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Lee Ji-ah in "Seol-ryeon's Story", disguised as a male

2015/11/11 | 1105 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Ji-ah looked good as a man.

The two-episode fantasy melodrama "Seol-ryeon's Story" on the 11th showed Han Yeon-hee (Lee Ji-ah) cut her hair short because her sister had lied that she was a man. Lee Yeon-hee wore a shirt with a tie and pretended to be a man.

Lee Ji-ah's deep features helped her to look more like a man. With long hair, she is the most feminine woman there is but in short cut hair, she looked manlier. Even in the later half of the drama when Lee Ji-ah comes back to being a woman, she gives off a manly vibe.

Yoon Eun-hye, Moon Geun-young and Park Shin-hye attempted to be men in the past. Lee Ji-ah was the closest to being a real man out of all of them.

"Seol-ryeon's Story" is about a man and a woman who reunite a thousand years later in their dreams starring Ji Jin-hee, Lee Ji-ah, Seo Ji-hye, Ahn Jae-hyun and Choi Min-I.

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