K-Dramas has slowly established itself as the most preferred option of all. 2021 was also predicted to be a K-drama year. Many K-dramas will be released for global audiences this year.
Similar to the trend, there are start-ups. The series revolves around a woman who dreams of becoming an entrepreneur, just like Steve Jobs. It also tells the story of a man who is secretly her first love and another man who pretends to be her first love.
The show follows the life of a gathering of socialmediagossips trying to get big and famous in the Seoul startup world. The series shows an outfit cast of several experienced entertainers. While the cause of Start-Up shows a profound leap into the vicious universe of pioneers and young organizations, the somewhat invigorating and inspiring first episode was a wonderful astonishment.
The universes of the four main characters crash in the Silicon Valley esque ‘Sandbox’: an anecdote that sets a hatchery going. There are many references and jargon, but fortunately composing was very well informed up to this point.
Start-ups convey this and much more. Nam Joo-Hyuk plays the calm, dorky Do-San with sincerity and warmth. He’s at his best on the scenes with accomplices of his organization Samsan Tech, and the threesome brings a fun, disorganized energy to the show. While Bae Suzy brings the bubbly and aggressive Dal-mi to life on-screen, trust in Kang Han-Na doesn’t turn into a conspiratorial exaggeration. There’s a lot in the composition that seems to be moving dangerously towards this region, and it would be a terrible disappointment to see how they first portrayed their intuition.
Ten more episodes created a solid establishment for the main characters while immersing them in their family ties, scholarships, and romance. Start-up promises that the crowd will welcome every achievement that the bundle of fabric labels from Samsan Tech has in front of it.