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Seo Ji-hye | 'Crash Landing on You' Episode 4 Fashion - Look 228-DEC-2019 Seo Ji-hye

Crash Landing On You” is one of the most-awaited K-Drama of the year starring Son Ye-jin and Hyun-bin. The drama is finally starting this weekend on Dec. 14 on the cable channel tvN.

Among the lead actors, there is actress Seo Ji-hye. She is acting as Seo Dan a North Korean musician.

Let's take a look at the skirt Seo Ji-hye wears in episode 4 of Korean Drama 'Crash Landing On You'.

In episode 4, Seo Ji-hye wearing a deconstructed skirt from PORTS 1961.Her skirt is brown virgin wool deconstructed skirt from Ports 1961 featuring a high rise, a short length, draped details, a knot detail and a print mix.

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PORTS 1961 -  deconstructed skirt

About 'Crash Landing on You'

Crash Landing on You (Korean: 사랑의 불시착; RR: Sarangui Bulsichak; lit. Love's Emergency Landing) is a 2019 South Korean television series starring Son Ye-jin, Hyun Bin, Seo Ji-hye and Kim Jung-hyun. It premiered on tvN on December 14, 2019.

The series tells the secret romance between a South Korean heiress of a conglomerate and a high-ranking North Korean officer. Yoon Se-ri (Son Ye-jin) is an heiress to a conglomerate in South Korea. One day, while paragliding, an accident caused by strong winds leads Yoon Se-ri to make an emergency landing in North Korea. There, she meets Ri Jung-hyuk (Hyun Bin), who is a North Korean army officer. He tries to protect her and hide her. Soon, Ri Jung-hyuk falls in love with Yoon Se-ri.

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About the Celebrity

Seo Ji-hye (Korean: 서지혜; born August 24, 1984) is a South Korean actress. After first attracting attention in the horror film Voice, Seo has since starred in numerous television dramas, notably Shin Don (2005), Over the Rainbow (2006), I Love You <3 (2008), Chunja's Happy Events (2008), 49 Days (2011), The Moon and Stars for You (2012) and Punch (2014), Don't Dare to Dream (2016) and Surgeons (2018).