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Many have called The K2 a career-defining project for its star, Ji Chang-wook, but the 29-year-old would beg to differ. Indeed, he ran his body ragged for the role of a war mercenary turned into a bodyguard-for-hire, learning Korean, Russian, Japanese and Brazilian martial arts techniques and performing his own stunts, but Ji refuses to consider the moderately successful tvN drama a lifetime achievement.


The role of Kim Je-ha demanded a lot from him, and not just physically: He was in a constant battle of wills with veteran actress Song Yoon-ah, who played Choi Yoo-jin, the presidential candidate’s wife he was hired to protect, and had a melodramatic loveline with Yoon-ah, who took on the role of Go Anna, a lonely, abandoned young woman who grew up isolated from society.


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