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Posted by Germaine-Jay Friday, July 23, 2021

'School 2021' confirms actor Kim Young Dae dropped out of drama

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'School 2021' confirmed actor Kim Young Dae has dropped out of the upcoming drama.

Kim Young Dae was previously reported to have dropped out of the lead cast of KBS' 'School 2021', and on July 23, the drama's producers confirmed the news. 'School 2021' reps stated, "'School 2021' received a unilateral notice from Kim Young Dae's agency that he'll be leaving the cast. As we're inevitably replacing the actor, we plan to start filming soon."

In other news, the actor has also been offered the lead role in the upcoming tvN drama 'Shooting Star'.

Stay tuned for updates on 'School 2021' and Kim Young Dae.

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T_Jazz
T_Jazz8,155 pts Friday, July 23, 2021 9
Friday, July 23, 2021

Let's think back on our own job searches and auditions.


How many companies did we contact during that time when we were unemployed - either via web application, resume e-/mailed, phone calls and walk-ins. When we were unemployed and hungry, we probably accepted the first offer. But then there were those times when there was an opportunity we REALLY wanted but another company came through with a 𝘵𝘳𝘪𝘢𝘭 offer: Meet the staff and other departments, let's see if it's a good fit, etc. We accepted. That "bird in the hand" and all that even though it wasn't our first choice. The first choice hadn't made it's "choice" yet.


So you're going along with that "trial" offer --"trial" means not set in stone. No contract was signed. Handshake, verbal. But that one you REALLY wanted finally contacted you. What did you do?


Okay. What was "unprofessional" about your decision?

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EverydayJiayou
EverydayJiayou1,141 pts Saturday, July 24, 2021 0
Saturday, July 24, 2021

He signed on under the pretense that his character would be a certain way, and after signing, they changed his character. Not sure exactly what that means, but basically the writers changed the very thing he had signed on for. That's like accepting a job offer for a teaching position at a school but they gave you a receptionist job instead. He didn't get what he signed on for, and even though it's unprofessional to break contract, I also think it's unprofessional to pull the rug out from under someone you've already hired. Again, I don't know the exact details of what changes were actually made to his character, but if it meant a difference in pay or a difference in role position (lead VS side), then that could be a deal breaker for sure.

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