Set within the Nineteen Nineties, “The Worst of Evil” is a brand new crime-action drama about an investigation launched to take down a significant cartel based mostly in Gangnam that’s chargeable for unlawful drug commerce between Korea, Japan, and China.
Ji Chang Wook will star as Kang Joon Mo, a detective who undertakes the damaging mission of going undercover to infiltrate the Gangnam Alliance and earn the belief of mob boss Jung Ki Chul. Wi Ha Joon will play Jung Ki Chul, the ruthless chief of the Gangnam Alliance, who clawed his method to the highest of the mob after a painful childhood.
In his post-shoot interview, Ji Chang Wook remarked, “The premise of an undercover investigation might sound commonplace. However as quickly as I learn the script for ‘The Worst of Evil,’ I felt that the drama positively had its personal distinctive shade. I used to be assured that it will be a really new and completely different sort of crime-action drama, with a a lot youthful vibe [than past dramas in the same genre].”
When requested whose belief he hoped to earn in actual life, Ji Chang Wook replied, “The belief of the director and the workers on set. Since this work is created by individuals working collectively, I’m all the time making an attempt to instill belief and convey inspiration.”
As for his expertise working with Wi Ha Joon, Ji Chang Wook shared, “My teamwork with Ha Joon was actually nice. There are variations in our appearing kinds, however we created chemistry between our two characters, who’re positioned in a really dangerous and precarious relationship throughout the story. You’ll be able to safely sit up for it.”
Wi Ha Joon additionally spoke extremely of Ji Chang Wook, commenting, “Seeing [Ji Chang Wook]’s ardour and angle in the direction of the drama, I may clearly see how he was in a position to make it to the place he’s now as an actor. He’s all the time cheerful and mischievous on set, however on the identical time, he takes nice care of everybody. Even on a private stage, he had a constructive affect on me.”
When requested if there have been any similarities between his real-life character and that of his character, Wi Ha Joon responded, “We don’t simply reveal our emotions, and we have now a robust sense of accountability in the direction of our individuals.”
As for a way he determines whether or not somebody is on his facet in actual life, Wi Ha Joon shared, “This isn’t a rule, however one thing that the individuals who all the time keep by your facet appear to have in frequent is that they increase your price and respect you. I’m additionally the kind of one that likes and trusts individuals who aren’t afraid to inform me the bitter fact.”
Ji Chang Wook and Wi Ha Joon’s full interview and pictorial may be discovered within the October problem of Elle Korea journal.
In the meantime, “The Worst of Evil” will premiere on September 27. Try a teaser for the drama right here!
Watch Ji Chang Wook in his earlier drama “If You Wish Upon Me” with subtitles on Viki beneath: