Its Just Business…
the Romancing of Ahjumma, 2 Weeks in Busan: by Wanda Voy.
Twenty years ago, Ki Soo came to South Korea to redefine herself. Today, she is an aggressive and very successful chairman of a large advertising agency in Seoul. Lee Ho-Jun is climbing the corporate ladder rather quickly, but not rapidly enough for his liking. He wants to strengthen his position in Seoul’s business community, and Ki Soo is his means to that end. An arrangement is made and assessed for two weeks during a networking conference in Busan. Their partnership is tested as Lee Ho-Jun wants more than the agreed upon terms and demons from their individual pasts surface.
It was well known Ki Soo adored the company of young men. At every corporate gathering or any event covered by the media, she always had an extremely pretty flower boy behind her.
Per her given protocol, they were not seen touching her, other than lending a hand to get in and out of vehicles or to step up and down stairs. Rumors were always spread, though, about their activities away from the paparazzi, perhaps for good reason.
She operated this way for 15 years, ever since she founded FloridaCorp, five years after taking residence in Seoul. During those 15 years, not once did she decorate her arm with an employee, that is, until now.
Lee Ho-Jun entered her office with his campaign proposal in hand. The proposal was for an advertising campaign intended to target women 40 and over. The product was a high-end, sophisticated hybrid car with very nostalgic styling.
He gave his report, standing rather casually, but not disrespectfully. He sported an air of relaxed confidence. She couldn’t help but note he looked exceptionally beautiful in his nicely tailored suit.
In addition to his fetching appearance, she knew he had in him a well-rounded business savvy, a useful tool in the sales and creative side of advertising. Because of this, his status in the Seoul business community was high, despite his young age of 25.
“I would suggest giving the vehicle a test run, to get a feel of this car meant for women over 40, Ki Hoe Jang-nim.” He gave a very slight smirk. “They gave you a prototype to drive and flaunt. Perhaps your upcoming networking conference would be the perfect opportunity. The car can be shipped to Busan if you wish.”
She leaned back in her chair, sizing him up. He was trying, subtly, to wiggle himself into the networking conference.
She challenged him…
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It’s Just Business… the Romancing of Ahjumma, 2 Weeks in Busan
Wanda Voy, new eBook author, announces a new release.
Orlando, FL, July 4, 2016: Wanda Voy, newly published eBook author, announces her release, “It’s Just Business… the Romancing of Ahjumma, 2 Weeks in Busan.”
Voy, 56, is excited to embark on this new venture in her life. When asked why she decided to spend her free time writing, she said, “Sometimes, you just have to take a leap.”
The first of the series “It’s Just Business… the Romancing of Ahjumma,” “2 Weeks in Busan” introduces Ki Soo and Lee Ho-Jun, players in the Seoul business community. Ki Soo, a woman of 45 and expat from the United States, is Chairman of the Board of a huge advertising corporation and Lee Ho-Jun, a man of 25, is her Director of Creative Services.
“2 Weeks in Busan” is a romance novel, yet covers several controversial topics in its plot line, including cougar/cub relationships, gay relationships, child abandonment and abuse, crime against women, and corporate espionage. Meanwhile, the reader is lead through a growing romantic relationship, and descriptive elements of South Korea, her history and culture.
About the Author: Wanda Voy.
Wanda Voy admits to being nothing more than an alter ego of someone way too busy to be an author, much less an author of her least favorite book genre: romance. Wanda grew out of an addiction to K-pop and Korean Drama, two entertainment products of a very quickly growing and tiny nation known to the world as South Korea.
Somehow, over the course of a year or more, Wanda has created her own version of South Korea (and all of Earth, for that matter), with a focus on a couple of very unlikely people, in a very unlikely relationship, in very unlikely situations.
Hey, that’s what fiction is all about, right?
Wanda Voy looks forward to expounding upon and expanding this new fictional universe and hopes that all fiction readers will enjoy her efforts.