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[Spoiler] "The Queen of Office" Jung Yoo-mi cries

2013/04/22 | 429 views | Permalink | Source

Jung Yoo-mi connected with the painful fact of today's youth employment.

On the seventh episode of the KBS 2TV drama "The Queen of Office" on the 22nd, Jung Joo-ri (Jung Yoo-mi) tried so hard to become a permanent employee and even did errands like buying cigarettes for the superior.

However, tired of this kind of life, Joo-ri lied to work that her mother had been in a car accident and went for another interview her friend set her up with.

Miss Kim had business to open Joo-ri's computer this day and she found out that Joo-ri was at an interview. Miss Kim rode her bike to Joo-ri and asked her for her password.

Miss Kim looked her up and down and criticized her about her password but Joo-ri said, "What did I do wrong? You say being a permanent worker is being a slave but some people are desperate to be a permanent".

Joo-ri's tears here reflected on the truth of today's youth employment and connected with the viewers.

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