiered in May.[31]

Following his discharge from military in 2019, Ji was cast in the romantic comedy series Melting Me Softly, where he plays the role of a television producer who finds himself waking up 20 years into the future following an unsuccessful human-freezing project.[32]

In 2020, Ji was cast in the romantic comedy series, Backstreet Rookie, based on a webtoon of the same name. He plays the role of a former public-relations director of convenience stores franchises, who ends up managing his own convenience store.[33] In September, Ji was confirmed to appear in multi-season romantic comedy web series City Couple's Way of Love of Kakao TV, which will depict the real love stories of young people who live fiercely with "another me" in a complex city. The first series Lovestruck in the City was on air on December 22, 2020 and was available for streaming on Netflix.

In April 2021, Ji is confirmed for the drama The Sound of Magic with Choi Sung-eun and Hwang In-youp, which will air on Netflix.[34]

Personal life[edit]

Ji began his mandatory military service on 14 August 2017.[35] He underwent his basic military training at the Army's 3rd Infantry Division at Cheorwon, Gangwon Province.[36] Upon completion, he was awarded a prize for high performance.[37]

Ji was assigned to the Army's 5th Artillery Brigade at Cheorwon, Gangwon Province, to complete the remainder of his military service.[38] He was appointed as a Platoon Leader and promoted to Corporal.[39] He was further promoted to Sergeant. Ji was discharged on 27 April 2019.[40]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2006 Days...
2008 Sleeping Beauty Jin-seo
2009 The Weird Missing Case of Mr. J Sun Gun-man [41]
2010 Death Bell 2: Bloody Camp Soo-il [42]
2011 Confession Short film [43]
2013 How to Use Guys with Secret Tips Hong-jun's brother Cameo
2015 The Long Way Home Nation's armed forces conscription military police [44]
2017 Fabricated City Kwon Yoo [45]
Your Name Taki Tachibana Voice only, Korean dub [46]
The Bros Young Choon-bae Cameo [47]
2021 Restricted Call Jinwoo [48][49]

Television series[edit]

Year Title Network Role Notes Ref.
2008 You Stole My Heart KBS2 Lee Phillip
2009 My Too Perfect Sons Song Mi-poong [4]
2009–2010 Hero MBC Park Jun-hyeong [6]
2010–2011 Smile Again KBS1 Carl Laker / Dong-hae [7]
2011 Warrior Baek Dong-soo SBS Baek Dong-soo [50]
2011–2012 Bachelor's Vegetable Store Channel A Han Tae-yang [51]
2012 Five Fingers SBS Yoo In-ha [15]
2013–2014 Empress Ki MBC Toghon Temür / Ta Hwan [18]
2014–2015 Healer KBS2 Seo Jung-hoo / Park Bong-soo / Healer [52]
2016 The Whirlwind Girl 2 Hunan TV Chang An Chinese drama [25]
The K2 tvN Kim Je-ha / K2 [53]
2017 Suspicious Partner SBS Noh Ji-wook [54]
2019 Melting Me Softly tvN Ma Dong-chan [55]
2020 Backstreet Rookie SBS Choi Dae-hyun [33]
2020–2021 Lovestruck in the City KakaoTV Park Jae-won [56][57]
2022 If You Say Your Wish TBA Yoon Gyeo-ree [58]
TBA The Sound of Magic Netflix Lee Eul [59][34][60]
Mr Right HBS Wang Weian Chinese drama [26]

Web series[edit]

Year Title Network Role Notes Ref.
2014 Kara: Secret Love DramaCube Angel No. 2013, Chun Sa Nam Ep. 9–10: "Have You Ever Had Coffee with an Angel?" [61]
2016 First Seven Kisses Naver TV Himself Ep. 3–4 [29]

Music video appearances[edit]

Year Song title Artist Ref.
2007 "Are You Ready" Lena Park feat. Dynamic Duo
2009 "We Broke Up Today" Younha [62]
2010 "I Have to Let You Go" Young Gun [63]
2011 "Cry Cry" T-ara
2012 "Lovey-Dovey" [64]
"I Need You" K.Will [65]
2013 "That's My Fault" Speed [66]
"It's Over" [67]
Runaway Kara

Musical theater[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2007 Fire and Ice
  • Composed of three short plays: Moon Story, Sandglass, That's Right!
2011 Thrill Me Richard Loeb [68]
2013 The Days Mu-young
  • Jukebox musical featuring songs by late folk-rock singer Kim Kwang-seok.
  • Starred in the musical's first run from April to September 2013.
[17]
Jack the Ripper Daniel [69]
Brothers Were Brave Lee Joo-bong [70]
2014 The Days Mu-young
  • Reprised his role for the musical's second run from October 2014 to May 2015, December 2015.
2016
  • Reprised his role for the musical's third run from August to November 2016 (select performances only).
2018 Shinheung Military Academy Musical Dong-gyu
  • Musical staged by the Republic of Korea Army (ROKA) in celebration of its 70th founding anniversary.

Discography[edit]

EPs[edit]

Year Title Notes Ref.
2016 Be With You Mandarin [71]

Singles[edit]

Year Title Notes Ref.
2011 "Meet-Again Meet Again" track from Warrior Baek Dong-soo OST [72]
"Oh-Sing-Sing-Men Oh Sing Sing Men"
(with Lee Kwang-soo, Kim Young-kwang, Shin Won-ho, Sung-je, and Ji-hyuk)
tracks from Bachelor's Vegetable Store OST
Japanese release
[73]
"Your Warmth"
2012 "Fill Up" track from Five Fingers OST [74]
2014 "To the Butterfly" track from Empress Ki OST [75]
2015 "I Will Protect You" track from Healer OST [76]
2016 "Kissing You" track from First Seven Kisses OST [77]
2017 "101 Reasons Why I Like You" track from Suspicious Partner OST [78]
2019 "When Love Passes By" track from Melting Me Softly OST

Awards and nominations[edit]

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, category, nominee of the award, and the result of the nomination
Award ceremony Year Category Nominee / Work Result Ref.
APAN Star Awards 2014 Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama Empress Ki Nominated
2015 Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Healer Nominated
2021 Backstreet Rookie Nominated [79]
Popular Star Award, Actor Nominated [80]
Asia Artist Awards 2019 Asia Celebrity (Actor) Ji Chang-wook Won [81]
Best Actor Won
Baeksang Arts Awards 2017 Best New Actor – Film Fabricated City Nominated
China TV Drama Awards 2015 Most Popular Actor (Overseas) Healer Won [82]
KBS Drama Awards 2010 Best New Actor Smile Again Nominated
2011 Excellence Award, Actor in a Daily Drama Won [9]
2014 Excellence Award, Actor in a Mid-length Drama Healer Nominated
Popularity Award, actor Won [83]
Best Couple Award Ji Chang-wook with Park Min-young
Healer
Won [84]
Korea's Best Dresser Swan Awards 2016 Best Dressed Actor The K2 Won [85]
Korea Drama Awards 2011 Best New Actor Smile Again Nominated
2014 Top Excellence Award, actor Empress Ki Nominated
MBC Drama Awards 2013 Excellence Award, Actor in a Special Project Drama Won [86]
SBS Drama Awards 2011 New Star Award Warrior Baek Dong-soo Won [12]
2012 Excellence Award, Actor in a Weekend/Daily Drama Five Fingers Nominated
2017 Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Wednesday-Thursday Drama Suspicious Partner Nominated
Best Couple Award Ji Chang-wook with Nam Ji-hyun
Suspicious Partner
Nominated
2020 Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Fantasy/Romance Drama Backstreet Rookie Nominated
Best Couple Award Ji Chang-wook with Kim Yoo-jung
Backstreet Rookie
Nominated [87]
Seoul International Drama Awards 2014 Outstanding Korean Actor Empress Ki Nominated
The Musical Awards 2013 Best New Actor The Days Won [88]

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