(Photo : Mr. Correct ) Ji Chang Wook makes a fascinating presence in the primary posters and extra stills for his upcoming Chinese drama, "Mr. Right."
On January 26, the production released the initial series of posters for the Korean-Chinese co-production via its reliable account on Sina Weibo.
"Mr. Right" marks the dramatic tv comeback for Ji Chang Wook, following the overpoweringa hit of his portrayal of Park Bong Soo, an intrepid investigative reporter by day and high-priced courier by night, in the KBS2 series, "Healer."
(Photo : Mr. Right ) He experienced explosive reputation alongside Chinese-speaking audiences, following "Healer," which resulted in several key endorsement opportunities and his fresh win at the Tencent App Awards in Beijing, where he was once crowned the maximumsmartly liked Korean Artist of the Year.
In "Mr. Right," a Chinese-language drama which could also be referred to by the name "My Male God," Ji portrays Wang Wei An, the male protagonist who is impacted by eitherexcessive poverty and the atypicalinstances surrounding a conglomerate.
According to a document published by Sports Seoul, Wei An is a personality who conceals his true identity of a tycoon, whilstrunning in a part-time job, in a situation that sounds like a gender-reversal at the 2015 series, "High Society."
Wang Xiao Chen (Good Time, Excellent Times) is Yang Hai Yi, his burgeoning love interest, who is the heiress to a significant corporation. She becomes entangled with Wei An, following a bankruptcyscandal.
In accordance with the Chinese post-production model, "Mr. Right" started filming in November 2015 and is expected to wrap in February 2016.The series is slated to air in spring 2016 and can be broadcast in mainland China.
Ji Chang Wook also stars in the impending Korean film, "Fabricated City." Hypothesis continues to enclose his projects in 2016, as the 28-year-old actor is expected to start his essentialarmy service, ahead of the finish of the year.