Bo-yeong Park has some charm but the "journalism hooaah" message falls flat, and the story that pushes it isn't interesting: Pop star pouts because of media scrutiny. The film feels like an assembled-by-committee project meant to hit all the right notes but misses most. Jung Jae-Young is kind of fun, even though he shouts most of his lines, but I can never forgive him for spoiling the otherwise wonderful Castaway on the Moon. Seong-woo Bae has been showing up in a lot of films lately. He's growing on me, like a Korean Jeremy Piven before Entourage happened.
Ra-Hee (Park Bo-Young) applied for jobs at numerous companies, but failed to find work. She finally lands a job at a sports newspaper. She begins to work as a reporter in the entertainment division. Soon, she find herself surrounded by chaos.