Ji Chang Wook Balances Action And Drama In New Movie ‘Fabricated City’

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Ji Chang Wook in "Fabricated City" / Photo credits to Hancinema.net

Ji Chang Wook will play the lead role on the upcoming movie “Fabricated City.” The film features some intense action and colorful emotions to attract audiences, according to a report.

Director Park Gwang Hyun of “Fabricated City” shared how the new movie will be different from other dramas of the next-generation action actor. Ji Chang Wook showed intense action acting in dramas “Warrior Baek Dong-soo,” “Healer,” and “The K2.”

“From action, we expect to show a variety of emotions in dramatic situations,” the film director shared.

Ji Chang Wook in "Fabricated City" / Screengrab from heraldcorp.com

In this movie, Ji Chang Wook played the role of Kwon Yoo an unemployed but the best leader in the virtual gaming. He is then framed for murder and his life is turned upside down. With the help of hacker Yeo Wool portrayed by Shim Eun Kyung, he tried to uncover the truth behind the murder case.

The director also revealed that the 29-year-old actor received intense action training at the action school. He also added that he directed the movie by exerting dangerous actions such as wire action, massive car racing and various fighting scenes.

“Here, Ji Chang-wook, who has brought out a variety of emotions to the unbearable anger of knowing the hidden powers, the sadness of losing an important person, He showed great enthusiasm for his works,” Park Gwang Hyun added. "Ji Chang-wook is a very good actor in action and acting. He has a wide spectrum from strong male to young boy, and he is an excellent actor in adaptating to the situation. "

Aside from Ji Chang Wook, other casts include Shim Eun Kyung as Yeo Wool, Oh Jung Se as Public Defender Min Chun-Sang, Kim Sang Ho as Ma Deok Soo, Kim Ki-Cheon as Yeobaekui Mi (beauty of space) and Ahn Jae-Hong as Demolition

Ji Chang Wook’s “Fabricated City” will hit theatres in February 2017.

Source: (1) (translations from Google Translate)