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[Drama 2019] Aide/Chief of Staff Season 1& 2, 보좌관


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Could Aide/ Chief of Staff  Season 3 be possible?

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JTBC  Aide s' viewers are expecting the season 3.

On the 10th, JTBC's' Advisor 'Season 2' shows that Jang Tae-joon (Lee Jung-jae), who actually abandoned the next election, receives a love call from the Blue House.

In particular, it seemed to suggest that the stage of 'Advisor's Season 3' would be the Blue House with the appearance of staring at the Blue House.

Season 3 hasn't been finalized, but it's an open ending if you can.

At the presentation of 'Advisor 2' held on the 7th of last month, PD Kwak Jung-hwan said, “The best thing about the season-based drama is that you can get feedback from people who have watched Season 1.” I was asked a lot of times. I think it's great to be able to do Season 2 with the expectation. ”

In addition, when asked about the possibility of season 3, “Kim Gap-soo wants most. "The goal is very clear next to the minister."

On the other hand, the 'advisor' was planned for the season and finished with season 1 and season 2. However, Jang Tae-joon's challenge remains open, and the possibility for season 3 is also open.

http://www.dailysportshankook.co.kr/news/articleView.html?idxno=217405

 

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The viewers want a third season. The story reached a conclusion but it is possible to be another season. I hope there is another season. As I said, I am not a fan of kdramas being in multiple seasons but I will want to watch another season of Chief of Staff anytime. They finished the 20 episodes in two seasons very well. I hate only when a drama can`t finish the story and they don`t know when they will produce another season. For exemple, I watched a procedural OCN drama Ten/ Special Affairs Team TEN a long time ago. They had season 1 and 2 in 2012, 2013 respectively and season 3 was not produced till today. They did not finish the main case at all. It is very frustrating. I don`t want series like this.

 

Kudos to the writer of Chief of Staff who wrote a good story from start to finish.

 

 

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Finally I was able to watch  Ep 10.  Boy that hearing! and this is just a drama. Imagine what it's like  in real life with an on going impeachment. Uh....

 

I really really enjoyed two seasons of this drama. At first I didn't like just 10 seasons cauf it felt like cliff hanger but being a dorama fan, I didn't mind. I usually find myself bored of dramas after 8 episodes..unless it's really engaging and well written.. otherwise I move to other dramas.

 

Watching this drama every episode from S1 to S2 it means I was thorroughly engaged and the drama writers was good on how they present this. It's not your usual boring politcal dramas. good actors, good story and writing. The actors  and characters they played are so appropriate for them.  I have discovered  Lee Jung Jae in this drama and he's good.  Also the actors playing HW and DG (sorry I don't know their real names). Anf Shin Min Ah.. so good to see her back. I like that she plays age appropriate characters. I like that her character here is strong smart independent but still has a hear and care for TJ and  cause.

 

That open ending beckons seaon 3. There should be a season 3. I've said  every post here. TJ going to be right hand man of the president.. That last scene when   he's ask to aid the leader. It means helping out with state affairs. National affairs.

 

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On the 10th, JTBC's' Advisor 'Season 2' shows that Jang Tae-joon (Lee Jung-jae), who actually abandoned the next election, receives a love call from the Blue House.

In particular, it seemed to suggest that the stage of 'Advisor's Season 3' would be the Blue House with the appearance of staring at the Blue House.

 

 

I want to see the suffering dowhill progression of Song in season 3.  TJ thriving as Aide of the president...  SY as powerful female leader of the National Assembly.  HW.. she can be press secretary  to the president? (wait.. that's for Season 4!) DG  story arc making it through with all these political sharks and rising throguh and the next best hope of the county.

 

@triplem@larus Thanks for keeping me company in this thread and sharing posts. We certainly enjoyed this. It's nice to watch a drama void of the usual kdrama trappings. This was serious politcal drama and was enjoyable.  If there is S3, I wouldn't mind a a little bit of of TJ and SY...on a personal level. You know what I mean.

 

I'm waiting for S3 announcement. Let us know, larus. this same thread too.

 

 

 

 

 

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19 hours ago, jongski said:

Thanks for keeping me company in this thread and sharing posts. We certainly enjoyed this. It's nice to watch a drama void of the usual kdrama trappings. This was serious politcal drama and was enjoyable. 

 Thanks for being here as well. It was nice to have someone to talk about the drama we all enjoyed.

 

Let see if season 3 will be produced. Of course I will be here in case that happens.

 

I was familiar with everyone in this drama (major characters). Except for the new guy (the new chief of staff).Maybe in the new season his character will be developed more. 

 

Before Aide/ Chief of Staff, I saw Lee Jung Jae in two movies (Il Mare and Assasination). I am glad that he will appear in dramas more. I will watch his next work, the Netflix drama. See you there.

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Shin Min Ah Talks About Her 2019 + Taking On A New Kind Of Role For “Chief Of Staff”

Dec 20, 2019
by E. Cha

 

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In a recent interview and pictorial for Marie Claire magazine, Shin Min Ah looked back on 2019 and her experience filming her latest drama “Chief of Staff.”

Shin Min Ah recently received lots of praise for her starring turn in the JTBC political drama “Chief of Staff,” which finished airing its second season earlier this month. The actress starred in the drama as the strong-willed and intelligent politician Kang Sun Young, and she expressed a great deal of affection for the role.

“[Kang Sun Young] was a character that I was happy to be able to meet through a drama,” said Shin Min Ah.

However, she revealed that the role hadn’t been an easy one to play, recalling, “I worried a lot about how to portray a character who keeps moving forward through many different difficult situations.”

https://www.soompi.com/article/1372594wpp/shin-min-ah-talks-about-her-2019-taking-on-a-new-kind-of-role-for-chief-of-staff

 

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Stumbled upon this while searching for some place to discuss this drama. I really enjoyed it! Your discussions really helped me understand parts of the show! Count me in in future drama forums and also for wishing for a Season 3! Thanks for this Larus and everyone else! Chief of Staff was great!

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K-Drama Review: “Chief Of Staff” Weaves Realistic Plot On Politics, Lawmakers & Their Aides

By Lilly | October 12, 2019
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With an engrossing script powered by a renowned cast, Chief Of Staff takes a deeper plunge into the world of politics.

Chief Of Staff  highlights how ugly the world of politics can be and how extremely dirty it can get. Throughout the drama, the contemplation of choosing between the right and wrong is raised. Should the protagonist avoid playing by the rules and bend things in his favor to achieve the fast effective results or should he walk in the path of righteousness even if the process is slow?

 

Boasting of cast known for their acting prowess, Chief Of Staff spins an unpredictable tale of the political battles that takes place continuously. At every step, a lawmaker has to keep thinking at his feet in order to get ahead of his opponents.

Making his comeback in the small screen after ten years, Lee Jung Jae depicts the role of a dynamic chief of staff, Jang Tae Joon, who wants to change the corrupt system. Taking on a different avatar, Shin Min Ah portrays the character of a lawyer turned assemblywoman, Kang Seon Yeong, who is also in a secret relationship with Jang Tae Joon.

Even though they are from opposing parties, Tae Joon and Seon Yeong help each other for achieving their individual goals.

Quick Plot Round Up

Jang Tae Joon is an ambitious individual who works at the National Assembly as an aide for a shrewd politician Song Hui Seop. He is a reliable right-hand man who comes up with strategies to ensure that the politician he is aiding steers ahead of the opponents.

An occurrence of an incident where a lot of innocent people died while he was on duty as a policeman awakened Tae Joon’s urge to change the corrupt system, thus leading him to seek a career in politics.

He aims to become an assemblyman so that he can reform the system. However, he believes that in order for him to move to the top of the hierarchy, he must resort to foul play like the rest of the politicians.

 

more https://www.hellokpop.com/review/k-drama-chief-of-staff/

 

 

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