Protect the Boss TV Series Box Set (Singapore Version) (5discs)
보스를 지켜라
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Product Information
Also Known As:Guard the Boss, 보스가 달라졌어요, The Boss Has Changed, 마지막 여비서, The Last Secretary
Director:Son Jeong-Hyeon
Country of Origin:South Korea
Genre:TV, Drama, Romance, Comedy
Language:Korean, Mandarin
Subtitles:English, Chinese
Sound:Dolby Digital 2.0
Release Date:Mar 03, 2012
Publisher:Poh Kim
Product Made In:Singapore
Aspect Ratio:1.33:1
Case:Box Set
Region Code: All, NTSC
Running Time: Approx. 1080 min (18 Episodes)
No. of Disc: 5

Rating for English subtitles: Good


Product Details
Special Features:
- Interactive Menus
- Scene Selections
About Protect the Boss TV Series
Broadcast: August 3, 2011 ~ September 29, 2011
Episodes: 18

No Eun-Sul finally gets a job as a professional secretary at a large conglomerate after struggling with unemployment, only to fall in love with her boss, Cha Ji Heon, the immature youngest son of a chaebol family.

No Eun-Sul (Choi Gang-Hee) applies for job after job, but is passed over because she graduated from a third-rate university and doesn't possess a sparkling resume. In high school, Eun-Sul was notorious for fighting and fighting well. Then one day she decided to live her life the right way. She started to study hard and was able to pass a university entrance exam, even though the university wasn't prestigious. While attending university, Eun-Sul continued to study hard and also worked part-time jobs to pay her tuition fees. Now out in the real world, Eun-Sul finds landing a job extremely difficult.

One day, Eun-Sul receives a phone call and is informed she got the job. Eun-Sul becomes elated, but unbeknownst to her, the company that hired her is a loan sharking firm.

Ji-Hun (Ji Sung) seems to be the perfect guy. He is from a wealthy family, is physically attractive, and works for the company which his father runs. But actually, Ji-Hun isn't interested in the family's company. Ji-Hun is also frightened to speak in front of others and being around strangers. He has ochlophobia - a fear of crowds, as well as agoraphobia - a fear of having a panic attack and embarrassing oneself. Neither his father nor his grandmother (played by legendary veteran actress Kim Young-Ok) know of his condition. Ji-Hun isn't social because of his phobia and doesn't associate with others at the company. He's also a germaphobe, and appears to be developing more neuroses as manifestations of the anxiety he feels over working for his father, whose main style of parenting, and living, is bullying.

Bullying is nothing new to president Cha(Park Yeong-Gyu). His brother's widow, Shin Sook-Hee (Cha Hwa-Yeon), still blames him for her husband's death, due to how hard president Cha made things for the deceased. Though the two of them keep up the appearance of filial love, the only thing they want from each other is to see the other one fail, die, or both. Her son is Moo-Won (Youngwoong Jaejoong), a hard-working and conscientious junior executive in the company who seems only to want the company to do well, and is willing to pick up the slack left by Ji-Hun's failings. However, something about Moo-Won also seems a little too good to be true...

2011 SBS Drama Awards:
Top Excellence Award for Drama Special, Actor (Ji Sung)
Top Excellence Award for Drama Special, Actress (Choi Kang Hee)
Actor Award for Drama Special (Park Young Kyu)
Lifetime Achievement Award (Kim Young Ok)
Best Couple Award (Ji Sung and Choi Kang Hee)
New Star Award (Hero Jaejoong and Wang Ji Hye)
Top Ten Stars Award (Ji Sung and Choi Kang Hee)
Netizen Popularity Award (Choi Kang Hee)

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