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 […]