Dramas range from a variety of genres, yet all contain a few clichés that can put viewers off them instantly. This drama, from afar, looks laced and entangled in clichés that'd make it a carbon copy of the many other dramas that are being pumped out like manufactured scripts. My
Korean Name: 게임회사 여직원들
Genre: Slice of life, romantic comedy
Number of Episodes: 11 episodes
Episode Length: 7 to 8 minutes
Recommended For: Gamers or cosplayers, lovers of rom-coms and workplace drama
NOT Recommended For: People looking for a serious or action filled story
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