Go Ah Sung, Lee Som, And Park Hye Soo Confirmed To Star In Upcoming Film Set In The 90s

Go Ah Sung, Lee Som, and Park Hye Soo have been cast for the new film “Samjin Group’s English TOEIC Class” (literal title).

“Samjin Group’s English TOEIC Class” will be set in the mid-90s and will be about employees who are taking their company’s English TOEIC class together. The three women gather their strengths in order to uncover the truth about the suspicions regarding their company’s corruption.

Go Ah Sung will be taking on the role of Lee Ja Young, the hard working employee of production management Team 3 who learns of the company’s corruption and resolves to uncover the truth. Lee Som will be playing the role of the marketing team’s employee Jung Yoo Na who is an avid fan of detective novels and has a cynical personality. Finally, Park Hye Soo, who starred in “Swing Kids,” will be playing Shim Bo Ram from the financial department who has an extraordinary talent for math.

The title “Samjin Group’s English TOEIC Class” is taken from the trend businesses had in the 90s which placed an emphasis on skills. The movie follows suit, promising to promote employees who are high school graduates if they score over 600 points on the TOEIC. While taking the class, the three women will unite in order to be more than just the company’s assistants as they aim to do the work they’ve always wanted to do.

For the film, Go Ah Sung, Lee Som, and Park Hye Soo will transform into employees who have worked for the company for eight years and who will show their bravery and growth as they uncover the secrets behind their company’s corruption.

“Samjin Group’s English TOEIC Class” will begin filming end of October.

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