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[ChanMi's drama news] Kim Min-hee vs. Han Ye-seul

2008/08/20 | 252 views | Permalink | Source

Two glamorous stars who have great fashion sense are coming on the screens through dramas. Kim Min-hee will be in the drama "Love and Marriage" ("Date, Marry") which will start broadcasting this 25th and Han Ye-seul is starring in "Tazza" which will be aired in September.

The two stars have been models with similar body sizes. Through the dramas, they will be showing off luxurious styles.

In the April's Baeksang Art Awards, Kim has received Female Movie Star Award and Han has received New Rising Movie Star Award.

In the new dramas, they will also be wearing fancy dresses as they did in real life on red carpet. Kim's character wears simple yet clean cut career woman outfits and Han's character, femme fatale's lasvicious style.

Let's all look forward to their fancy costumes they will be wearing!

Source : cynews.cyworld.com/se...

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