Business Proposal is a new SBS K-Drama featuring Lovers of the Red Sky‘s Ahn Hyo Seop and former Gugudan member Kim Se Jeong. Business Proposal Episode 7 had a 9.9 percent nationwide audience percentage. This was a 0.2 percent decrease from the previous episode’s rating of 10.1 percent. Continue reading to find out when and where you can watch Episode 9 with English subtitles, as well as a brief summary of Episode 8.
A BUSINESS PROPOSAL: A PREVIEW
The sitcom revolves around an ordinary office girl who goes on a blind date instead of her friend in order to scare off a potential suitor. Things go wrong, however, when she realizes that her blind date was the CEO of the company for which she works. With seven episodes, SBS and Netflix’s latest smash K-drama has cemented its place as one of the year’s best Romantic Comedy offerings.
BUSINESS PROPOSAL: EPISODE 8 RECAP
The eighth episode of Business Proposal starts with a kiss between Ha-ri and Tae-moo. Ha-ri takes a step back and requests that they pretend it never occurred. Ha-ri and Tae-moo converse in his car after work. Tae-moo claims it wasn’t fair for her to kiss him; now she owes him. She continues to insist the kiss was a mistake.
Their meal is served in courses, and Ha-ri is concerned about not being able to pay for it all. He finishes up paying at the conclusion of the meal. He claims that what he desires from her is even greater. Young-seo treats Seong-hoon to a home-cooked meal. He gives honest critique since she begs for it, even if it means disparaging her cooking.
WHEN AND WHERE TO STREAM BUSINESS PROPOSAL EPISODE 9 WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
The ninth episode of Business Proposal will be released on March 28th. Tae Moo and Ha-ri will be back on Netflix and SBS within a few hours after a week. Take a peek at the Episode 9 release time and SBS’ pre-released trailer here before the episode airs.
The continuing K-Drama Business Proposal, starring Ahn Hyo Seop and Kim Se-Jeong, is the talk of social media right now, as it has received worldwide acclaim for getting ‘cliché’ properly.