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Part of the charm why Korean dramas easily attract viewers is its continuous drive to explore story settings.

While crime, legal and medical stories are staple themes to which Korean dramas have consistently evolved to, a few novelties are worth seeing.

Typically, workplace Korean dramas have its romance tag reputation. However, it has since navigated to unique jobs, and the healing fictional narratives drawn from the character’s profession.

Incidentally, the recent K-Drama seasons have featured series depicting unique kinds of jobs that viewership can indulge to. Hence, the idea for this feature happened.

In case these rare K-Drama character jobs and office-set Korean dramas missed your radar, schedule a time to binge-watch the Korean Dramas in this list.

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Romance is a Bonus Book

Exploring the world of book publication, this refreshing tvN noona-romance treat introduced endearing characters. These are sketches of people working behind the bind pages we read from imaginative minds of writers.

From lessons about women’s strength, individualism and friendship, its ultimate message is finding one’s purpose. Romance Is A Bonus Book has presented a beautiful tale of life and romance, which is honest and reassuring.

 


The First Shop of Coffee Prince

With cute baristas manning a cafe, the aromatic bait is strong for this charismatic male-dominated series. The iconic MBC romantic comedy brims with some familiar narrative bends. These tropes that we are still seeing in trendy dramas such as bickering-turned-romance and flower boy cast.

But it is the satisfying love realization of the hero who struggles reconciling his growing fondness to his office staff whom he thought to be a man, who is in fact a woman, that strengthens the timeless charm of the series.


May Queen

Learning about the shipbuilding industry is a takeaway to this melodrama. Additionally, it features oil exploration and shipbuilding technology.

Just like that historical ship famous for her endurance, May Queen justifies its slow pacing, and just like a mighty ship soaring in the billowing waves, it will give you a serene feeling after.

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Her Private Life

A homage to every fangirl or fanboy, Park Min Young served a character any fan can relate to who balances his passion and regular job. Tidily executed, Her Private Life has an energizing habit of presenting its narrative in a bright light as much as possible.

Park Min Young breathes life to Sung Deok Mi. A museum curator by profession, and a passionate idol fangirl by choice. To keep her job going, she hides her other life as a homepage master and aficionado of idol group member Cha Si An.

Her fangirl life reaches a nirvanic stage when the museum collaborates with the idol to exhibit his art collection. However, a fake relationship she initiated with Ryan Gold to thwart the dating news with her favorite idol that went viral, also hits a no-return moment.

Deok Mi, the fangirl wakes up one day falling in “real love” with Ryan Gold. Hitting the jackpot, the feeling is mutual for the curator and the museum director.


The King of Dramas

With four main players and side characters moving to the riches to rags to riches to happiness kind of story, the audience would feel like member of the production team. They would share the reality, failure and triumph of the King of Dramas.

A drama about making a drama is just piquant. You’d be surprised to find yourself cheering for the production company CEO and the writer in the story.


Personal Taste

Diligently checking all elements of classic rom-coms, the cohabitation love story of a furniture maker and an architect easily enthuses viewers.

Brimming with love and life lessons for women to learn, the heroine provided insights on how focusing on personal dreams should come first before frustrations.


Worlds Within

Stage in television production background, Hyun Bin and Song Hye Kyo painted a heartfelt and realistic love story of two TV drama directors.

Acquainted for a long time, and once lovers, the love pairing journeys to discover why their love is true even then. And why it means to be true even years after.


The City Hall

One of star writer Kim Eun Sook’s early series which wove an affecting love story between two politicians.

Their personal dreams and love fulfillment are drawn engagingly as they pursue their political careers. Kim Sun Ah and Cha Seung Won in one of their best romance dramas as well.


Strong Girl Bong Soon

JTBC’s 5th year anniversary drama Strong Girl Bong Soon has exceeded expectations in raking consistent high ratings during its run.

Not only did we bask in blissful, heart-fluttering moments, but also received some note-worthy life lessons. The series features a female bodyguard with super strength dreaming of becoming a game developer.

She eventually falls in love with the CEO she was tasked to protect.


Baker King | Bread, Love and Dreams

Breaking through the mainstream popularity, Yoon Shi Yoon’s popular drama is a heartfelt masterpiece.

Aside from presenting the world of baking, it also provided lessons about love, relationship and chasing dreams.


Live Up To Your Name

A few lessons about acupuncture plus its well-contrived story made this tvN period drama of Kim Nam Gil and Kim Ah Joong a well-packaged treat.

As medical dramas tend to be thriving on conversations, the acupuncture lessons, and comparisons of old age healing techniques versus contemporary medical treatment are what viewers would most likely gain and learn from this series.


Hospital Ship

What makes this Ha Ji Won starrer fitting to this roster albeit being a medical themed series is how it featured doctors going to remote places to provide treatment and professional advices. Its healing imprint is also ever present.


Baby Faced Beauty

The design competitions, the annoying she-devils-wearing-prada moments, the unfailing optimism of the female lead make this woman-empowering romantic comedy appealing.

Set in the fashion design industry, Jang Na Ra portrays the hardworking heroine, who assumes her sister’s identity, to achieve her dream of becoming a fashion designer.


Do You Like Brahms?

Exploring the world of classical music made this chasing-love-and-dream series an encouraging watch. It slowly burns with captured beautiful messages of finding life’s purpose.


I Do, I Do

A successful and grumpy shoe designer lives an affluent life but thrives on the inversely proportional love and work success idea. After a one night affair with a man younger than her, he ends up joining the company where she works as a shoe designer.

Portrayed by Kim Sun Ah, the heroine of the story presents a woman who confuses romantic relationship to her passion for the craft. She works hard to sustain the pressure in her gracious vulnerability and fierce convictions.  The spotlight was on her and she delivered.


The Good Manager

Nam Goong Min has continuously picked stories that strive for significant meaning. Just like how his accountant role in this lauded KBS series.


It’s Okay, That’s Love

Given that sickness in K-dramaland usually involves amnesia or anything fatal, It’s Okay That’s Love is such a refreshing watch.

A famed fiction writer moves to his house he rented out when his crib required renovation. There he meets two psychiatrists and a psychiatric patient with Tourette syndrome living in the most entertaining and reckless fashion.

The plot’s charm escalates when he succumbs to an inevitable connection to the pretty psychiatrist. Inevitably, romance mutually happen between them.


Black Dog

While school dramas have become a relative staple in the K-Drama seasons the past few years, Black Dog takes on the perspective of teachers in this tvN series.


Let’s Eat

Set in a mouth-watering food backdrop, the franchise drama starred by Yoon Do Joon takes a slice-of-life approach. It focuses on the daily lives of single people living alone. Particularly, it highlights the vibrant life of foodie Goo Dae Young.


Your House Helper

Putting a spin to how house cleaning and organizing is innate to women, the Ha Suk Jin starrer appeals with its underlying message.

In addition to the physical cleaning tips the drama provided, it also presented lessons through giving meaning on the featured house owners’ lives.

Taking a minimalist route, Your House Helper does not make the viewers feel any negativity, yet the positive tone does not make it linger either.


Hotel Del Luna

Powered by amazing cast and of hotel workers who served extraordinary clientele, this Lee Ji Eun and Yeo Jin Goo love pairing delighted many during its run for its impeccable narrative.


Misaeng

While bravely showing the downside of a typical salary man, witnessing the story’s hero unfazed and persevering to work on opportunities regardless of the hurdles, is an encouragement for people who always have work-related inhibitions.

Misaeng is definitely one of the best produced and written drama of all time with its simplicity and amazing depiction of the daily life of the working class. Without frills, it is an inspiring story to watch – for anyone on board and soon to board onto the cruel corporate world.


Jugglers

Displaying the world of secretaries in a detailed way, alongside the embedded personal issues they have to work on, spin the story of Jugglers.

It celebrates career dreams, acknowledging self-worth and finding love. Although it takes the long winding path to clear the simple problem, the sweet direction makes up for it.


The Package

With picturesque France as the designated setting, you will get what you never asked for in this comforting drama about travelers who embark on a premium package French tour.

As the journey unfolds, they reflect on their current life and love situations. All of which resulting in overdue disappointments that need to be forgiven and new beginnings that need to be accepted.


Radio Romance

There are dramas that make you smile even with unnecessary plot bends. Because the narrative knows when to stop with playing safe. Or even when to bounce back after an uncalled for storyline lapse.

Radio Romance guardedly moved to a perceivable curve of fulfilling its romantic promise, and not over-achieving the technicalities of the conflicts that surrounded the love pairing.


Big Issue

Holding its ground well, Big Issue has to thank Han Ye Seul and Joo Jin Moo’s credible portrayals. Giving life to cold and desperate characters, they introduce the world of shutterbugs. Their portrayals somewhat change the way viewers see celebrity paparazzi.


Search: WWW

Headlined by a female-dominated cast, Search: WWW surfs the industry of Internet’s web portal. Amidst the cutthroat competition, the characters tackle personal redemptions, career dreams and building relationships.


Start-Up

Presenting the world of start-up business and innovators, this series is cut perfect for youth aspiring to carve their presence in the business world.


You’re Beautiful

To date, Hong sisters really did a great job in this quirky rom-com traversing the life of fictional Korean idols. That if you watch it several years after, you still find yourself smiling and raving on ANJELL.


Partners for Justice 1 & 2

At the center of this MBC crime-themed series is forensic expert, Baek Beom (Jung Jae Young) who took us to an interestingly drive to forensic science while solving crimes.


Beethoven Virus

An iconic series not to miss, it introduced a world renowned orchestra conductor and classical music enthusiast chasing their dreams and love.


Hot Stove League

Revolving around the people working for a professional baseball team, Nam Goongmin scores a homerun in this well-contrived series that features the non-playing and the playing team who overcame their fears all for sport they all love.


The Great Seer

Obviously not the most modern workplace setting in this list, but if you want to learn about geomancy, face reading and traditional Korean beliefs, this Ji Sung drama is a must watch.

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More Than Friends

Apart from its emotionally captivating unrequited love themed stories, this jTBC series introduced the heroine as a calligrapher and the man she harbored a 10-year romance as a photographer.


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20 Korean Dramas That Take You To Interesting Careers And Workplaces

Part of the charm why Korean dramas easily attract viewers is its continuous drive to explore story settings.

While crime, legal and medical stories are staple themes to which Korean dramas have consistently evolved to, a few novelties are worth seeing.

READ: Best Historical Korean Dramas

Typically, workplace Korean dramas have its romance tag reputation. However, it has since navigated to unique jobs, and the healing fictional narratives drawn from the character’s profession.

Incidentally, the 2019 season has relatively series depicting unique kind of jobs that viewership can indulge to. Hence, the idea for this feature happened.

In case these rare K-Drama character jobs and office-set Korean dramas missed your radar, schedule a time to binge-watch these series.

Romance is a Bonus Book

Exploring the world of book publication, this refreshing tvN noona-romance treat introduced endearing characters. These are sketches of people working behind the bind pages we read from imaginative minds of writers. From lessons about women’s strength, individualism and friendship, its ultimate message is finding one’s purpose. Romance Is A Bonus Book has presented a beautiful tale of life and romance, which is honest and reassuring.

The First Shop of Coffee Prince

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With cute baristas manning a cafe, the aromatic bait is strong for this charismatic male-dominated series. The iconic MBC romantic comedy brims with some familiar narrative bends. These tropes that we are still seeing in trendy dramas such as bickering-turned-romance and flower boy cast. But it is the satisfying love realization of the hero who struggles reconciling his growing fondness to his office staff whom he thought to be a man, who is in fact a woman, that strengthens the timeless charm of the series.

May Queen

May Queen

Learning about the shipbuilding industry is a takeaway to this melodrama. Additionally, it features oil exploration and shipbuilding technology.

Just like that historical ship famous for her endurance, May Queen justifies its slow pacing, and just like a mighty ship soaring in the billowing waves, it will give you a serene feeling after.

The King of Dramas

With four main players and side characters moving to the riches to rags to riches to happiness kind of story, the audience would feel like member of the production team. They would share the reality, failure and triumph of the King of Dramas.

A drama about making a drama is just piquant. You’d be surprised to find yourself cheering for the production company CEO and the writer in the story.

Personal Taste

Korean Romance Dramas

Diligently checking all elements of classic rom-coms, the cohabitation love story of a furniture maker and an architect easily enthuses viewers.

Brimming with love and life lessons for women to learn, the heroine provided insights on how focusing on personal dreams should come first before frustrations.

Worlds Within

Workplace Korean dramas

Stage in television production background, Hyun Bin and Song Hye Kyo painted a heartfelt and realistic love story of two TV drama directors.

Acquainted for a long time, and once lovers, the love pairing journeys to discover why their love is true even then. And why it means to be true even years after.

City Hall

City Hall Korean Drama

One of star writer Kim Eun Sook’s early series which wove an affecting love story between two politicians.

Their personal dreams and love fulfillment are drawn engagingly as they pursue their political careers.

Baker King

Workplace Korean dramas

Breaking through the mainstream popularity, Yoon Shi Yoon’s popular drama is a heartfelt masterpiece.

Aside from presenting the world of baking, it also provided lessons about love, relationship and chasing dreams.

Deserving of the Name

Deserving of the Name

A few lessons about acupuncture plus its well-contrived story made this tvN period drama of Kim Nam Gil and Kim Ah Joong a well-packaged treat.

Baby Faced Beauty

Workplace Korean dramas

The design competitions, the annoying she-devils-wearing-prada moments, the unfailing optimism of the female lead make this woman-empowering romantic comedy appealing.

Set in the fashion design industry, Jang Na Ra portrays the hardworking heroine, who assumes her sister’s identity, to achieve her dream of becoming a fashion designer.

I Do, I Do

Workplace Korean dramas

A successful and grumpy shoe designer lives an affluent life but thrives to the inversely proportional love and work success idea. After a one night affair with a man younger than her, he ends up joining the company where she works as a shoe designer.

Portrayed by Kim Sun Ah, the heroine of the story presents a woman who confuses romantic relationship to her passion for the craft. She works hard to sustain the pressure in her gracious vulnerability and fierce convictions.  The spotlight was on her and she delivered

It’s Okay, That’s Love

It's okay That's love

Given that sickness in K-dramaland usually involves amnesia or anything fatal, It’s Okay That’s Love is such a refreshing watch.

A famed fiction writer moves to his house he rented out when his crib required renovation. There he meets two psychiatrists and a psychiatric patient with Tourette syndrome living in the most entertaining and reckless fashion.

The plot’s charm escalates when he succumbs to an inevitable connection to the pretty psychiatrist. Inevitably, romance mutually happen between them.

Let’s Eat

Workplace Korean dramas

Set in a mouth-watering food backdrop, the franchise drama starred by Yoon Do Joon takes a slice-of-life approach. It focuses on the daily lives of single people living alone. Particularly, it highlights the vibrant life of foodie Goo Dae Young.

Your House Helper

Your House Helper

Putting a spin to how house cleaning and organizing is innate to women, the Ha Suk Jin starrer appeals with its underlying message.

In addition to the physical cleaning tips the drama provided, it also presented lessons through giving meaning on the featured house owners’ lives.

Taking a minimalist route, Your House Helperdoes not make the viewers feel any negativity, yet the positive tone does not make it linger.

Misaeng

Workplace Korean dramas

While bravely showing the downside of a typical salary man, witnessing the story hero unfazed and persevering to work on opportunities regardless of the hurdles, is an encouragement for people who always have work-related inhibitions.

Misaeng is definitely one of the best produced and written drama of all time with its simplicity and amazing depiction of the daily life of the working class. Without frills, it is an inspiring story to watch – for anyone on board and soon to board onto the cruel corporate world.

Jugglers

Workplace Korean dramas

Displaying the world of secretaries in a detailed way, alongside the embedded personal issues they have to work on, spin the story of Jugglers.

It celebrates career dreams, acknowledging self-worth and finding love. Although it takes the long winding path to clear the simple problem, the sweet direction makes up for it.

The Package

Workplace Korean dramas

With picturesque France as the designated setting, you will get what you never asked for in this comforting drama about travelers who embark on a premium package French tour.

As the journey unfolds, they reflect on their current life and love situations. All of which resulting in overdue disappointments that need to be forgiven and new beginnings that need to be accepted.

Radio Romance

Workplace Korean dramas

There are dramas that make you smile even with unnecessary plot bends. Because the narrative knows when to stop with playing safe. Or even when to bounce back after an uncalled for storyline lapse.

Radio Romance guardedly moved to a perceivable curve of fulfilling its romantic promise, and not over-achieving the technicalities of the conflicts that surrounded the love pairing.

Big Issue

Workplace Korean dramas

Holding its ground well, Big Issue has to thank Han Ye Seul and Joo Jin Moo’s credible portrayals. Giving life to cold and desperate characters, they introduce the world of shutterbugs. Their portrayals somewhat change the way viewers see celebrity photographers.

Search: WWW

Workplace Korean dramas

Image credit: tvN Asia

Headlined by a female-dominated cast, Search: WWW surfs the industry of Internet’s web portal. Amidst the cutthroat competition, the characters tackle personal redemption, career dreams and building relationship.


ABOUT THE WRITER

abbyinhallyuland reads and sleeps a lot when she is not traveling. Her calendar reminders are mostly K-Drama broadcast schedules and birthdays of her favorite Korean actors. Promoting K-Drama watching as stress therapy is her life advocacy. She is fond of Spencer Reid, Gregory House, Kenshin Himura, Starwars saga, Haruki Murakami and Hunter x Hunter.

Recommended Korean Dramas: Reply 1988, Nine, Misaeng, Gaksital, Discovery of Love, Because This is My First Life, Descendants of the Sun, My Love from the Star, Healer, Punch, You’re Beautiful, Coffee Prince, Princess Hours, The Greatest Love, Sungkyunkwan Scandal, City Hunter, and The Smile Has Left Your Eyes.

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5 Relatable K-Dramas That Will Motivate You During The Job Search

It’s that time of the year again, but this time, you’re the one in an overpriced graduation cap and gown who has just graduated with a big smile and has no idea what you’re going to do a month from now. A month passes. You’ve turned in over 10 job applications this week and you’re starting to feel hopeless now that you haven’t received a single phone call. As usual, it’s time to go on Soompi for news on the newest K-dramas.

Then it hits you. Those light-hearted, quirky K-dramas where the misunderstood and slightly-tortured third-generation chaebol rescues the poor, hard-working, but bright, kind girl who is just trying to make ends meet are suddenly annoying. Why does she even have the latest smartphone?! Why is he picking out her whole new wardrobe?! What you thought was cute a month ago is now annoying and unrelatable. Maybe it’s because there aren’t enough chaebols to go around or maybe it’s because adulting is too hard. Maybe you don’t even want a chaebol. Maybe all you want right now is a decent paying job that you are passionate about.

Whatever it may be, here are five fun, relatable K-dramas that will motivate us to not give up on our dreams no matter how hard job hunting gets. These dramas offer fresh, positive, and inspirational stories of what it means to be in your 20s and how priorities and career goals change over time. Take a deep breath and let’s get started on making your week better!

“Go Back Couple”

Right off the bat, we learn that happily-ever-afters are shattered by the grim reality of late utility bills, endless chores, miscommunication, zero work-life balance, and the death of a loved one. Doesn’t this already sound familiar and realistic? The grass really isn’t greener on the other side. College sweethearts Choi Ban Do (Son Ho Jun) and Ma Jin Joo (Jang Na Ra) are now overworked, jaded, lonely 38-year-olds who have realized that their careers and marriage didn’t turn out the way they had planned. They decide to break up only to time-travel 20 years into the past — back to their glory days at college in 1999.

As we watch Ban Do and Jin Joo experience college again and try their best to avoid one another, we also think fondly of our university days and realize how good we had it. Just like Jin Joo, we get caught up in the rush of everyday life and forget to cherish our loved ones and appreciate the little things. Take things one day at a time. Our dreams and priorities will change as we get older and wiser — and that’s alright.

Catch the first episode of “Go Back Couple”:

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“I Am Not A Robot”

There’s a chaebol in this hilarious, unconventional drama, but the heroine isn’t your typical helpless girl with a heart of gold. Jo Ji Ah (Chae Soo Bin) may be poor, but she is a strong, independent entrepreneur who believes in her unsuccessful inventions and wants to start her own business.

Like many of us, Ji Ah wants to be her own boss and to be taken seriously by her family. Pressured by her brother to get a normal 9-to-5 office job and pay off her loans, Ji Ah gets roped into pretending to be a robot named Aji 3. As the sassy, disobedient robot Aji 3, Ji Ah helps her master, Kim Min Kyu (Yoo Seung Ho), overcome his allergy to humans and learn to trust people again.

Ji Ah’s relentless pursuit of her dream and her kindness to Min Kyu reminds us to believe in ourselves or no one will. We shouldn’t look for approval from others or give up on our dreams just because they’re unconventional.

Catch the first episode of “I Am Not A Robot”:

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“She Was Pretty”

Whether we like it or not, looks tend to matter in a competitive job market. The title of this drama signifies the importance of beauty in a materialistic, superficial world and the physical transformation of Kim Hye Jin (Hwang Jung Eum) and her first love Ji Sung Joon (Park Seo Joon). In fifth grade, Hye Jin was the popular, pretty girl who was the only one genuinely kind to Sung Joon, an overweight and shy nerd. When Sung Joon returns as a handsome, successful fashion magazine editor 15 years later, he doesn’t recognize Hye Jin due to her skin condition. Dismayed and disappointed, Hye Jin asks her best friend to meet Sung Joon in her place, but things get complicated once Hye Jin is assigned to be Sung Joon’s new intern.

We cheer for Hye Jin as she picks up new skills, builds up her self-esteem, and learns to embrace her quirkiness. This reversal in fate reveals how one’s character shouldn’t be determined by physical beauty nor should success be determined by wealth and social status, and it’s inspiring to watch Hye Jin work hard at her job in order to break stereotypes and to prove herself. We’ve all been overlooked or unappreciated before but look on the bright side: hard work always pays off. Your effort and perseverance will lead to more opportunities.

Catch the first episode of “She Was Pretty”:

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“Chief Kim”

“Chief Kim” is outrageously funny and definitely not your typical office drama. Strange, unpredictable, and brilliant, Kim Sung Ryong (Namgoong Min) is a talented accountant who works for gangsters and always tries to scam his employers. He becomes the manager at a top company only to learn that the chairman wants to use him as a scapegoat for accounting fraud. Chief Kim ultimately realizes how much his new eccentric employees are suffering due to the corrupt chairman and decides to fight for justice by exposing the chairman’s embezzlement.

Of course, it’s disheartening — and relatable — to see how Chief Kim and his employees constantly work overtime, don’t get credit for their hard work, and become the scapegoats whenever something goes wrong. But there are also many scenes of heartwarming everyday office life and unlikely friendships. (Chief Kim is that loyal leader we all want to have on our team!) Not to mention, the rivalry — or bromance — between Kim Sung Ryong and his nemesis Director Seo Yool (2PM’s Lee Junho) is a must-watch and a popular favorite among K-drama fans.

What is “Chief Kim” doing on this list instead of “Incomplete Life” (a.k.a. “Misaeng“)? You can always watch “Misaeng” for its slice-of-life office drama or you can simply enjoy them both!

Catch the first episode of “Chief Kim”: 

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“Fight My Way”

Dreams change over time. Where you end up in your career might not be imaginable or realistic to the 10-year-old you. In “Fight My Way,” four friends deal with uncertainty and failure in their late 20s, something I’m sure we can all relate to in some way. In particular, Dong Man, a has-been national taekwondo champion, decides to train with his old coach again while Ae Ra pursues her lifelong dream of becoming an announcer. The Crazy Fantastic Four — Choi Ae Ra (Kim Ji Won), Ko Dong Man (Park Seo Joon), Baek Seol Hee (Song Ha Yoon), and Kim Joo Man (Ahn Jae Hong) — don’t have the right qualifications like most recent college graduates, but their friendship and persistence help them overcome obstacles in their careers. Their stories remind us to keep fighting for our dreams and to keep putting ourselves out there.

Here are some things you just can’t miss:

  • Shirtless Dong Man (Park Seo Joon) fighting off enemies.
  • Ae Ra’s unbearable cuteness (aeygo) and crazy antics.
  • Relatable quotes about dreams and work.
  • The cutest flashbacks to Ae Ra and Dong Man as kids.

Watch these messy dorks and childhood best friends deal with everything life throws at them. Be proud of who you are right now and ignore all the petty haters like Ae Ra.

Catch the first episode of “Fight My Way”: 

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Hang in there!

Choi Ae Ra is right about how having horrible qualifications and little to no wealth or connections makes it very difficult to find a decent job. It’s unfair, but that doesn’t mean you should quit. You have to work as hard as you possibly can.

And like Do Bong Soon (Park Bo Young) says in “Strong Woman Do Bong Soon,” you are not unemployed. You are a job seeker! Take everything one day at a time and think positively. Your hard work will eventually pay off.

Which K-dramas do you like to watch while job hunting? Let us know in the comments below!


EvaCh10 was inspired to write this article from personal experience, so she understands your struggles as a job seeker. Eva is always on the lookout for BTS fan art, K-dramas with complex plots or mysteries, and videos and gifs of Lee Kwang Soo on “Running Man.” Say hi to Eva on Instagram or Twitter.

All-time favorites: “Healer,” “Master’s Sun,” “W,” “Fight My Way,” “Go Back Couple,” “Chief Kim,” “Kill Me, Heal Me”
Looking forward to: “Wok of Love,” “The Undatables,” “Four Sons,” “What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim?”

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Offended, to the depths of her soul, Laura, not finding what to answer, took my hand and led me home. Now we had to swim at home. Mom Laura pulled out a large, galvanized bathtub from the closet, poured hot water into it and put me in it. I lathered with laundry soap for a long time, washing off sweat and dirt, which I had time to get out of, running all day with.

Now discussing:

At the same time, his finger lay on the anus and began to gently massage it. God, how nice it was. To live 18 years and not know that you get such pleasure from it.



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