KPLUS will be simulcasting Korean slice-of-life office drama “I Hate Going To Work” this month within 24 hours of its airing in Korea starting today, April 10!
Starring Kim Dongwan (Cheer up Mr Kim!, 100 Days My Prince), Han Soo-yeon (Your Honor, Teacher Oh Nam Soon), Kim Kwan-soo (Touch Your Heart, First Kiss) & So Joo-yeon (My Healing Love, The Whispering) the said Korean drama which aired yesterday, April 1, is about people who dread going to work which will resonate with everyday office workers. It will premiere on KPLUS every Wednesday starting April 10, 8:00 PM Philippine Standard Time.
Watch the teaser below:
KPLUS is available on Easy TV and Sky Cable.
I Hate Going To Work
Kang Baek-ho (Kim Dong-wan) is a legend in the company for his high-speed promotion. He hates people who does not take things seriously. His interest is working late and working overtime on weekends. Yoon Hee-soo (Han Soo-yeon) is the person in-charge for the project for M Books’ store. A normal, everyday bookstore remodelled into the trendiest place that people in their 20s – 30s would like to frequent. She is a person who has a special relationship with Kang Baek-ho.
“I Hate Going To Work” is an everyday office drama that fits in to this era as it is happening around us. The core of the show is to happily unravel the realities of work boredom and heal the exhausting daily routine. Its pilot program aired last year, showing the unreasonable situations of office workers in the company. Due to the high popularity and positive feedback, it was transformed into a full TV series.
Kim Dong-wan is more known as a member of the legendary idol group, Shinhwa. He continues his acting career by starring in television series and films. His hard work has paid off, as he has received many awards for his acting, such as Best New Actor at the KBS Drama Awards for A Farewell to Sorrow, Excellence Award in the category of Actor in a Daily Drama at the KBS Drama Awards for Cheer Up, Mr. Kim!, and Most Popular Actor in the category of Film at the 49th Baeksang Arts Awards for Deranged. He has since been recognized for his acting skills. It has been seven years since Kim Dong-wan’s last drama on major broadcaster KBS. Viewers are excited to see his comeback through this new series.