Actress Go Ah-sung /​Korea Times file pho­to By Lee Hyo-won Kore­an cin­e­ma suf­fers from 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, break­ing into the inter­na­tion­al scene with the world­wide hit “Snow­piercer” and Net­flix series “Mid­night Din­er: Tokyo Sto­ries.” In spite of her stel­lar film career, how­ev­er, the screen star, who turns 25 in August, has remained rather unfa­mil­iar to the larg­er Kore­an pub­lic. This seems to have changed, how­ev­er, with the actress’ small-screen break as the feisty young rook­ie in the office dra­ma “Radi­ant Office.” 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 to com­mit sui­cide over her fail­ure to 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 after shoot­ing wrapped on the much-buzzed about TV series and spoke about tack­ling a hap­py per­son­al­i­ty […]