Navigating the rough waters of modern office life can be a huge challenge for the contemporary 20 or 30-something-year-old, especially if it is completely different than the life they always dreamed of having. In the mega-hit, award-winning office drama Incomplete Life (aka Misaeng), Im Si Wan has to face the reality of what it takes to be competitive in a workplace he never wanted to be a part of, but at least he has supportive coworkers Kang So Ra and Kang Ha Neul at his side!


Im Si Wan (Triangle, The Attorney) and Kang So Ra (Doctor Stranger, Dream High 2) star in an office drama that proves life doesn’t always follow our dreams, and that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Jang Geu Rae (Im Si Wan) has spent his life obsessed with the board game 'Go' (also known as weiqi, igo and baduk). Ever since he first touched a playing stone for the game at the age of seven, he has dreamed of nothing but becoming a professional Go player. Unfortunately, some unexpected circumstances arise and, as a result, Jang Geu Rae must give up on that dream. Courtesy of an associate’s recommendation, our heartbroken gamer manages to get a coveted internship at the famous company One International. Now as can be expected of someone who spent his life wishing for something completely different, Im Si Wan struggles to make his mark as a member of “Sales Team 3” at the company. And his own personal lack of motivation aside, other employees at the organization also hate him because they do not believe he has earned his position, having nothing more than a high school diploma. The only one who really cares enough to show him some sympathy, and whose kindness Jang Geu Rae is forced to rely relentlessly upon, is Ahn Young Yi (Kang So Ra), a reserved intern and superwoman who excels at everything. But as his problems seem to worsen, Jang Geu Rae realizes that the answers to his office challenges lie in the very rules and strategies he learned from playing Go. Can our once-dreamer learn to navigate the office like he does the intricacies of an ancient strategy game, or will this salaryman’s life always remain incomplete? 


From the director of Signal and writer of Arang and the Magistrate, you can now binge-watch all 20 addicting episodes of Incomplete Life on DramaFever! 

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Incomplete Life (Misaeng)

Starring Im Si Wan and Lee Sung Min

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