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"Radiant Office" Go Ah-sung and Lee Dong-hwi's 007 escape

2017/02/27 | Permalink | Source

"Radiant Office" Go Ah-sung and Lee Dong-hwi aroused laughter with their 007 escape from the hospital.

The new MBC drama "Radiant Office" is an office drama about an office worker who changes completely after getting diagnosed with a terminal illness.

Go Ah-sung takes on the role of Eun Ho-won and Lee Dong-hwi is Do Ki-taek, a romantist.

The stills released on the 28th show Go Ah-sung and Lee Dong-hwi working as a team and exchanging looks, looking very determined about something.

Go Ah-sung looks like a spy flat on the ground and she's sending a message to Lee Dong-hwi with her eyes. Lee Dong-hwi looks as if he's seen a ghost.

Will they be able to escape from the hospital?

Go Ah-sung and Lee Dong-hwi put their heads together to think of ways to make the drama seem funnier.

"Radiant Office" will begin in March.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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