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[HanCinema's News] Ji Chang-wook Does Audio Tour for Seoul Metropolitan Museum of Art

2019/11/29 | Permalink

Starting on November 28th Ji Chang-wook's voice can now be heard at the Seoul Metropolitan Museum of Art. The actor has recorded his voice for a newly opened exhibition about Korean Video Art from the 1970s to the 1990s.

Over 130 pieces of art from over 60 different artists will appear at the exhibition until its close in May 31st of 2020. In response to his work, Ji Chang-wook has commented that he was very nervous to take the job, but that doing so has greatly increased his interest in video art. He expressed hope that his voice would provide for a pleasant experience to patrons.

The Seoul Metropolitan Museum of Art posted a brief interview on Youtube where the actor explains the project. Ji Chang-wook's most recent drama was "Melting Me Softly", his first since finishing his mandatory military service.

Written by William Schwartz

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