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Moon Chae-won, Shin Se-kyung and Shin Hyun-bin, modern Hanbok's

2011/09/22 | Permalink | Source

New generation actress' are attempting at historical dramas and wearing graceful Hanbok's.

In current historical dramas like KBS 2TV "The Princess' Man", SBS "Warrior Baek Dong-soo" and coming soon "Deep-rooted Tree", lead actresses appear wearing Hanbok's.

Moon Chae-won started off with a lively feel and has currently added on a mixture of nobility and pureness. Princess of a country, Moon Chae-won is attracting men's attention with her brightly colored and fancily patterned Hanbok's.

Giving off a strong vibe in "Warrior Baek Dong-soo" unlike a rookie, Shin Hyun-bin has been acknowledged for her steady acting. The prudence and charisma she gives off in her Hanbok is pulled off in her own style.

Shin Se-kyung is currently preparing for the drama "Deep-rooted Tree" to be broadcasted in October. She is a servant of a palace but managed to live the details clearly in the recently revealed poster. She pulled off a Hanbok looking elegant and innocent.

Meanwhile, "Deep-rooted Tree" will be broadcasted on the 5th of October after "Protect the Boss".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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