August eight, 2022August eight, 2022
CEO Shin Ha-kyun promotes his enterprise vision in Coupang Play’s Unicorn
The initially teaser is out for Coupang Play’s Unicorn as nicely as yet another entertaining spoof on organization promoting advertisements, showcasing the drama’s Maccom enterprise in all its low-price range glory.
The sitcom stars Shin Ha-kyun (Beyond Evil) as our megalomaniac hero, CEO Steve. As the founder and head of Maccom, he likes to dream massive, no matter how wacky or grand his schemes are, and jumps in head initially on all of his plans, even if other folks shake their heads.
Scrambling following him and attempting to figure out logistics along the way are his additional sensible group members: Won Jin-ah (Hellbound) in the function of Ashley, Lee Yoo-jin (Idol: The Coup) as Jay, and Kim Young-ah (Remarriage & Desires) playing Monica.
Other employees members consist of Lee Joong-ok (The Superior Detective two) as Kwak Sung-beom, Bae Yoo-ram (Moonshine) as Jesse, Bae Yoon-kyung (The King’s Affection) as Carol, and Kim Wook (The King: Eternal Monarch) as Philip.
The video teaser starts with CEO Steve’s massive presentation about Maccom and he asks his employees, “Elon Musk, Bill Gates, and myself, Steve. What is the distinction involving these people today?” The group is in disbelief, but 1 brave soul responds, “We suck!” Absolutely everyone else’s thoughts are revealed in the text screen: “We’re doomed…” But Ashley reassures the employees afterwards, “Don’t be concerned also significantly. When it comes to mental strength, he’s on yet another level compared to us.” But, alas, our CEO is curled up beneath his desk, sobbing to himself about what to do.
We then reduce to a text screen that reads “Introducing Maccom,” followed by CEO Steve explaining that Maccom will provide solutions that you constantly believe of. In the following series of text screens, we’re taken via the company’s constructive qualities, beginning with: casual, lateral organization. Steve tells a bowing Jay, “Be comfy, we’re all on the exact same level.” But his smile promptly falters when some employees begin becoming a small also casual with their speech.
Open recruitment is point two, to which Jay confides, “At the club residence, the CEO presented me twice my salary if I worked for him.” Ashley replies knowingly, “Oh, you are a club recruit. Club recruits are from club homes and Insta-recruits are from Instagram.” From there, we move to point 3: visionary leader. Carol complains that they’ll go out of organization for not behaving like a actual enterprise and we see Steve asking his employees for any objections, only to shush them when every person raises their hand.
This brings us to point 4: functioning atmosphere filled with humor. When Jay is late for operate, CEO Steve initially reprimands him, “It’s only been how extended considering the fact that you began functioning right here and you currently show up late.” Continuing in a sillier voice, he sing-songs, “There are no lates.” The intermittent text screens describe Maccom as a somewhat odd Korean begin-up with no troubles. (Heh!)
We then jump to Steve applying an analogy in his presentation. Counting with his fingers, he says, “There are 3 forms of geum [gold]: ‘so-geum’ [salt], ‘ji-geum’ [now]…” and he promptly apologizes when he realizes his error. Relentless, CEO Steve announces the begin of a new project, but Ashley lets out her aggravation saying, “Just when, can you not treat it like a joke?!” The teaser then closes on our CEO’s final admission, “Failure is Maccom’s other name.”
Directed by PD Kim Hye-young (Be Melodramatic) with writing performed by comedian Yoo Byung-jae (The Superman Age), Coupang Play’s Unicorn will be airing Fridays beginning August 26.
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