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[Video] Main Trailer "Jongno 3rd Street Station Exit Number 2" Speeds Through Everyday Life

2017/11/23 | 165 views | Permalink | Source

As the main trailer for "Jongno 3rd Street Station Exit Number 2" plays in fast-forward, showing the workers going about their daily lives, the X on the clock turns and it really does feel as though nothing could be more mundane. But then one notices the picture frames on the wall playing what happens outside the office, business meetings, daily lives, shopping, loved ones. All of it intermingles with the workers who start to show signs of weariness as the trailer speeds along to the mellow, alternative rock backtrack. I do wonder how this is telling of the story, which is explained to be unfair company practices and one incompetant womans sudden rise to success.

-Yours, Lisa, who isn't particularly won over by this premise yet

"Jongno 3rd Street Station Exit Number 2" (2017)

Directed by Kwon Joong-mok

With Sang Hoon, Son Hakyung, Kim Chan-hyeong, Park Sang-ah, Seo Yeong-joo-II, Kim Boo-yeong,...

Synopsis
Kyunghoon is a company that lays off contractors a month before their year-long contracts end. Why then, does a woman with no visible working skill set become a company hotshot overnight?

Release date in Korea : 2017/12/07

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