Ji Chang Wook to Play Villainous Chaebol in Joo Ji Hoon’s “Five Fingers”

Ji Chang Wook will take on his first antagonist role in upcoming SBS drama “Five Fingers,” starring Joo Ji Hoon. He will play Yoo In Ha, the dashing second-generation chaebol who’s jealous of his naturally gifted older brother Yoo Ji Sang (Joo Ji Hoon). Since his debut, Ji Chang Wook has created a bright and healthy image through his roles in “Sons of Sol Pharmacy,” “Smile Donghae,” “Warrior Baek Dong Soo,” and “Bachelor’s Vegetable Store.” Hence, he’s hoping to increase his versatility by becoming the scheming villain in this new series.

“Five Fingers” is a story about young adults who overcome their tragedies, fulfill their dreams, and find love. The drama is still in the process of casting its actors, and reportedly, T-ara’s Eunjung is a strong candidate for the female lead. “Five Fingers” will replace “A Gentleman’s Dignity” on SBS this August.

Meanwhile, Ji Chang Wook is gaining tremendous popularity in Japan through his dramas and has recently signed with EMI Music Japan.