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Different Types of New Hires In Korean Office Dramas

2017/06/27 | 682 views | Permalink

There are many K-dramas with story revolving around the office. Office is where you go to work, to learn the ways of the society, make money, get yelled at by nasty bosses and sometimes even a heart fluttering romance. There are several different dramas we could use for an example but today let's take a look at few of the KBS dramas, and the different type of new hires in the office that added new sparkles to the drama, either it be a good one or a bad one.

 

Diligent type: From "Father is Strange", Byeon Mi-yeong (Played by Jung So-min)

 

Naïve type: From "Producers", Baek Seung-chan (Played by Kim Soo-hyun)

 

Survival type: From "The Queen of Office", Jeong Joo-ri (Played by Jung Yu-mi)

 

Energetic type: From "Chief Kim", Hong Ga-eun (Played by Jung Hye-sung)

 

Foxy type: From "Fight My Way", Jang Ye-jin (Played by Pyo Ye-jin)

 

Perfect type: From "Healer", Seo Jeong-hoo (Played by Ji Chang-wook)

 

Slow type: From "The Sound of Your Heart", Jo Joon (Played by Kim Dae-myung)

 

From these types, you may see the new hires you had to train in your office, or even see yourself in these characters! I must say I was a mixture of the Baek Seung-chan and Hong Ga-eun, Naïve but energetic when I was a new hire! Haha

By. Lily Lee

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