Ji Chang Wook is at his sartorial best, gracing the cover of Esquire Korea's Men of Our Time issue. This rising star definitely fits that description and his boyishly handsome looks complement all the stylish fashions he models from the sharp three piece glen plaid suit to the urbane tuxedo with tails. The tux look made me recall the drama Five Fingers in which he played a concert pianist who was a little ragey, jealous and even crazy at times. I could never get into that one because of the outrageous level of makjang but I was impressed that Chang Wook was willing to rise to the challenge of a villainous role. There are some actors who seem to play the same characters over and over and he seems like he actually wants to step outside of his comfort zone. Just another reason why I'm a fan. And can we just talk about how amazing he and his hair look here. I'm quite liking the thick soled brogues he is sporting throughout the editorial. They appear to have blue bottoms which is quite cool. A special shoutout to Anouk who now shares my
obsession admiration for him. Enjoy!