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Ji Chang Wook Profile, Bio, & Facts

Ji Chang Wook
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Ji Chang Wook (지창욱) is a South Korean actor and singer under Spring Company. He made his debut in 2006 with the film “Days”.

Ji Chang Wook Profile

Stage NameJi Chang Wook (지창욱)
Birth NameJi Chang Wook (지창욱)
OccupationActor, Singer
BirthdayJuly 5th, 1987
Active Years2005–present
Age36 (in 2024)
Zodiac SignCancer
Height182 cm (6’0″)
Weight65 kg (143 lbs)
Blood TypeAB

Ji Chang Wook Facts:

Early Life

– Ji Chang Wook was born in Anyang, South Korea.
– He went to Shinsung Middle and High School.
– He graduated from Dankook University, majoring Theater and Film.

Personal Life

– He is an only child.
– He’d rather see his wife kiss someone else than have his wife see him kissing another person. (TEO)
– He can play the piano.
– His first girlfriend was in his third year of high school.
– He is a Buddhist.
– He would rather play games on the phone than on a computer.
– His nickname during his school days was Scaredy Turtle. (Singles Korea)
– His skin tone is light and bronze skin in the drama THE K2 was created through tanning three times.
– He still lives with his mother.
– He enlisted in the military on August 14, 2017, and was discharged on April 27, 2019.
– Ji Chang Wook’s ideal type is someone fun girl with whom he can communicate well with.
– His mother first opposed the idea of him getting into acting.
– He’d rather be fluent in all languages than be able to talk to animals.
– He wears glasses.
– He can give up Wi-Fi but not his phone.
– His father passed away when he was young.
– He has a pet dog named Kid.
– He has watched Indian movies 3 Idiots, My Name is Khan, Black, and RRR and quite likes them.
– He would choose to go to the past to relive his childhood rather than the future. (L’Official Malaysia)
– He often wears the Captain Cook watch series from Rado.
– He is attracted to characters who have something that he doesn’t but wants to have.
– He is quite athletic as he played football, basketball, and swimming during middle school.
– He wants to travel a lot.
– He usually spends his money on meals and clothes.
– He never forgets to pack his camera, perfumes, and caps when travelling.
– He’d sleep in the middle of nowhere instead of sleeping in a haunted house.
– He prefers cooking rather than washing the dishes.
– He used to take a lot of selfies when younger.
– He doesn’t believe in MBTIs. (GQ Korea)
– He thinks blood type personality is more accurate than MBTI.
– Ji Chang Wook sold all his bikes in 2022 and has a scooter to hang out in the neighbourhood.
-His food delivery order list includes orders from Tteksuntwi Nonhyeon branch or Pelicana Nonhyeon Branch.
– He used to play Diablo.
– He is passionate about resting besides acting. (Netflix K-Content)
– He wants to relive his middle and high school days.
– He would choose reincarnation over living for 500 years.


– Ji Chang Wook started his career in musical theatre.
– He was previously under Glorious Entertainment before joining Spring Company.
– He appeared in many dramas including Welcome to Samdal-ri, Suspicious Partner, Healer, K2, Backstreet Rookie, Lovestruck in the City, and The Worst of Evil.
– He has appeared in movies Fabricated City, Revolver, Hard Hit, The Bros, and Death Bell 2: Bloody Camp.
– He starred in the Chinese dramas The Whirlwind Girl 2 and Mr Right.
– He appeared in T-ara‘s MVs “Falling You”, “Cry Cry”, and “Lovey-Dovey” and KARA‘s “Runaway” MV.
– He is the global brand ambassador of Rado.
– Ji Chang Wook has worked with many popular actresses/idols including Kim Ji Won, SNSD’s Yoona and Choi Sooyoung, and BIBI.
– He has endorsed Armani, Bello.U., Calvin Klein, and MCM among several other popular brands.
– He is currently under Spring Company which he established with his manager.

Likes & Dislikes

– If he can go on a trip, he would go to the mountains.
– He likes to watch movies, particularly thriller movies.
– He loves to exercise and visit  sauna.
– He likes both winter and summer.
– His all-time favorite character of him is ‘Jun-Mo’ in ‘The Worst of Evil’.
– He likes love stories.
– He loves riding bicycles.
– He doesn’t like action scenes.
– He likes listening to Lee Juck and Baek Ye-rin songs.
– He is a big fan of Cho Seungwoo.

Food Preferences

– He loves to eat a lot.
– He really hates carrot.
– He loves to eat jellies.
– His favorite late-night snack is tteokkbeoki and chicken.
– He loves Tteoksuntwi in Nonhyun.
– He likes carbs a lot and his diet mostly contains carbs.
– He always drinks iced americano. (OSEN Kceleb)
– He prefers ice cream over bingsu.
– He chose iced coffee over hot coffee. (Bench)

Personality & Habits

– He wants to be someone who doesn’t bother others.
– He has a shy personality.
– He occasionally searches for his name to look for articles.
– He prefers to stay up late than wake up early.


– On January 26, 2024, His drama “Welcome to Samdalri” released a behind-the-scenes video that contained footage of Ji Chang Wook smoking an electronic cigarette on the indoor set. Due to it being illegal in South Korea to smoke or vape in public places aside from specified smoking areas, the footage started controversy, and the “Welcome to Samdalri” team eventually deleted the scene from its video. His company later issued an apology on his behalf.


– He has won multiple awards including ‘Global Star Award’, ‘Most Popular Actor (Overseas)’, ‘Best Dressed Actor’, ‘Best New Actor’, ‘Asia Celebrity (Actor)’, and ‘Popularity Award’.

Website: 지창욱 / 지창욱 (JAPAN)

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