In the 5th episode of KBS2's Wednesday-Thrusday drama "Assembly" (written by Jeong Hyeon-min; directed by Hwang In-hyeok) which aired on the 29th, Kim Gyu-Hwan (Ok Taecyeon) is once again disappointed in Jin Sang-Pil (Jung Jae-young).
In the episode, Jin Sang-Pil is attacked by the party because he came out against the fall budget increase bill but, after Choi In-Gyeong (Song Yoon-ah) talked him down, decided to live for another day and took back his objections. Even though Jin Sang-Pil (Jung Jae-young) had turned away from acting all principled in order to do more, Kim Gyu-Hwan thought he was a traitor to the people like he turned his back on Kim Gyu-Hwan's father Bae Dal-soo (Son Byung-ho).
When asked by his fellow intern about "so what do you think about the Assembly?, he replied without hesitations "the Assembly is a human trash heap!" Seeing the expression on his fellow intern's face, he tried to play it off as a joke but this discussion was overheard by Choi In-Gyeong who silently chastised him with her deadly gaze.
"Assembly" is a "coming of age story" about the journey an assemblyman, whose prior occupation was a welder and is rather stupid but honorable and brave, takes to move from idiot to the "honorable" assemblyman.
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