Ji Chang Wook is one of the most admired Korean actors, not just because of his stunning looks but because of his amazing acting skills as well. On the other hand, we cannot deny the truth that his action stunts is absolutely incomparable and extremely impressive about him.
You might have clicked this article because you either do not want to miss any Korean dramas of Ji Chang Wook or you already have fallen for him and want to check out his other sides too! t us all look back on his exciting K-dramas from year 2011 to 2017 and share our feels with each other.
1. Warrior Baek Dong Soo
Warrior Baek Dong Soo is the first historical and action K-drama of Ji Chang Wook as the main character. It is a 29-episode series which started from July 4 to October 10, 2011.
What’s totally exciting about this drama is the personal growth of Ji Chang Wook as Baek Dong Soo. You all will see how he will later on grow as a great warrior with vigilant and matured attitude. However, the barely heart breaking thing about this K-drama is the involvement of Dong Soo in everything and with everyone as it had constantly either confuses or hurts him and the people around him. Although Warrior Baek Dong Soo doesn’t focus that much on romance genre, you all will surely be swayed by the friendship and family matters of this series.
Healer is a mixed action, thriller, and romance genre Korean drama of Ji Chang Wook. It is a 20-episode series which started from December 8, 2014 to February 10, 2015. What’s great about Healer is all of its episodes have something on it that will make you feel nervous, thrilled, in love, and hurt! Ready your heart, mga bes, as you all will experience the roller coaster of emotion while watching this piece.
The heart warming this about this drama is the fact that Ji Chang Wook as Healer may look so brave and strong while he is fighting against his enemies, yet he still has this soft spot especially for Park Min Young as Chae Young Shin. What you all should remember is that Healer doesn’t like being involved in a murder case even though he is totally well-trained here! He only fights and gets his clients’ wants to exchange it for money. Another reason why this series becomes one of the best K-dramas is that both male and female characters here are powerful on their own little ways. Add up the notable acting skills of the actors and actresses which made Healer so solid and a must-watch series.
3. The K2
The K2 blends the action, melodrama, politics, and romance genres with a total number of 16 episodes. It started from September 23 to November 12, 2016 which had been broadcast over 16 different countries.
This Korean drama has an amazing plot, executing various social and personal problems. It is most recommendable to those K-drama fans who love solving logical puzzles of television series as it will surely make you all ceaselessly think with what might happen next. The K2 will leave you all the most important lesson in life, which is to love despite one’s painful background story and imperfections.
Watch out, mga bes, for more breathtaking action scenes and kilig encounters of the two main lead characters!
4. Suspicious Partner
Suspicious Partner is the first mystery-romantic-comedy Korean drama of Ji Chang Wook being district prosecutor. It is a 40-episode series with 30 minutes running time per episode.
What you all need to look forward to this K-drama is how Ji Chang Wook as Noh Ji Wook and Nam Ji Hyun as Eun Bong Hee works together in solving a mysterious case which involves a psychopath murderer. Although the issues presented on Suspicious Partner are really no joke, the story line of this drama has really something fantastic to offer to all of you. Not to mention the heart touching moment when Eun Bong Hee have chosen to be a prosecutor trainee after quitting his taekwondo instructor position. What you shouldn’t miss out on this series is that somehow different but cute role of Ji Chang Wook here among his other dramas.
Out of these four mystery, thriller, and action K-dramas of Ji Chang Wook, which are the ones you already have seen? Above all, what’s your favorite piece among these and why? Share your feels below, mga bes!