The Producers (2015)
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A group of young television producers - Ra Joon Mo, Baek Seung Chan, Tak Ye Jin -- and K-pop star Cindy work tirelessly around the clock within the entertainment division of a major broadcasting network. Amidst their dynamic and challenging workloads, serious drama reaches new heights in this backstage glimpse of the people who make television magic happen. Baek Sung Chan is a fresh new producer. He was a law graduate of an ivy-league school who now works in the variety department of KBS. He made the career switch after following in the footsteps of his first love, which didn't exactly work out for him. Although he is intelligent, he is also clumsy. As the new intern he has a lot to learn if he wants to succeed in the Korean entertainment industry. Tak Ye Jin is a hot-shot producer who gets things done her way. She has ten years of experience in the industry. She is smart and ambitious, but can be caustic in her criticism, as she doesn't sugarcoat her opinions. She is the director of the popular show "Music Bank". If Baek Sung Chan wants to succeed, he'll need outperform her expectations...or avoid Tak Ye Jin completely, neither of which will be easy tasks. Ra Joon Mo, is a seasoned producer and director who has worked in the industry for ten years as well. Yet despite his immense experience and his contributions to numerous shows, he has yet to develop a single hit show that he can be proud to call his own. Cindy is a top-star and temperamental singer. She "debuted" as a child at the age of 13. Now at the young age of 23, she can actually be considered a veteran. She's known as an ice princess because she never lets herself feel deep affection for anyone. She experienced a lot of betrayal in the past that causes her to keep everyone at a safe distance. The story will leave various deep messages about friendship, family, fame, support, bullying and betrayal in the broadcast industry.
A cheeky workplace romantic comedy, The Producers centers around, aptly, the producers working in KBS's variety department, featuring a bevy of cameo appearances from stars and a cascade of tongue-in-cheek references to showbiz, celebrities, and industry practices.
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