Employees : Ok boss, I admit I did it.
Boss : YOU'RE FIRED!!!
I remember when I was in BMT my fucking corporal used the same strategy.
We were doing our 10 km road march and had our first rest after a few km(s). Then he wanted us to open our water bottles and pour a full cap of water. Many people started gulping, and then he said he didn't give instructions for us to drink. Some were into their second and third cup. He then wanted those who had taken a sip of water to own up. He said he saw some of us drinking and wanted those involved to own up. Otherwise, he would tekan us jialat jialat if we were picked up by him.
I was among the few who had secretly taken a few sips. But I didn't believe he saw me doing it. The few who owned up kanna "long weekend".
Trump and his Japanese host Shinzo Abe began by delicately spooning out the food into the pond to the waiting koi, which had been rounded up by a clapping Japanese aide. The US leader apparently lost patience with this method and just dumped his entire wooden box of fish food into the pond.
Same dude offers USD $100,000 cash upfront to buy over any dog he sees being walked by owners on the street.
A note regarding Korean dramas, moreso than China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, or (smirk) especially Singapore TV dramas, 9 out of 10 Korean dramas involve the hapless and helpless man-in-street hero, struggling against a conspiracy of overwhelming evil and invariably corrupt powers that be, usually a combination gang of powerful politicians, police chiefs, heads of government and/or judiciary, CEOs, billionaires, etc. And of course, what makes these Korean dramas particularly similarly entertaining, is that the bad guys (6 out of 10 characters) are all plotting against each other as well.
Gone are the days of oversimplistic good main character vs evil main character. This is a good development for Dramas, because it that much more accurately represents real-life. Welcome to physical incarnation!