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Lee Hyun Woo, Seo Joon Young and ZE:A’s Kwang Hee Dress in Drag for ‘To the Beautiful You’

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2012.08.29 18:00 Mwave Stewart Ho

Already known for their pretty looks, some of the male cast members of SBS’ To the Beautiful You are getting all dolled-up.

The upcoming two episodes of the idol-studded drama will see a ‘drag parade’ of sorts as some of the male cast members will show their individual merits dressed as women.

The preview images shows Lee Hyun Woo wearing a girl’s school uniform, long wig and a big polka-dotted bowtie on his head to transform as the ‘ribbon girl’. Seo Joon Young, who is known for his masculine charms and personality, makes a 180-degree transformation as he wears a ruffled pink top over a skirt and tights and strikes various poses in his wig and matching bow tie while holding a flower bouquet.

Not to be outdone, Kwang Hee channels his best idol girl group impersonation as he struts and moves on the stage with his polkda-dotted skirt, tights and, yes, a curly hairpiece while dancing to miss A’s Good Girl, Bad Girl.

Lee Hyun Woo, Seo Joon Young and ZE:A’s Kwang Hee Dress in Drag for ‘To the Beautiful You’

The dress-up comes as their respective characters come to enter a ‘dress-up’ contest for a student festival within the drama’s storyline.

The humorous scenes were shot on Augsut 20 at a university near Icheon.

Rather than showing any hints of awkwardness or discomfort with the drag scenes, the three actors were all game, as they immediately brought on their best girl impersonations much to the amusement and praise of the staff members. The three showed such gusto for the scenes that their respective parts were said to be filmed in record time for the drama.

Lee Hyun Woo’s transformation will air in the upcoming fifth episode while Seo Joon Young and Kwang Hee will follow in the next day’s sixth episode.

Photo Credit: SBS

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