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 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. While the two come across each other at an interview with some tensions, they leave the interviewers impressed and convinced enough to hire them. The seemingly promising start does not prevent them from getting fired if they fail to reach the expected statistics within three months. The two rookies are brought to the same division by fate. While the two don’t get along in the beginning, they have to engage with each other in some projects. However, does it get better after this probation? No, the challenge is only about to begin.