Spanish actress Úrsula Corberó, who plays Tokyo in “La Casa de Papel”, traveled to the Japanese capital to learn first-hand the origin of her fictional name, in the successful Netflix series.





However, the model also worried its almost 12 million followers on Instagram, due to the recent epidemic of the coronavirus that affects Asian territory.

In fact, Corberó (30 years old) shared a photo with a mask during his visit to Tokyo.
“Tokyo in Tokyo,” the Catalan actress wrote on her Instagram account.



Although the Chinese city of Wuhan, the focus of the epidemic, is almost 2,500 kilometers away from where she is, her fans recommended Úrsula to leave the Japanese nation.

The coronavirus has already exceeded two thousand dead in about 30 countries in the world; In Japan, for example, there are already more than 600 confirmed cases and one deceased.

Fourth season of “The paper house” already has a release date
The band of robbers who made the assault on the Mint and Bell of Spain will meet in the fourth season of the Spanish series La casa de papel, created by Alex Pina, whose premiere is scheduled for next April 3, 2020 by Netflix.

In the 28-second trailer, characters like “El Professor” (Álvaro Morte), “Lisboa” (Itziar Ituño), “Tokyo” (Úrsula Corberó), “Helsinki” (Darko Peric), “Berlin” (Pedro Alonso) appear, “Nairobi” (Alba Flores) and “Rio” (Miguel Herrán); “Neither Professor expects this chaos,” says the legend with which the series announces its return.