Jin Sang Pil is a welder at a shipyard, but when he and his fellow workers get laid off, he fights for their reinstatement as the spokesman for the labor union. To his surprise, this leads to him becoming a newly elected member of the National Assembly. But because of his idealism and naiveté, Sang Pil finds it difficult to navigate the corridors of politics. Enter whip-smart aide Choi In Gyeong, who shows him the ropes and together they work to accomplish real change within the government.
Cast & Credits
Cast: Jung Jae Young plays Jin Sang Pil a honest good hearted man who speaks out (and loudly too) when he doesn't like something or when he's trying to get his ideas across - at first he comes off as ignorant but you soon start being amazed with what he is saying - there were many times that my face looked like In Kyung's - I'd go from "oh brother, he's not listening again" to "wow, what he is saying is really true and it hits home!" LOL - a brilliant actor indeed! I applauded him and admired him - He is a character I respect!
Song Yoon Ah plays Choi In Kyung a person cast aside by her trusted sunbae & becoming an aide by pressure to Jin Sang Pil (a complete novice in the political field) She at first doesn't consider him as anything but a hick but slowly she opens up to him and admires him & completely supports him - the best "aide" you could ever ask for! First time I've ever loved a female character so much! She was absolutely awesome!!! A woman to be admired <3 I also looked forward to her facial expressions! They were PRICELESS!!! :P
Ok Taecyeon plays Bae/Kim Gyu Hwan the son of Bae Dal Soo (a friend & co-worker of Jin Sang Pil) - misunderstandings underway, he decides to work for Sang Pil in order to enact revenge - little does he know that he will come to admire this man himself ^_^ His role is very minor compared to the 2 leads but I really enjoyed him in this drama <3
I won't take time to go over any more characters/actors but they all played their roles exceptionally well :) They could either make you admire them or become disgusted by them.
OST: I only remember instrumentals but I loved them - especially one when something big was about to happen, it was fast tempo and I swear I've heard it before :D
I will definitely re-watch this drama when I find time. I didn't want this one to end while I was watching it! and I would recommend it to even those who aren't highly fond of political dramas!