Sunday, January 11, 2015
Like any other entertainment industry, the Korean drama one is changing with the times. For most, this change feels quite slow and it is to be expected. Big changes happen in time. But there are always works and decisions that spark those changes or at least offer an alternative which others can choose to follow. 'Incomplete Life' a.k.a 'Misaeng' is such a work. Far removed from the usual structure and tropes, this series turns an important page for this entertainment.
Jang Geu-rae (Im Si Wan) has managed to land a job as an intern at a trading company. He works at a sales team under Oh Sang-sik (Lee Sung-min), a man who is originally less than thrilled to have an untrained newbie in his team. Geu-rae's inexperience and lack of educational qualifications soon remind him of how hard working life is. Through his time with the company, the series follows his progress and the lives of his fellow workers and main characters as they struggle to survive and succeed in a demanding workplace.
Full Article: [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Incomplete Life".