A stroppy young Korean woman’s voice-over monologue in the movie “오피” elicits giggles from audiences at home, but her struggles with an anonymous daily wage-slave job resonate among women who work in Seoul’s high-rise offices. “My daily commute from Incheon to Gangnam is an absolute nightmare!” she complains, in a scene that will likely provoke groans of recognition from many who have endured her plight.
Beyond 9-to-5: Exploring the After-Hours Culture in Korean Offices
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