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Lee Yeon Hee and Shim Changmin “receive attention” for their unique fashion parade in Paradise Ranch

Seoul, Korea – Lee Yeon Hee and Shim Changmin’s unique fashion in their drama series is a hot issue.

Recently, in SBS TV’s Paradise Ranch, Lee and Shim, who have dressed up as “childish, divorced singles,” have been displaying a diverse fashion parade through their working clothes and official couple looks, attracting much attention.

The character that Lee is playing is Lee Daji, who is the official veterinarian of “Paradise Ranch,” a “childish, divorced single,” and an energetic character that never loses her laughter and throws herself into others’ matters with enthusiasm.

Because of these characteristics, Lee adheres to a fashion of comfortable working clothes, in which she can run with ease to places where help is needed, and is radiating a beautiful charm by caring for others.

Han Dong Joo, played by Shim, adheres to his fashion of a department head since he has to maintain his dignity as the resort’s general manager. However, when Han’s fashion gets involved with that of Lee’s, it suddenly changes into a working-clothes fashion.

Even though his dignity as the general manager falls when he wears torn plastic raincoats, cotton work gloves, and rubber boots, Han attracts much interest by radiating his real manliness while helping Lee and others.

Paradise Ranch, which portrays a shameless, rude love scandal of youths who divorced after marrying at the age of 19 and became childish, airs every Monday and Tuesday at 8:50 p.m.

By Seo Eun Hea (eune@tvreport.co.kr)
Photo from TVReport DB
Translated by Sung Kyu Chang / Korea.com

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