Millennials try so hard to get a job but do they get the jobs that they truly want? Based on the extremely popular web toon of the same name published by COMICA, “The Best Moment to Quit Your Job” is a Korean slice-of-life drama series that exploresthe stifling reality confronting millennial women who are just starting their careers.
Setting itself apart from the multitude of comedies, romance and fantasy shows,“The Best Moment to Quit Your Job” aims to “heal” by portraying relatable stories and real sentiments faced by many young adults in the workingworld, asking the question “How much should we sacrifice today for the pursuit of tomorrow’s happiness?”
The Best Moment To Quit Your Job follows 5 millennial womenon their quest to find themselves in the early days of their professions.Series lead actress, Ko Won-Hee (Strongest Deliveryman, The Silenced) stars as 26-year-old Yeon Ji, a rookie designer working at a wet wipes factory who shares the frustrating reality of her work life with her friends.
Also starring in the drama is Lee Chung-Ah (Vampire Detective, Lucky Romance, Flower Boy Ramen Shop) as Sun Hee, Yeon Ji’s superior with an extremely bad temper and is a lonely soul deep within.
Adding a dash of glamour is singer Jei Kim (Vampire Detective, The Idle Mermaid), the leader of female K-pop group Fiestar. She takes the role of Yeon Ji’s roommate Nam Hee, an aspiring webtoon artist who is optimistic and full of joy. Jung Yeon Joo (Chicago Typewriter, A Witch’s Love) is in the part of HyeYoung, a baker who dreams of having her own bakery.
Impress us with your original travel photo(s) that best mirror the time where you felt like you could “Run The World”. Each photo submission(s) should be accompanied by a description of that moment.
The winning photo will be selected by Mong Chin, star of Who Runs The World with Mong Chin, every Mon, 9.30pm (SIN/HK) on Lifetime Asia.
How to join?
1. Upload a photo with the hashtag #RunTheWorldwithMongchin and tag @LifetimeAsia @CanonAsia (on Instagram)/@CanonImagingAsia (on Facebook) on the same post
2. You can enter on Facebook or Instagram, but make sure your profile(s) are public
3. Submit as many photos as you like, but they must be your own work!
4. Your caption can’t be more than 100 words.
5. Contest ends 30 August 2018.