8 Rookie Asian Dramas You Should Not Miss
When you first step into the office, you should know there are a lot of rules in each industry. As a rookie, you'd better know the ground rules so as to avoid the embarrassment. Here come the Asian dramas telling you how to excel yourself as a rookie.
1. Baek Seung Chan (Kim Soo Hyun) in Producer
As a producer, Baek Seung Chan probably broke all the ground rules to learn the lesson in a very hard way. Rule #1: don't go against your boss and your boss' boss. #2: Clarify your goal when you choose your career. It will be hard if you only follow your love around. #3: Don't get too drunk and kiss your boss!
2. Eun Dae-Koo (Lee Seung-Gi) in You Are All Surrounded
If you are smart enough, you may not need to cope with all the ground rules, but you definitely need to get along with your boss.
3. Choi In Ha (Park Shin Hye) and Choi Dal Po (Lee Jong Suk) Pinocchio
Journalism is not easy to practice especially when it comes to the social moral rules. To start this career, you need to know when you can be adapted to the corporate rules and when you need to stick to yourself. When you challenge the authority, you need to hold your courage and integrity, believing in what is right and wrong.
4. Jang Hye Sung (Lee Bo Young) in I Hear Your Voice
As a public defender, the first rule is "You’re innocent until proven guilty, unless you’re in the unlucky situation of being guilty until proven innocent." You may need to use unconventional methods and proves that while sometimes justice is blind to a fault. Well, if you are lucky, you may have a super-power teen on your side.
5. Yoon Se Na (Krystal Jung) in My Lovable Girl
It is not easy to meet your boss before you joined in the company; it is also not easy to always get your boss' support. Whether or not, you need to stick on your dream, no matter how much obstacles are in front of you. The entertainment industry is tough, especially for you to face the competitiveness and gossip, so hold on there!
6. Xu Yi Fen (Summer Meng) in Aim High
Joining in a tech start-up, you simply need to know how to get your boss' attention to land your ideas, how to deal with co-workers' relationship. You probably can learn lot of career coaching in Chris Wang's philosophy in this drama.
7 Fan Tze Yu (Tavia Yeung) in The Hippocratic Crush
It is like Grey's Anatomy. A lot of rules apply for a reputable hospital. You need to know how to control your emotion in the working place, especially dealing with your patients and your boss.
8. Gong Xi (Ivy Chen) in Skip Beat
Every girl has a dream of becoming a star, even it comes from a revenge for your ex. The first rule for all the rookie in entertainment industry, is finding your speciality. Then you need to learn how to bear with the trivial and how to shine yourself when the time is right. And the most important, how to deal with your senior and work with your friend.
So, do you learn from those dramas? Which one is your favorite?
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