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Korean movie opening today 2016/05/20 in Korea

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Korean movie opening today 2016/05/20 in Korea: "What a Good Secretary Wants"

"What a Good Secretary Wants" (2016)

Directed by Kim Hyo-jae

With Kim Do-hee, Jung Won-II,...

Synopsis
"Boss, I am... good?"
The silent secret of the perfect woman.
Genius Consulting is a recruiting company that provides Board of Members of large corporates and professional talents to China. As the original secretary for Joo Yeong-cheol, CEO of the company went on her maternity leave, Ji-won, a new secretary is hired and starts filling the position.
All the employees welcome her who looks sexy at a glance, is capable of doing her job and also has a warm good personality.
On a rainy night, CEO Joo and his new secretary Ji-won have a brief beer break, while working until late at night in the office.

As she leaves the office earlier than him because she does not want to disturb his work, CEO Joo feels a little sorry. She soon gets surrounded by the male employees and has a pleasant and loud conversation with them, when leaving the office, and this makes CEO Joo feel jealous.
One day, when he drops off Ji-won at her house after work, the work relationship turns into something secretive...

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