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Kim Eung-soo fetches coffee for Park Hae-jin in Old School Intern

In MBC’s upcoming drama Old School Intern, Park Hae-jin (Forest) plays a typical male lead—a young, charismatic, capable boss. The twist comes with his co-lead, who isn’t a bright-eyed poor Candy, but a stodgy old man. Kim Eung-soo (Chief of Staff) plays the Old School Intern that gets hired to be on Park Hae-jin’s team. Their characters have a long history together; Kim Eung-soo used to be Park Hae-jin’s boss and he made life miserable for Park during his rookie days.

The new teaser-trailer reveals how Park Hae-jin gets his revenge on Kim Eung-soo. In Park Hae-jin’s voiceover, he asks Kim Eung-soo whether he’s really okay with him (Park Hae-jin) as his boss. Kim Eung-soo replies that he’s fine with it, and in an ominous statement, Park Hae-jin says: “We’ll see if you can endure it.”

The following scenes capture Kim Eung-soo sent on a bunch of errands by Park Hae-jin from bringing coffee to moving boxes. When he’s by himself, Kim Eung-soo curses out his new boss, who yells at him for creating trouble everywhere he goes. One day, Kim Eung-soo explodes in an empty office, but the next day, he’s back on his knees begging for forgiveness and a second chance from Park Hae-jin.

Clearly, there’s many vicissitudes that these two encounter in their relationship because Kim Eung-soo goes from giving Park Hae-jin a thumbs-up to a thumbs-down in their company lobby. Park Hae-jin takes Kim Eung-soo aside to rebuke him, and asks rhetorically whether he thinks working at the company is a joke. In an impulsive moment, Kim Eung-soo says he’ll take responsibility and quit. Because of all the piled up resentment, Kim Eung-soo challenges Park Hae-jin: “What are you to order me around? You’re a moron.” After he leaves in a huff, Park Hae-jin frustratedly shouts into his hands, while staring at a beautiful Seoul skyline.

MBC Wednesday-Thursday miniseries Old School Intern will begin airing on May 20.

Via Digital Times

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Oohhh I didn’t know he was coming back soon!

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I was afraid that I have to wait for at least a year for his next project after the forest but wow so soon park hae jin he didn't even take a break . whether its a comedy, action, romance, or psychopath he can pull any kind of role. I will definitely gonna watch it. I don't know when will they release his four men drama, it has been more than two years, I am waiting eagerly.

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Forest was filmed the last year until August. It took time to find a network (oh surprisly).

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Please let this be good!

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This seems to be based on a Japanese drama of 3-4 years ago, where a retired guy is hired as an apprentice. Don't recall the name.

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The trailer looks fun! I'm up for this! Hopefully the reversal of dynamics creates a lot of laughs

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I really hope this is good!! I was eagerly waiting for Park Hae-jin's return.

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No offense to Park Hae-jin but I'm still mad scarred from Forest.

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Maybe this new drama will heal your PHJ wounds? Hehehe

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Didn't complete forest!!

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I’ve always thought Kim Eung Soo was hilarious, especially his facial expressions, I can’t wait for this. It’s quite a refreshing premise for a kdrama!!

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Park hae Jin and physchological manipulation. sounds like a combo.
this is a good premise.

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