A saying circulates online about the sales department of the nation’s largest media group, Winners’ Weekly: “One would rather end up in a monastery than Winners’ Weekly.”
However, there are still many fearless entry-level job seekers vying to get into the perilous workplace. Chien and CHOU Yi are two examples. The former, 22, is a docile, detailed-oriented girl who follows every single word of all protocols verbatim. The latter, 21, is a hyper stuck-up ex-E-sports player.
The two rookies are then brought to the same division by fate. Overwhelmed by her supervisor and stressed out by her sales goals, Chien finds herself confronted by CHOU Yi, who appears to be a jerk to her and pushes her to the edge of a virtual breakdown. While the two don’t get along in the beginning, they have to engage with each other in some projects. As they try to cope with the daily petty, nitty-gritty, a sudden personnel announcement brings the office to a boil.
Whether you are a rookie or an old hand, you have to find your survival tips.