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by Marcus Pottea on December 29th, 2012 8:11 am
They’re usually presidents, ceo, son of the vice president, movie star, etc.
Most of the guys in Japanese dramas aren’t rich or sons of ceos.
I really don’t think it is just a Korean thing. Characters in American shows/movies aren’t always said to be rich but if you look at their nice houses/apartments/cars they are rich in my book!!!
I think one reason is that with a rich character it is easier to make basically anything happen. Also they love having the female lead who shows the rich guy that there are things better than money!
Another reason I can think of is that they try to make dramas about something the viewers would dream about!! I think most viewers would love it if they could grab the heart of a rich guy!!!
Here are some good dramas WITHOUT rich male leads!
-Couple or Trouble (Fantasy Couple)
-Mary Stayed out all night
-Gloria (one of the male leads isn’t…)
-Chuno (the male lead WAS rich previous to the begining of the story) (period)
-Take Care of the yong lady
-Cinderella’s Sister (melodrama)
-Que Sera, Sera (melodrama)
-Strongest Chilwoo (period drama)
I see many black dress shoes have rounded tips, few pointed tips, but more have the flat tips. I am looking to buy flat tips because that is what I still see more of at the moment. I live in the upper midwest. Which are now in style please? Which will look normal in an interview? I will wear a conservative business suit because it is a financial position for which I am interviewing.Thanks,
The best shoes to wear look nice, but are not too flashy. Either round or a flat front is fine. Just stay away from anything to shiny – no metal tips – no odd colors – no funny laces. Just plain black dress shoes are what to wear.
I .30% of successfully interviewing is all about your enthusiasm, excitement, and energy.
- So smile.
- Relax, but stay alert.
- Stay positive (no one likes negativity).
- Use eye contact.
- Be yourself.
- Always represent yourself honestly.
- Sit up straight.
- Ask questions about the position, company and the interviewer. (Get them talking about themselves, and listen).
- and NEVER ask questions about salary, commission, bonuses, vacations or anything else the company can do for you. Wait until you’ve gotten the job offer.
- Never get too comfortable. Remain professional and on guard. This is a main reason why many people do not excel in final interviews.
II. 30% of the interview is about showing that you have the skills and desire to conduct the responsibilities of the position.
- So, offer specific examples of prior work, and projects, or duties that relate to each question that is asked of you.
- Do not offer general sweeping answers without specific examples.
- Always use examples of responsibilities that relate to the employer area of expertise and the position you are applying for.
III. 30% of the interview is selling yourself.
- Describe your skills.
- Communicate your passions that related to the position you are interviewing for.
- Show them that you can get along with others and that you can address questions in an organized fashion.
- Always make sure to have a personality be excited, but never be too loud, or overpowering/dominating that your lead the discussion process.
IV. 10%+ of the interview is the close.
The interview is a sales call; you are the product.
- Ask questions.
- Overcome objections.
- Tell them your interest level, availability, and why you are a superior candidate.
- And this is the hardest part, have fun! Candidates that enjoy the meeting, get the job.
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