Ji Chang-wook Biography
Birthday: July 5, 1987 (Cancer)
Born In: Anyang, South Korea
Ji Chang-wook is a South Korean actor who first gained fame for his role in 'Smile Again', a South Korean drama series where he played the lead role. He is also known for his role in the South Korean thriller film 'Fabricated City', which was a huge commercial success. After playing small roles in many television series, he played his first major role in 'Smile Again', a South Korean drama series. Directed by Kim Myung-wook and Mo Wan-il, the series was a success and won multiple awards. For his role of a short track speed skater, he had to train around four to five hours at the ice rink every day. Other works that earned him fame include his appearance in the TV series 'Warrior Baek Dong-soo' where he played the lead role. The series won multiple awards. He also played a supporting role in the TV series 'Empress Ki', which earned a lot of popularity worldwide. Undoubtedly one of the most popular actors of South Korea, Ji Chang-wook has won several significant awards throughout his career such as the 'China TV Drama Award' and the 'Annual DramaFever Award'.