Compared to 2015, there seems to be a distinct lack of editorials featuring Ji Chang Wook this year. To make up for that, his smexiness is out in full force in this pictorial for Harper's Bazaar where he makes casually lounging around in a pair of crown emblazoned pajamas and a blazer look mighty fine and very cool at the same time. This one is so on point in terms of photography, styling and grooming. My favorite outfit might just be that polka dotted pj type suit because of the swagger he is exuding in it. And the hair... his phenomenal head of hair always looks so much better when it's swept up and off that handsome face.
The 29 year old actor is currently lighting up television screens on Friday and Saturday nights as a former soldier turned bodyguard caught up in a web of political intrigue and revenge in the tvN drama The K2. Chang Wook is reportedly receiving over 90 million won (approximately $80,000) per episode which is even more than what Jeon Do Yeon made for The Good Wife, making him the highest paid actor ever in Korean cable history. I would imagine that they're paying for his immense popularity across Asia as well as all the action sequences required of him. I've only seen clips and they look even more intense than what he did in The Healer. The stunts must be taking their toll since he teased that this might be his last action series during the show's press conference. Chang Wook also talked about being raised by single mom in a recent interview. He felt terrible and helpless about how hard she had to work to raise him so his proudest moment came when he was able to pay off the family debt and buy her a house. His filial piety is so sweet. I'm not watching the K2 because neither the genre nor the lead actress Yoona appeal to me. I will probably watch this Harper's Bazaar interview video a few more times... he looks even better in motion and his voice is super swoony. My husband says the same thing about rice that Chang Wook does ha!
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