“Chief of Staff” is Back for Season 2 with New Trailer

Aide (Advisor) Korean Drama - Lee Jung Jae and Shin Min Ah

The upcoming Korean drama Chief of Staff (or Aide) starring Lee Jung Jae and Shin Min Ah is back with season 2! It dropped a new trailer that features all of the cast looking ready to get back into things.

Chief of Staff 2 is a political drama that focuses on people who control the world from behind the scenes and is about a political advisor (Lee Jung Jae) who is rising in power and a female politician (Shin Min Ah) who is attempting to break through the glass ceiling.

Chief of Staff 2 is scheduled to premiere November 11 on JTBC.

See the trailer here: https://youtu.be/Ev9UmiDU5q8

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4 Responses to “Chief of Staff” is Back for Season 2 with New Trailer

  1. Fred says:

    This is one of those trends that I really do not like. The reason why I love Kdramas and Asian dramas in general is that they usually have just one season. Though Chinese dramas are much longer and have a lot of unnecessary scenes, at least they still have just one season.

    Asian dramas have an actual story. A beginning and an end. There is usually closure. No cliffhangers. Seasonal TV Series just want to milk people of their time (and money). Which I really hate. I really wanted to watch another Shin Min-ah drama. But I won’t be watching this one. I believe Netflix has a lot to do with this. They probably believe they are revolutionising kdramas or something like that. But no. Better they go bankrupt so they won’t be able to destroy Kdramas! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

    The only time a Kdrama should have a Season 2 is if the fans are asking for it. Like, when will Hae-soo and Wang So get to meet again in the future? Come on! Give us that happy ending! Still pains me thinking about that drama. Hopefully it will happen by next year? HAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

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    • Kay says:

      I couldn’t have said it better, Fred! We share the exact same feelings on this new split season trend. I too like that there is a clear beginning and end with a limited number of episodes planned from the beginning with kdramas.

      I also think Netflix has influenced this a lot. The shows getting split are all ones that Netflix has picked up. Plus, they are all actually the length of a normal kdrama (one season) and then they just split it in two and call in multiple seasons. I know that Netflix likes that model of multiple short seasons, but it’s silly to be breaking up a single drama.

      I usually don’t care for second seasons in kdramas, but I will concede they sometimes work if it’s a full proper second season, not a split season. The format works well enough for episodic crime shows or comedy dramas. I really hope the trend doesn’t continue, but I’m afraid it may for a while.

      And I’m not sure we’ll ever get the ending we would want from THAT drama. We can always dream though, lol 🙂

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      • Fred says:

        Good to know you feel the same way. 🙂

        And yes Kay. I will always dream about having that Hae-soo and Wang So happy ending. Even if it takes ten years. Who knows? The Before Trilogy (Before Sunrise, Before Sunset, Before Midnight) takes nine years to make a new movie. Maybe we will have a part two in ten years. LOL.

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