Ji Chang-wook becomes son-in-law of a chaebol family
Ji Chang-wook becomes son-in-law of a chaebol family
Actor Ji Chang-wook expressed his feelings about living the life of a farmer and the son-in-law of a chaebol family in Mexico.

On the 20th, a production presentation for JTBC's new entertainment show 'My name is Gabriel' (hereinafter referred to as 'Gabriel') was held at the Stanford Hotel in Sangam-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul. Producers Kim Tae-ho, Lee Tae-kyung, Park Myung-soo, Hong Jin-kyung, Ji Chang-wook, Dex, Gabi, and MC Defconn attended the show.

'Gabriel' is an observational reality show where you live 'the real life of that person' for 72 hours under the name of one of the world's 8 billion people in a place where no one knows you.

Ji Chang-wook lives the life of Pipe, the son-in-law of a chaebol family and an agave farmer, in Guadalajara, Mexico. Ji Chang-wook said, "It's been a while since I did a variety show, and I felt clumsy, and I filmed with an awkwardness rather than an awkwardness. I didn't feel pressured at first, but I was very embarrassed on set. Living someone else's life itself is not easy and information is difficult." “There was nothing,” he confessed his difficulties.

He added, "It was difficult because there was no necessary process of finding the person and making inferences. The work was also very difficult. Producer Kim Tae-ho said he identified each person's personality and matched them, but it was very difficult for me because it was my first time doing it."

Producer Kim Tae-ho explained, "I remember Ji Chang-wook emphasizing throughout the one-hour interview, 'Celebrities must have a hard time, so viewers can enjoy watching them.'" Ji Chang-wook laughed and said, "It wasn't my story, I just said it was usually like that. I resent myself for saying that. It was hard and I worked hard and had fun filming it."

‘Gabriel’ will premiere at 8:50 PM on the 21st.

Taeyuna, Ten Asia Reporter youyou@tenasia.co.kr translated by google