Part-time Spy.Jang Young-Sil (Gang Ye-Won) hampir tidak mendapatkan pekerjaan di NSA (National Security Agency). Dia dipekerjakan sebagai pekerja kontrak untuk menulis komentar positif untuk NSA. Na Jung-An (Han Chae-Ah) adalah seorang detektif yang menggunakan bahasa kotor. Mereka melakukan operasi infiltrasi untuk memulihkan uang yang dicuri dari bosnya dalam skema phishing suara.
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Jang Young-Sil (Gang Ye-Won) barely lands a job at the NSA (National Security Agency). She is hired as a contract worker to write positive comments for the NSA. Na Jung-An (Han Chae-Ah) is a detective who uses uses foul language. They carry out an infiltration operation to recover money that was stolen from her boss in a voice phishing scheme.
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After a string of career failures, Jang Young Shil (Kang Ye Won) gets fired (yet again!) from her temp job at the NSA. When her boss, NSA Director Park, gets scammed out of $500,000 by a voice phishing company, she goes undercover to recover his losses, with the hope of finally securing a permanent position for the first time in her life. At the voice phishing company, she meets colleague and undercover police detective Na Jung An (Han Chae Ah). Together the two girls take on the bad guys and go after the evil president Min Seok (Namgoong Min).
My favorite part of the film is definitely Na Jung An. She’s this kick-ass detective with anger management issues. I actually enjoy watching her much more than the female lead. As a 007 fan, I always wished there was a female version of 007; polished, suave, and cool to the touch. There’s always “Charlie’s Angels,” but Na Jung An’s look and feel more closely fits the 007 girl image that I had always imagined. Her features aren’t overly sweet with a round face and round eyes, but more “handsome” if you will. Plus, she beats up the bad guys like it’s nobody’s business. She absolutely sizzles in the scene where she tries to seduce the evil president’s right-hand man.
The evil president Min Seok doesn’t look evil at all. In fact, he is so kind and good-looking that Jang Young Shil actually develops a crush on him!
On a more serious note, the movie aims to look at the societal issues of temporary workers. In order to avoid paying pension, companies seek loopholes in the system to use certain staff long enough only to fit the criteria of temporary employees, which leaves millions of South Koreans who deserve a permanent role with no job security.
|Cast:||Chae-Ah Han, Dong Hyun-bae, Han Chae-ah, Hyun Bae Dong, Jo Chang-Geun, Jo Jae-yoon, Kang Ye-won, Kim Min-Kyo, Kim Sung-eun, Kwak Ja-Hyoung, Lee Jung-Min, Nam Sung-jin, Namgoong Min|
|Director:||Deok-Soo Kim, Kim Deok-soo|