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Ji Chang-wook narrates for Andy Warhol exhibition

2015/05/22 Source

Actor Ji Chang-wook will collaborate with Andy Warhol exhibition.

Ji Chang-wook will participate in 'Andy Warhol Live' exhibition as a narrator. The exhibition will take place from June 6th to September 27th at Dongdaemoon Design Plaza (DDP), Junggu, Seoul.

As a narrator for the exhibition, he will explain the various pieces of information related to the exhibition verbally through his own voice.

Ji Chang-wook's agency told TV Report on May 22nd, "He accepted the offer without hesitation" and "He completed the recording yesterday. He is excited with the project".

This exhibition will display 400 pieces including the photos and self-portrait showing Andy Warhol's childhood and his drawing pieces when he worked as a commercial designer in New York, and silk screen projects between 1960s and 70s during the time he started getting famous as a pop artist.

Ji Chang-wook is currently taking a break while he is reading scripts to select his next project.

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