Actress Go Ah-sung / Korea Times file photo Lee Hyo-won Korean cinema suffers a serious shortage of strong female personas, in particular younger 20-somethings without a K-pop pedigree. Since making her big-screen debut with Bong Joon-ho’s "The Host," Go Ah-sung has been paving a unique trail as a young actress, into the international with the worldwide hit "Snowpiercer" and Netflix series "Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories." In spite of her stellar film , however, the screen star, turns 25 in August, has remained rather unfamiliar the larger Korean public. This seems have , however, with the actress’ small-screen break as the feisty young rookie in the drama "Radiant ." During its run from March through May, countless white-collar workers and young job-seekers in the country have sympathized with Go’s character, Eun Ho-won, a desperate young woman who tries commit suicide over her failure land a job, and who eventually makes her way into an office _ and through life _ with a feisty spirit. Go sat down with The Korea Times a few weeks shooting wrapped on the much-buzzed about TV series and spoke about tackling a happy personality […]

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