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Go Ah-sung and Ha Seok-jin in "Radiant Office"

2017/01/23 | 2267 views | Permalink | Source

An office comedy is coming up in March.

The new MBC drama "Radiant Office" starring Go Ah-sung and Ha Seok-jin is coming soon.

"Radiant Office" is about a rookie employee who does what she wants and says what she wants ever since she finds out she's terminally ill.

This rookie named Eun Ho-won is played by Go Ah-sung. She finds out she might be dying while she is looking around for a job. She gets a job in the furniture business but she goes from timid and shy to a bold but low-ranking employee. She struggles to stay put in what could be her first and last job ever.

Marketing Team manager is played by Seo Woo-jin. He's a workaholic who meets Eun Ho-won and finds out she's a pain in the neck. This is Ha Seok-jin's first leading ground-wave drama.

"Radiant Office" won the grand prize at the MBC Drama Script Contest in 2016. Writer Jeong Hee-hyeon's bubbly story and director Jeong Ji-in's directing is increasing anticipation for the drama.

The first episode will be released in March.

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