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"Warm and Cozy" Kang So-ra becomes a tough office worker

2015/04/21 | Permalink | Source

Stills of Kang So-ra in the new MBC drama "Warm and Cozy" as Lee Jeong-joo were released.

Kang So-ra looks busy in her office wearing a white blouse and grey suit. However, unlike her position as part of the general affairs department, she's seen holding cleaning supplies and wiping the frames of underwear ads. She looks flustered and we can hint that office life isn't smooth for her.

Kang So-ra gets to the set on time and greets every member of staff happily. She brightens up the atmosphere right away and has plenty of discussion with the director before the camera starts rolling.

Sources say she's the energy of the team and is eager to analyze her character and prepare to the best of her abilities.

"Warm and Cozy" is a romantic comedy about an exasperated ant and an affection craving grasshopper written by the Hong Sisters (Hong Jeong-eun & Hong Mi-ran) and directed by Park Hong-gyoon.

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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