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"Cinderella and the Four Knights" VS "Age of Youth" Park So-dam and Ryu Hwa-young's 'girl crush' fashion

2016/08/17 | Permalink | Source

Park So-dam and Ryu Hwa-young are drawing attention with their 'girl crush' fashion.

Park So-dam modeled for a merchandise brand called Lespor Sack.

She matched a shirt and jacket with a casual bag to look feminine and mature at the same time.

She plays Eun Ha-won in the drama "Cinderella and the Four Knights". The drama can be seen ever Friday and Saturday night

JTBC "Age of Youth" Ryu Hwa-young stars in the drama as Kang Ina and is becoming the next 'wannabe'.

Ryu Hwa-young came out on the eighth episode of "Age of Youth" wearing mint colored denim shorts looking sexy.

Meanwhile, "Age of Youth" is a youth drama about 5 college girls living under one share-house and it can be seen every Friday and Saturday at 8:30PM.

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