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In 2007, he and Han Ji-min starred in Capital Scandal, a period drama adapted from Lee Sun-mi's novel set in Japanese-occupied Korea. He was cast as the titular Joseon folk hero in Hong Gil-dong, written by the Hong sisters.
Kang said his portrayal was inspired by Stephen Chow, and the fusion-period-dramedy became a TV cult hit.
Then in 2014's Big Man, he played a "good-for-nothing" orphan who is tricked into thinking that he is the long-lost eldest son of a wealthy tycoon's family, when they only want to harvest his heart for a transplant.
In 2010, Kang was sued for breach of contract by his former talent agency Jambo Entertainment.
Later that year, he also starred in Rough Cut, a low-budget film directed by Jang Hoon and written by Kim Ki-duk about a gangster who wants to become an actor and a hot-tempered star who acts like a thug.
Kang stated that he remembered drinking with them but did not remember what happened afterwards.
Kang then reunited with previous leading lady Kim Ha-neul in My Girlfriend Is an Agent, a 2009 action-romantic comedy in which their characters are former lovers and spies trying to conceal their professions from each other.
Afterwards, he played a looks-oriented architect whose eye problem magically causes him to see the homely heroine (played by Lee Ji-ah) as beautiful in The Relation of Face, Mind and Love, a "telecinema" which received a brief theatrical release and a TV run.
Kang Ji-hwan (born Jo Tae-gyu on March 20, 1977) is a South Korean actor.
He began his career in musical theatre, and has since starred in television dramas such as Be Strong, Geum-soon!
Kang had signed with S-Plus Entertainment after asking to be released from his contract with Jambo, which the latter claimed was still valid for eight months.