Original source [6]

Summary ( 06 – This isn’t it…)

  • The man in the car is a 29 year old called Choi Soo-Im,  a direct subordinate of Min Cheol.
  • While both chatted in the car, Min Cheol  briefly mentioned his marriage.
  • Mr. Choi almost caused an accident from how shocked he was.
  • “Who did you say, you got married to ?” said a random lady behind them. Apparently she was in the back sit all along.
  • News about his marriage spread across his department, they cheered and congratulated him.
  • Everyone was happy for him, except the lady that was also in the car.
  • In the midst of the chaos, the lady went behind Mr. Choi , gripped his shoulder and requested that they went somewhere to chat.
  • Apparently, Mr. Choi was supposed to give her updates about his personal life, whether he was dating or not, something of the sorts.
  • Mr. Choi initially told Miss. So Soo-yun that Mr. Cheol had no one he liked that way.
  • The lady, who is 33 years old and Cheol’s boss, asked with tears why he didn’t take notice of it.
  • Miss. So, who has been single all her life, already imagined marrying Mr. Cheol and decided on how many kids they’ll have.
  • After work, they both followed Mr. Cheol on his way back home, to confirm if he was truly married and also curious about what kind of woman his wife is.
  • As they waited, they saw Mr. Cheol approaching a woman, as though they were acquainted.
  • That was Ji ah, his wife, smoking at the dark alley and looking like a thug because of the padded jacket she wore.
  • Miss So looked very intimidated.



  • 부하 직원,a junior staff, a subordinate
  • 연휴, holiday season
  • 열흘, ten days
  • 사장, president, chief executive
  • 휴가신청서, request for vacation
  • 제출하다, submit
  • 명절,national holiday
  • 쏘다, shoot, launch,speak sharply
  • 종잡을 수 없는, unpredictable, discursive , vague
  • 조촐하다, cozy, simple, neat
  • 과장, head, chief, manager
  • 상사, superior, boss


End notes

Yall I am also learning Korean, so bear with me regarding the translations. I am translating as I understand and not literally.  

Not 100% sure of this sentence’s translation.

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