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[Spoiler] "The Queen of Office" Lee Hee-joon's consideration for Jung Yu-mi

2013/05/08 | Permalink | Source

KBS 2TV drama "The Queen of Office" showed Moo Jeong-han (Lee Hee-joon) submitting a project proposal instead of Jeong Joo-ri (Jung Yu-mi).

Jeong Joo-ri applied for a company exhibit with inspiration from her mother's lunchbox. Moo Jeong-han told her to apply and encouraged her.

Miss Kim (Kim Hye-soo) then said, "Do you want her to enter? You should enter in your name. What would happen when a contract employee wins the contest and not the team managers? What about the company who has to move forward with that project?"

However, Moo Jeong-han applied in Jeong Joo-ri's name and she was listed for the final judging. Hwang Gap-deuk (Kim Eung-soo) ordered the termination of her contract.

Netizens say, "I agree with this drama, it's so realistic", "Contract termination alright", "I almost cried at that part. I hope she becomes a real employee soon" and more.

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