Chief of staff season 3

chief of staff season 3

• Drama As a chief of staff in the National Assembly, Jang Tae-jun influences power behind the scenes while pursuing his own ambitions to rise to the top. As a chief of staff in the National Assembly, Jang Tae-jun influences power behind the scenes while pursuing his own ambitions to rise to the top.

As a chief of staff in the National Assembly, Jang Tae-jun influences power behind the scenes while pursuing his own ambitions to rise to the top. Devdiscourse News Desk - Seoul - Updated: 22-07-2020 17:11 IST - Created: 22-07-2020 17:11 IST Unfortunately, Chief of Staff Season 3 doesn’t have the renewal.

In other words, it is yet to be officially renewed by Netflix. Image Credit: Facebook / Chief of Staff • Country: • Korea Rep • SHARE • • • • Netflix's interest for Korean drama highly increased than before. Chief of Staff Season 3 is one of the most anticipated Netflix series fans have been waiting for chief of staff season 3 last couple of months.

The series has gained massive popularity among Netflix fans and now they are passionately waiting for the third season. Unfortunately, Chief of Staff Season 3 doesn't have the renewal. In other words, it is yet to be officially renewed by Netflix. The delay in renewal is China's Wuhan-emerged coronavirus and its transmutation into a global pandemic. The coronavirus pandemic situation is the reason why Netflix is delaying the renewal of Chief of Staff Season 3.

Chief of Staff Season 2 premiered on November 11, 2019 and dropped its finale on December 10, 2019.

chief of staff season 3

Season 1 premiered in June 2019. Thus, there is no doubt that Chief of Staff Season 3 will further be delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic situation across the world. The global entertainment industry is the worst hit with an unfathomable financial loss.

chief of staff season 3

The majority of the web, television and movie projects had been halted or postponed for indefinite time. It's not only Chief of Staff Season 3, but other popular Netflix series are yet to get confirmation on renewals due to the coronavirus pandemic.

However, it has been speculated that the third season of the South Korean TV series will return with majority of the original characters. Some of the actors are Jung Jin-youthful as Lee Seong-min, Kim Kap-soo as Song-Hee-seop, Jung Woong-in as Oh Won-suk, Im Won-hee as Go Seok-man, Jung Man-sik as Choi Kyung-Chul, Park Hyo-Joo as Lee Ji-Eun, Jo Bok-Rae as Young Jong-yeol.

Many other supporting cast is expected to reprise their roles. There is also a possibility for new faces in the imminent season.

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However, nothing has been announced yet on it. Chief of Staff Season 3 doesn't have an official release date. Stay tuned to Devdiscourse to get the latest updates on the Netflix series. Also Read: Petition to renew Crash Landing on You Season 2 goes online • READ MORE ON: • Chief of Staff • Chief of Staff 3 • Chief of Staff Season 3 • Chief of Staff Season 2 • Chief of Staff Season 3 Netflix Health News Roundup: Beijing reports 45 new symptomatic COVID cases, 8 new a.

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JTBC’s newest Monday-Tuesday drama “Chief of Staff” season two is nearing its premiere!

chief of staff season 3

The second season of “Chief of Staff” tells the story of newly elected assemblyman Jang Tae Joon (played by Lee Jung Jae), his dangerous need for speed, and his survival in the competitive political world.

The drama also stars Shin Min Ah (playing Kang Sun Young), Lee Elijah (playing Yoon Hye Won), Kim Dong Jun (playing Han Do Kyung), and Kim Kap Soo (playing Song Hee Seop). On November 7, the cast and crew of the second season of “Chief of Staff” participated in a press conference where they shared, “The story has become more consolidated than in season one.” In addition to that, here are three other changes from season one that will unfold in season two!

Lee Jung Jae’s transformation from chief of staff to assemblyman As described by Lee Jung Jae, “As chief of staff, since Jang Tae Joon tried his best to hide his true colors and wait for the right time, he will now be officially and authentically ambitious as an assemblyman.” Not only has his title changed, but Lee Jung Jae’s character also sees a shift in his goals and his approach to reaching those goals.

As Kim Kap Soo’s chief of staff, there wasn’t much he could do on his own and had to influence others to reach his personal goals. To gain his nomination, he had to make Kim Kap Soo the minister of justice and turn a blind eye to the death of a worker at a cement factory run by CEO Lee Chang Jin (playing Yoo Sung Joo), who was responsible for Lee Jung Jae’s funding.

In order to make sure that Shin Min Ah’s bill would pass, Lee Jung Jae had to instigate conflict with both Kim Hong Fa (playing Jo Kap Young) and Kim Ik Tae (playing Lee Sang Kook). Now, as an assemblyman equipped with both the initiative and voice, Lee Jung Jae has the ability to act of his own accord. Changes in relationships from cooperation to distrust The trusting and supportive relationships from season one will transform into distrust and conflict in season two.

Watching Lee Jung Jae put on his badge as assemblyman causes Shin Min Ah and Kim Dong Jun to lose their trust in him. Although Shin Min Ah knows how much hard work he had to put in to get there, watching him bow respectfully to Kim Kap Soo at Lee Sung Min’s ( Jung Jin Young‘s) funeral while being insulted was hard for her to understand.

Kim Dong Jun also believed in and respected Lee Jung Jae, but he had no choice but to turn to anger after he blatantly neglected the wrongful deaths of the young workers and the hardships of the merchants at Seobuk Market. In season two, Shin Min Ah and her new secretary Kim Dong Jun transform their relationship with Lee Jung Jae from cooperation and support to misunderstandings and mistrust.

On top of that, they are now intricately intertwined with Lee Jung Jae’s new chief of staff, Lee Elijah. New faces With the addition of new characters comes chief of staff season 3 unpredictable actions and relationships. Jung Man Sik will appear in between Kim Kap Soo and Lee Jung Jae as Prosecutor General Choi Kyung Chul of the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office and pose a new kind of threat.

According to the drama director, perfectionist Choi Kyung Chul will “experience his intentions being distorted and used following the logic of politics.” Park Hyo Joo (playing chief of staff Lee Ji Eun) will work with Shin Min Ah and present a new distraction as someone who is weary of Lee Jung Jae and thinks that he is a dangerous person.

A sudden addition to Lee Jung Jae’s office is Jo Bok Rae (playing chief of staff Yang Jong Yeol), who is yet to be determined as an advantage or disadvantage to Jang Tae Joon, but is someone who does not care about the methods he has to take to achieve a desired end goal.

“Chief of Staff” season two premieres on Monday, November 11 at 9:30 p.m. KST. Check out a few teasers here! Source ( 1) • Lee Jung-jae • Shin Min-a • Lee Elijah • Kim Dong-jun • Jung Jin-young • Kim Kap-soo • Jung Woong-in • Im Won-hee • Jung Man-sik • Park Hyo-joo • Jo Bok-rae Composer Choi Cheol-ho Country of origin Chief of staff season 3 Korea Original language Korean No. of seasons 2 No. of episodes 20 Production Executive producer Ham Young-hoon Producers • JTBC • Netflix Picture format 1080i ( HDTV) Audio format Dolby Digital Original release June 14 ( 2019-06-14) – December 10, 2019 ( 2019-12-10) Chief of Staff [2] ( Korean: 보좌관; RR: Bojwagwan; lit.

Aide) is a 2019 South Korean television series starring Lee Jung-jae, Shin Min-a, Lee Elijah, Kim Dong-jun, Jung Jin-young, Kim Kap-soo, Jung Woong-in, Im Won-hee, Jung Man-sik, Park Hyo-joo and Jo Bok-rae. The first season aired on JTBC from June 14 to July 13, 2019. The second season aired from November 11 to December 10, 2019. [3] [4] [5] Contents • 1 Chief of staff season 3 • 2 Cast • 2.1 Main • 2.2 Supporting • 2.3 Special appearances • 2.3.1 Season 1 • 2.3.2 Season 2 • 3 Production • 4 Original soundtrack • 4.1 Season 1 • 4.1.1 Part 1 • 4.1.2 Part 2 • 4.2 Season 2 • 4.2.1 Part 1 • 4.2.2 Part 2 • 4.2.3 Part 3 • 4.3 Chart performance • 5 Viewership • 6 Awards and nominations • 7 References • 8 External links Synopsis [ edit ] The story of politicians and their aides who try to climb up the political ladder.

Cast [ edit ] Main [ edit ] • Lee Jung-jae as Jang Tae-joon [6] • Shin Min-a as Kang Seon-yeong [7] [8] • Lee Elijah as Yoon Hye-won [9] • Kim Dong-jun as Han Do-kyeong [10] • Jung Jin-young as Lee Seong-min (season 1) [11] • Kim Kap-soo as Song Hee-seop [11] • Jung Woong-in as Oh Won-sik [11] • Im Won-hee as Go Seok-man (season 1) [11] • Jung Man-sik as Choi Kyung-chul (season 2) • Park Hyo-joo as Lee Ji-eun (season 2) • Jo Bok-rae as Young Jong-yeol (season 2) Supporting [ edit chief of staff season 3 • Kim Hong-pa as Jo Gap-yeong • Lee Chul-min as Kim Hyung-do • Ko In-beom as Seong Yeong-gi • Yoo Sung-joo as Lee Chang-jin • Jeon Jin-ki as Lee Gwi-dong • Jun Seung-bin as Kim Jong-wook • Do Eun-bi as No Da-jeong • Park Myung-shin as Yeo Sook-hee • Kim Seo-ha as Lee In-soo • Kim Ik-tae as Lee Sang-gook • Nam Sung-jin as Ahn Hyeon-min • Park Geon as Seo Hyung-chul • Lee Sun-won as Lee Hyung-sa • Yoo Ha-bok as Park Jong-gil • Ji So-yeon as Kim Mi-jin Special appearances [ edit ] Season 1 [ edit ] • Kim Eung-soo as Jang Choon-bae (Ep.

1, 7) • Lee Soon-won as Detective Lee Hyeong-bae (Ep. 1, 3, 8-9) • Cha Sun-bae as Minister of Justice (Ep. 2-4) • Jang Jae-ho as reporter Sung Woo (Ep. 2) • Lee Joon-hee member of Jo Gap-young's party (Ep. 2) • Lee Han-wi as Chief Presidential Secretary (Ep. 4-5, 7) • Lee Yong-yi as merchant Ok Ja (Ep. 5-6, 10) • Go In-bum as chairman Sung Young-gi (Ep.

8) • Lee Jong-goo as barber (Ep. 9) • Seo Wang-seok as detective (Ep. 9) Season 2 [ edit ] • Go In-bum as chairman Sung Young-gi • Kim Eung-soo as Jang Choon-bae (Ep. 2–4) • Park Myung-shin as Yeo Sook-hee • Kim Ik-tae as Lee Sang-guk (Ep. 1, 5) • Lee Soon-won as Detective Lee Hyeong-bae (Ep. 3, 5) • Jang Jae-ho as reporter Sung Woo • Lee Joon-hee member of Jo Gap-young's party (Ep.

1) • Lee Yong-yi as merchant Ok Ja (Ep. 3–4) • Lee Han-wi as Chief Presidential Secretary (Ep. 5) • Park Ji-yoon (Ep. 4) • Jung Myung-joon as prosecutor Sim • Lee Min-ji • Hong Seo-joon (Ep.

2) • Choi Jung-woo • Jung Dong-gyu (Ep. 6) • Park Geon as prosecutor (Ep. 1, 5) • Ok Joo-ri (Ep. 5) • Ma Si-hwan as prosecutor Yoon • Sung Ian as reporter • Sung Dong-il (Ep. 10) Production [ edit ] • The first script reading took place on March 26, 2019 in Nonhyeon-dong, Seoul, South Korea. [12] • The series is Lee Chief of staff season 3 small-screen comeback after ten years.

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{INSERTKEYS} [13] Original soundtrack [ edit ] Season 1 [ edit ] Chief of Staff: People who Make the World OST Soundtrack album by Source: Audience measurement performed nationwide by Nielsen Media Research. [17] Average TV viewership ratings (season 1) Ep. Original broadcast date Title Average audience share (AGB Nielsen) [18] Nationwide Seoul 1 June 14, 2019 6g Badge ( 6g의 배지) 4.375% 5.592% 2 June 15, 2019 Rupture ( 파열) 4.545% 4.675% 3 June 21, 2019 Reason for Selection ( 선택의 이유) 4.436% 4.637% 4 June 22, 2019 Domino ( 도미노) 4.398% 4.532% 5 June 28, 2019 Dilemma ( 딜레마) 4.012% 3.786% 6 June 29, 2019 Firelight ( 불빛) 4.039% 3.904% 7 July 5, 2019 Knot ( 매듭) 4.087% 4.091% 8 July 6, 2019 Decapitation ( 낙화) 4.974% 5.090% 9 July 12, 2019 6g's Price ( 6g의 대가) 4.379% 4.185% 10 July 13, 2019 Irreducible ( 돌이킬 수 없는) 5.314% 5.616% Average 4.456% 4.611% • In the table above, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.

• This drama aired on a cable channel/pay TV which normally has a relatively smaller audience compared to free-to-air TV/public broadcasters ( KBS, SBS, MBC and EBS). Average TV viewership ratings (season 2) Ep. Original broadcast date Title Average audience share (AGB Nielsen) [18] Nationwide Seoul 1 November 11, 2019 Breakaway ( 탈피) 4.166% 4.544% 2 November 12, 2019 Poisonous Fang ( 독니) 4.104% 4.350% 3 November 18, 2019 Swamp ( 늪) 3.475% 3.220% 4 November 19, 2019 Achilles Tendon ( 아킬레스 건) 3.912% 3.821% 5 November 25, 2019 Shadow ( 그림자) 3.819% 4.081% 6 November 26, 2019 Maze ( 미로) 4.446% 4.720% 7 December 2, 2019 Scapegoat ( 희생양) 4.665% 4.981% 8 December 3, 2019 Hunt ( 사냥) 4.844% 4.994% 9 December 9, 2019 Hibernation ( 동면) 4.659% 4.661% 10 December 10, 2019 Weight of 6 Grams ( 6g의 무게) 5.340% 5.458% Average 4.343% 4.483% • In the table above, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.

• This drama aired on a cable channel/pay TV which normally has a relatively smaller audience compared to free-to-air TV/public broadcasters ( KBS, SBS, MBC and EBS). Awards and nominations [ edit ] Year Award Category Nominee Result Ref. 2019 12th Korea Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor Lee Jung-jae Nominated [19] References [ edit ] • ^ " "10년만 드라마 복귀"…'보좌관' 이정재, 독보적 비주얼 담은 스틸컷 공개". Naver (in Korean). Xports News .

Retrieved April 21, 2021. • ^ [1회 예고] 조심하는 게 좋으실 겁니다… 제 독이 지금 바짝 올랐습니다 보좌관(Chief of Staff) - 세상을 움직이는 사람들. YouTube. JTBC Drama . Retrieved June 11, 2019. • ^ "Political dramas show what's behind the chaos: Audiences find JTBC's 'Chief of Staff' a refreshing antidote to standard fare".

Korea JoongAng Daily. June 29, 2019. • ^ "Political dramas hit TV screens as elections draw closer". Yonhap News. July 3, 2019. • ^ " 'Chief of Staff' returns, ready for revenge". Korea JoongAng Daily.

November 8, 2019. • ^ Kim, Ha-jin (March 19, 2019). "이정재, JTBC '보좌관' 출연…10년 만에 안방극장 복귀". Hankyung (in Korean) . Retrieved April 8, 2019. • ^ Park, Dong-jae (March 19, 2019). {/INSERTKEYS}

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"신민아, 이정재 이어 JTBC 새 금토 '보좌관' 출연 확정.최고의 라인업 구축". Break News (in Korean). Retrieved April 8, 2019. • ^ "Actress Shin Min-a to Return to Small Screen in May". The Chosun Ilbo. March 27, 2019. Retrieved April 8, 2019.

• ^ Kim, Myung-mi (March 5, 2019). "이엘리야 측 "JTBC '보좌관' 출연 긍정 검토중"(공식입장)". Newsen (in Korean). Retrieved April 8, 2019. • ^ Hong, Hyeong-min (March 28, 2019). chief of staff season 3, JTBC '보좌관' 출연 확정…이정재와 호흡 [공식]". Star Hankookilbo (in Korean). Retrieved April 8, 2019. [ permanent dead link] • ^ a b c d Kim, Ju-won (March 29, 2019). [공식] '보좌관' 정진영, 김갑수, 정웅인, 임원희.명품 조연 군단 캐스팅 확정. Sedaily (in Korean). Retrieved April 8, 2019.

• ^ Lee, Min-ji (March 29, 2019). ‘보좌관’ 역시 이정재, 대본 연습부터 감탄 자아낸 사연. Newsen (in Korean). Retrieved April 8, 2019. • ^ Hwang, So-young (March 19, 2019).

" '천만배우' 이정재, JTBC '보좌관' 출연확정…10년만 드라마[공식]". News Joins (in Korean). Retrieved April 20, 2019. • ^ Kim, Han-na (June 14, 2019).

"엑소 첸, '보좌관' OST 'Rainfall' 발매…긍정적 메시지 전달". Hankookilbo (in Korean). Retrieved June 14, 2019. • ^ Kim, Han-na (June 21, 2019). "김재환, '보좌관' OST 'Black Sky' 오늘(21일) 발매.위로의 메시지 전달". Hankookilbo (in Korean).

Retrieved June 21, 2019. [ permanent dead link] • ^ "Week 47, 2019 Digital Chart". November 17–23, 2019. Chief of staff season 3 December 2, 2019. • ^ "Nielsen Korea". Nielsen Korea (in Korean). Retrieved July 29, 2020. • ^ a b "Nielsen Korea". Nielsen Korea (in Korean).

Retrieved June 15, 2019. • ^ " '2019코리아드라마어워즈(KDA)' 연기대상 후보.김해숙·최수종·염정아·조정석 등". Sedaily (in Korean). September 27, 2019. External links [ edit ] • Official website (in Korean) • Chief of Staff at IMDb • Chief of Staff at HanCinema Hidden categories: • CS1 Korean-language sources (ko) • All articles with dead external links • Articles with dead external links from July 2021 • Articles with permanently dead external links • CS1 uses Korean-language script (ko) • Articles with short description • Short description matches Wikidata • Articles containing Korean-language text • Articles with hAudio microformats • Album infoboxes lacking a cover • Album articles lacking alt text for covers • Articles with Korean-language sources (ko) • HanCinema drama ID same as Wikidata • Pages using the Graph extension Edit links • This page was last edited on 25 March 2022, at 23:05 (UTC).

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Designated Survivor has found its new chief of staff in ER vet Anthony Edwards, who will recur during Season 3 of the ABC-turned-Netflix drama.

According to our sister site Deadline, Edwards will play Mars Harper, President Kirkman’s likable and folksy chief of staff, who uses his genteel demeanor to impose his will.

Having served many administrations in different capacities, Harper is respected by all political parties, and plans to bring discipline and organization to a West Wing that he believes lacks focus. He will clash with other members of President Kirkman’s staff, including campaign manager Lorraine Zimmer (played by new recurring player and Nurse Jackie alum Julie White).

President Kirkman’s previous chief of staff Chief of staff season 3 was fired at the end of Season 2 for having an inappropriate ex parte conversation with the Supreme Court’s Chief Justice at a funeral. However, her portrayer Italia Ricci is expected to return for the upcoming season, along with original series stars Kiefer Sutherland, Kal Penn, Adan Canto and Maggie Q.

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Netflix and third parties use cookies (why?). You can change your cookie preferences.Have you watched the drama “Chief Of Staff”(보좌관)? In case if you haven’t, the drama has already broadcasted its finale for their 2nd season on Tuesday (10th December).

As you may know, the political drama consists of 2 seasons. The 1st season aired from 14th June to 13th July. The next season premiered on 11th November and went on till 10th December. Source: AsianWiki As viewers bid adieu to the year 2019, the star-studded cast members also shared their thoughts as they wrapped up this year by saying goodbye to the Netflix/JTBC series. Lee Jung Jae on playing Jang Tae Joon: “I was happy acting as Jang Tae Joon, who challenged himself and changed during each and every episode.

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Thank you to the viewers who have enjoyed watching the drama for the long time of 6 months starting from season 1.” Shin Min Ah on portraying skilled female politician Kang Seon Young: “This project was a process of challenging myself to play a character I haven’t been able to experience until now.

It was a huge honour because I was able to act with many experienced actors. I won’t be able to forget the experience of receiving lots of support from viewers as the confident, politically skilled Kang Seon Young. I sincerely thank all of the actors and each and every member of the staff who worked together.” Source: Netflix Lee Elijah, who played Yoon Hye Won, said: “I sincerely thank the director, actors, writers, and staff.

I’ll cherish the emotions and moments of your love for ‘Chief of Staff’ and Yoon Hye Won in my heart like a piece of poetry.” ZE:A member Kim Dong Jun reflected on his character Han Do Kyung, sharing that, ” It feels strange because it’s a drama I participated in for 6 months.

It was a drama that I will remember every moment of, and chief of staff season 3 drama where I really worked hard during every second and scene. I’ll become an actor who acts sincerely with the many experiences I learned through this series.” Jung Man Sik on acting as Choi Kyung Chul, the chief of the Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office: “The 2nd season of ‘Chief Of Staff’ is a meaningful project for me.

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It was a pleasure meeting the viewers through the portrayal of Choi Kyung Chul. I really want to say thank you to fellow actors as well as the staffs who worked alongside this drama.” Veteran actor Kim Kap Soo on portraying the antagonist Song Hee Seop: “I felt so happy to play a fresh character like Song Hee Seop.

I’ve worked with director Kwak Jung Hwan many times, but this project felt new. The atmosphere on set was really good while working for a long time together that I could finish filming comfortably. Thank you to viewers who watched while being immersed with us.” Source: Soompi Jung Woong In who acted as the character Oh Won Sik shared: “I played as Oh Won Sik with the belief that there was probably an aide out there like him who was envious of the more successful Jang Tae Joon.

I’m thankful I was able to successfully complete it due to the support of many viewers, and would like to especially tell Kim Kap Soo that I learned a lot from him.” Last but not least, Jo Bok Rae, who captured everyone’s attention with his portrayal of Yang Jong Yeol said: “I learned a lot while filming and it was a valuable experience.

We were able to successfully complete the drama thanks to the younger and older actors, and the staff. Thank you to the writer for creating Yang Jong Yeol into a charming character, the director for creating a natural atmosphere on set where I could act comfortably which could’ve been awkward since I only joined the second season, and the viewers who adored Yang Jong Yeol.” Chief of staff season 3 any other K-dramas, the series has garnered a large fan base and has generated buzz among fans.

In this case, some K-drama followers have taken to Twitter to voice out their demand for another season of the show. Check out some of the tweets here: I need season 3 of Chief of Staff so I can watch Jang Tae Jun handle the Blue House #Aide2 — marinahh (@marormer) December 11, 2019 CHIEF OF STAFF DONT TELL ME YU HAVE NO SEASON 3 ?????

— ఇchacha⁷ - Chief of staff season 3 FOR US-DUALITY (@chachiiimmyy) December 10, 2019 oh man.i believe everyone who binge watching chief of staff need season 3 so bad.?please? — Faryz (@faryzmazhry) December 11, 2019 So #ChiefOfStaff2 #aide2 sambung season 3 pulak ke???

Pi kerja dengan Park Dae pulak ke cane ? buat crossover Miss Hamurabi + Chief of Staff + Designated Survivor. — 샤자나 (S) ? (@itsmeSyazana) December 11, 2019 Do you agree with the fans’ suggestion? Source: Soompi.
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