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La Casa de Papel: Úrsula Corberó says she got stronger while living Tokyo

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La Casa de Papel: Úrsula Corberó says she got stronger while living Tokyo

Spanish actress Úrsula Corberó, in isolation in Argentina alongside her boyfriend Chino Darín, due to the coronavirus, talked this afternoon with Colombian musician J Balvin, on a live on Instagram. The actress said she was looking forward to the fourth season premiere of "La Casa de Papel", next Friday (3), spoke about the routine in the quarantine and said that living Tokyo made her "stronger and more courageous".

To the singer, Ursula said that Tokyo came into her life at a time when she was tired of playing good girl roles in Spain.

"Tokyo is the character that changed my life the most. Not only because of the immense popularity, which had never happened with a Spanish series. But really, I am much more brave and strong since I played Tokyo. She has a strength, "he said.

She also talked about isolation. "Most of the time, I'm thinking about what to do," he joked, adding that he feels "very dispersed and concerned".

"When I wake up, the first thing I think about is the coronavirus," said the actress, who says she is distressed by the situation in Spain. "I feel very safe here in Argentina. And here I have a lot of people that I really like. I don't feel safe traveling, you know?", He said, adding that he misses his family.

Ursula said that she is unaccustomed to doing things on her own, since there were people to help her in Spain during the recordings. "At home, I have to do things and I'm like, 'How's it going?' She says, however, that she has been cooking a lot, working with clay and painting.
The new season of A Casa de Papel opens next Friday (3).

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