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Go Ah-sung appreciates Bae Sung-woo's role

2015/08/24 Source

Actress Go Ah-sung brought out actor Bae Sung-woo's value.

Go Ah-sung played Lee Mi-rae in the movie "The Office" and Bae Sung-woo plays Kim Byeong-gook, the section chief of her department.

"The Office" is about Kim Byeong-gook who underwent mass pressure at work, murdering his whole family and the mysterious events happening at the office after his disappearance.

Go Ah-sung talked about Bae Sung-woo. "While we were filming a memory scene, we gave back and forth a knife and it was scary. The one used in the movie was retaken but actually it was scarier. We felt our tempers rising as we shot the scene. We even had to take a break in between. I went to the bathroom and breathed in and out with my clothes off. Bae Sung-woo really gets to you and it's a first. He's like a vampire. I don't easily lose my energy like that but he's amazing".

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