Lee Jung Jae and Shin Min Ah's "Aide" officially aired last night, with a rating of 4.4% in the first episode according to Nielsen Korea. With this achievement, Aide became the highest rated drama in the first episode aired in jTBC's history, breaking the previous record set by "Man to Man" in 2017 with a rating of 4.1%
“Man to Man” (2017)
Besides, Aide's rating is also the 5th highest of all films that aired the first episode on cable channel in 2019, just behind 4 tvN dramas as Confession (4.6%). , Touch Your Heart (4.7%), The Crowned Clown (5.7%) and Arthdal Chronicles (6.7%).
Jang Tae Joon graduated from the Korean National Police University and worked as a detective. He wanted to gain more power and decided to work in the National Assembly. Now, he is the chief aide to a 4-time lawmaker. He has excellent intuition, a cold-blooded decisiveness and a strong desire to win. He was able to place his lawmaker in the position of the party representative, but Jang Tae Joon has higher ambitions.
Meanwhile Kang Sun Young is a first year lawmaker who got elected through proportional representation and is a spokesperson for her party. She worked as a lawyer and hosted a current affairs TV program prior to becoming a lawmaker. She is ambitious and does her job well. Kang Sun Young has an awkward relationship with Jang Tae Joon, whose boss is a rival of the senior lawmaker who got her to become proportional representation lawmaker.