Jung draws the wrong kind of attention from his boss when he gives Kimchee a ddong chim (Korean "wedgie") at work, which Kimchee takes exception to. Mr. Kim commissions Janet's friend, Gerald, to take his photo instead of asking Janet.
Kimchee is on the phone with someone named Phil in Jung's office. Jung tries to get his attention but he waves him off, continuing to speak to the phone. Jung sneaks up on Kimchee and gives him a ddong chim, and Kimchee jolts upward, telling the person on the phone that he'll call them back and hangs up. In pain, Kimchee, in pain, asks Jung what that was for, and Jung asks Kimchee to tell him about Phil. Kimchee had been trying to get Phil to chamois the cars, and Jung tells him that it isn't Phil's job, it's Kimchee's. Kimchee says that by disrespecting him, Phil is disrespecting Jung, because he is the assistant to the assistant, which Jung rebuffs the existence of. Jung says that they're friends, but Kimchee needs to stop taking advantage of his position, and Kimchee says that he's just having Jung's back. Kimchee reminds Jung that he wouldn't be working at Handy if it wasn't for him, and Jung agrees, but he isn't letting Kimchee screw up his hard work. Kimchee is offended at this, and tells Jung that it's funny coming from a guy who stole cell phones for a living. Jung argues that Kimchee stole cellphones too, and Kimchee says that he didn't get caught. Jung puts Kimchee on urinal cake duty for the rest of the week, and kicks him out of his office.
Shannon is in her office with Jung (because Kimchee reported the ddong chim incident to her) and says that one of the coworkers complained of Jung sexually harassing them. Jung asks her where it's coming from, and Shannon says that it's an anonymous complaint, but still coming from a serious place. Jung realizes that Kimchee is the reporter. and tells her that there has been a misunderstanding. Shannon says that she understands that he has never been inappropriate with anyone at work, Jung explains that he gave Kimchee a ddong chim, with "ddong" meaning "poop" and "chim" meaning needle in Korean, and that it was the Korean equivalent of a wedgie. Shannon says that she understands, but if Kimchee filed a complaint directly to head office, it could be considered harassment. Jung says that Kimchee gives him ddong chim's all the time. Shannon tells him to find Kimchee to resolve this, without using anything sexual.
Kimchee is in the staff room at Handy, icing with Jung used ddong chim on him, and Jung comes in, offering to get that icepack up a little further. Kimchee shows him a pamphlet for harassment, and Jung asks him if he's serious as this is a fireable offence. Kimchee threatens Jung with several quotes from the pamphlet. Jung protests that it was just a ddong chim, and Terence and Esi, another Handy worker, walk in. Kimchee raises his voice, pretending to be intimidated, asking Jung to not ddong chim him again. Jung turns to tell Terence and Esi that Kimchee wasn't really being serious, and it was just for fun.
Shannon has gathered the Handy employees for the meeting about harassment. Terence asks what it's about, and Shannon says that two of the Handy workers are having an argument. Terence says that he thought it was a lover's quarrel, and Jung affirms that he and Kimchee are not a couple, and that it was just a ddong chim. Shannon says that this is an opportunity to be more inclusive about each other's cultures, and states that when she was younger, her family used to pass oranges around the room with only their necks. Esi asks why Shannon is looking at her, and she says that there are only 5 people in the room, and that she needs to look at someone. Shannon restates that they need to respect each other racially and sexually, and tells Jung and Kimchee to just make amends with each other. Jung says that he's sorry, and Kimchee beings to thank him. Jung interrupts, and says that he is apologizing to everyone else in the room, not Kimchee. Esi suggests that they should just break up. Jung says they're not a couple, and Shannon says that maybe as friends, they should find some common ground. Kimchee says thay're not friends. Shannon calls a break and everyone leaves.
Kimchee is vacuuming out a car in a bent-over position, Janet is telling Jung about the photo incident at work, and he says that it doesn't matter what Appa and Umma think. Janet comments that Kimchee's position must be killing Jung, who says that ddong chim is for children and that he'll get fired if he does it again. Janet notes that she doesn't work at Handy, and rubs her hands together, approaching Kimchee. Jung tells her to gun it. 781b155fdc