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The final episode of tvN's Saturday-Sunday drama "Startup" (directed by Choong-hwan Oh), was a perfect happy ending as CEO Dal-mi Seo (played by Suzy Bae) and CTO Do-san Nam (played by Joo-hyuk Nam) of Cheongmyeong Company got married with the success of self-driving startup. Ji-pyeong Han (played by Sun-ho Kim), who became an outside director with two people holding hands, and Injae Won (played by Eun-na Kang), a major shareholder, walked side by side, giving a overwhelming impression, hinting at another start of the Cheongmyeong Company.
It was the result of the four young men who raised their sails with their dreams and goals, holding each other's hands and sometimes hitting the rocks. Among them, Dal-mi Seo and Do-san Nam, who were the most clumsy young people, continued to sail without a map as each other's dreams, and Ji-pyeong Han's lonely life was engraved with the warmth of his grandmother Won-deok Choi (played by Hae-sook Kim) and Dal-mi Seo, who owed his life. In-jae Won also stepped back on the border of his family with the name "In-jae Seo" after her biological father's last name, giving a deep feeling.
The process of jumping into a start-up business and moving back to one's feet even if one falls down, and continuing to pursue dreams using failure as a nourishment, was a consolation to the youth of this era.
In addition, it was the first drama to deal with the startup industry in earnest, showing the world behind it and leaving meaning behind it. Especially, as they cheered for those who stood at the new starting line through an accelerator that helped start-ups in the early days, they also set fire to the hearts of other young people.
'Startup' has proved to be a hot topic by ranking first in the Content Influence Index (CPI) and also making its name on various topics. While streaming to more than 190 countries around the world through Netflix, it received enthusiastic responses from Thailand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Japan, following the Philippines, which consistently topped the list. According to FilxPatrol, which aggregates online video content rankings, "Startup" broke the highest score among Korean dramas in global Netflix TV dramas and was ranked among the top ten in 32 countries, proving its potential.