It was accounted for on July 26 that Ji Chang Wook tried positive with COVID-19
Seoul — Awesome news! Entertainer Ji Chang Wook has completely recuperated from COVID-19. OSEN gave an account of August 11 that Ji Chang Wook has totally recuperated from COVID-19 and that the entertainer has continued recording for the Netflix show The Sound of Magic.메이저사이트
A source from Ji Chang Wook’s office, Glorious Entertainment remarked in light of the report saying, “Ji Chang Wook was decided to be completely recuperated from COVID-19, and he has been released from the isolate office. He will get back to [filming] ‘The Sound of Magic.'”
It was accounted for on July 26 that Ji Chang Wook tried positive with COVID-19. His office said that the entertainer had been taking preemptive measures by reliably getting testing for COVID-19. At the point when Ji Chang Wook tried positive, shooting for his show was stopped for a brief time. His co-stars Choi Sung Eun and Hwang In Yeop tried negative, as detailed by Soompi.
Ji Chang Wook resumes recording.
The Sound of Magic is a nostalgic music dramatization about a young lady named Yun Ai (Choi Sung Eun) who turns into a grown-up excessively fast and the strange entertainer Lee Eul (Ji Chang Wook), a grown-up who wishes to be a youngster for eternity. In 2020, Ji Chang Wook acted in SBS’s Backstreet Rookie and Kakao TV’s Lovestruck in the City. Ji Chang Wook is additionally in converses with star in the new dramatization named Tell Me Your Wish (strict title).
Brought into the world on July 5, 1987, Ji Chang Wook is a South Korean entertainer and vocalist. He rose to acclaim for playing the lead job of Dong-hae in the every day dramatization series Smile Again (2010–2011), and had striking lead jobs in TV series, for example, Warrior Baek Dong-soo (2011), Empress Ki (2013–2014), Healer (2014–2015), The K2 (2016), Suspicious Partner (2017), Melting Me Softly (2019), Backstreet Rookie (2020), and Lovestruck in the City (2020).
Ji started his vocation in melodic theater. He made his onscreen debut in the 2006 film Days… and played a minor part in the 2008 TV dramatization You Stole My Heart. He authoritatively appeared in 2008 through the film, Sleeping Beauty./TISGFollow us on Social Media.