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Monday, March 15, 2010

OL Supreme

Title: OL Supreme
Previous Title: Queen of the Office
Chinese Title: 女皇辦公室 [Neui Wong Baan Gung Sat]
Cast: Liza Wang. Ron Ng, Denise Ho, Chapman To, Joel Chan, Lau Kong, Angelina Lo, Kwok Fung, Lee Ka Sing, Sherry Chen, Patrick Dunn, Cheong Kwok Keung, Lam Lei, Sire Ma, Wilson Tsui, King Kong, Joey Mak, Yu Si Yiu, Daniel Kwok, Koni Lui..etc
Episodes: 80
Broadcast: 2/22/2010 [Sitcom]
Genre: Modern/Comedy
Producer: Wong Wai Sing


Divorced LUI SIU FUNG (Liza Wang) is the CEO's secretary of a mall management company and is the head of the company's secretaries. She has been working hard for many years in the company, deeply gaining the trust of the CEO SO DAI TUNG (Cheung Kwok Keung). SO is weak and afraid of dealing with situations, therefore behind the scenes its Fung who takes care of all the big business and issues happening around the company. The office is Fung's strongest area, she is the Queen of the Office, everyone in the company is afraid of her!

The Publicity Department will soon have a new manager, during the recruitment process Fung encounters single father SI SAP YAT (Chapman To) who she did not see as a secretary for a variety of reasons, but in the end he was appointed as one. One man in the secretary world led dominated by will eventually lead to a series of storms. Turns out that the new manager is no other than Fung's long lost daughter MIU SIK CHI (Denise Ho)!

Sik and Fung were separated for several years, the mother and daughter were originally very happy together, but Sik is very cold towards Fung. Sik's position is even higher than Fung in the office and was not adapted to the rules set by Fung. She was also not satisfied with how Fung treated her father in the past. In the office, the relationship between the two were full of storms, troubles and hatred.

Fung and her neighors knew each other for many years, but even after work Fung thinks of herself as a Queen. Fung is longing to learn more about her daughter Sik, but wanted to save face so she asked Sik's childhood nerdy friend LING SIU KEI (Ron Ng) who is a fan of busses to help be the mother and daughter's bridge. Kei lacked a mother since youth, while Fung who watched his growth is like a mother to him. When Sik and Fung met again, she recommended him to work in Fung's company becoming colleagues. After a while of working together, Kei unconsciously fell in love with Sik who only thought of him as a brother.

Credits - AsianFanatics, Asian Universe

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