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Actor Ji Chang Wook recently took part in an interview after finishing up his latest drama “Healer” on February 10.
Park Min Young, he said, “No, I’m not. But I feel like being asked these kinds of questions is a step that always follows after the completion of a production.” He added, “After I finished ‘Empress Ki’ with Ha Ji Won, everybody kept asking me if we were dating. I had a lot of on-screen chemistry with Park Min Young this time as well. If I’m shooting a love scene with a fellow actress and people ask us whether we’re dating, I think that means we did a great job on our acting.”
Ji Chang Wook received much praise for his role in the “Healer” to which the actor replied, “When I first made my debut, I didn’t think I was talented enough and that led me to think hard about my acting future. I thought about quitting ‘Smile Again’ but when actor Kim Yoo Seok from the drama told me that actors are not gifted, his words helped me a lot.”
The actor said, “Ultimately, an actor is someone who expresses a human being and that human being is an average person just like everybody else. That human being is not special. I found that I just need to work hard in order to express this person that surrounds us everyday.”
Healer introduced me to amazingly talented Ji Chang Wook, impressing me with his multi-faceted portrayals, bringing to life the three personas - the enigmatic Healer, the awkward scaredy-cat Park Bong Soo and the haunted Seo Jung Hoo. His beautifully nuanced performance is a testament of his dedication to his craft, and it is undoubtedly a blessing to viewers that he persevered in the face of his initial doubts. Looking forward to more great things from him.
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Aww. Sounds humble. Can\'t wait for him to act in a new drama. I liked Park Bong Soo
Reading Ji Chang Wook\'s comments reminds me of a news article I read the other day about another Hollywood actor that seems to have chemistry with every actress he works with. This is truly a testament to his acting talent. He did a tremendous job in Healer and he is one of the few actors I will be on the lookout for. Great interview and I also love the reference to Kim Yoo Seok\'s veteran advice.
This guy sure interviews well! He has a way of saying things properly that need to be said. Great actor and from reading his quotes in this article is probably a great communicator.
After I finished ‘Empress Ki’ with Ha Ji Won, everybody kept asking me if we were dating. I had a lot of on-screen chemistry with Park Min Young this time as well. If I’m shooting a love scene with a fellow actress and people ask us whether we’re dating, I think that means we did a great job on our acting.YEAH YOU DID A GREAT JOB;DNT MIND THEM
wow.he is always honest and clever,the answers all are perfect,he doesnt need to say im talent actor,to me YOU ARE THE MOST TALENTED ACTOR THAT I HAVE EVER SEEN PLUS DNT GIVE A SHIT ABOUT PPLE;ABOUT DATING WHOM AND WHERE;AIGOOO;RUMORS ARE ALWAYS THERE
I wish people would focus more on the production and professional aspect of the actor itself, rather than his love life. What I love about Ji Chang Wook is that his answers to interview questions are always thoughtful. I hope he continue to grow as an amazing actor!!! On the side note, I knew he had potential in him the day I saw him in Younha\'s MV Broke Up Today back in 2009!
I like the words of Kim Yoo Seok...it\'s humility and ability to understand and portray another human beings emotions that make a good actor. Some call that talent but, it\'s more emotional honesty and vulnerability. He\'s right.
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