Because he’s such a cutie that everyone loves since his My Girl days back in 2005 (that’s a long time ago!), it’s almost a waste if I don’t give him an appreciation post. His performance in Scent of a Woman is so great, although what amuses me the most about him in the story is his expressions. I don’t care if it’s Kang Ji-Wook’s expressions, but behind those poker faces, he’s still the handsome man Lee Dong-Wook.
There’s no exact words that could describe my feelings when he’s confirmed to star in Scent of a Woman right after his discharge from army. Plus, his discharge date was on my birthday! That’s an awesome coincidence, at least for me^^ It’s pure satisfaction to see him in a drama as I only watched My Girl from a number of dramas he starred in.
Since Ji-Wook is another chaebol who isn’t that interested in his work, his face is always the same: bored and not amused are the crucial expressions plastered on his face. At times, he’ll show some variations, for instance when he’s introduced to the singer by Se-Kyung.
To think about it, it should be entitled ‘A Kang Ji-Wook’s Collection of Expressions Post’. Ah..I’m still watching and don’t want to spoil myself, so I’ll update this later.