Yoon Shi Yoon Can’t Help But Be Smitten With Bae Da Bin In “It’s Beautiful Now”
“It’s Beautiful Now” tells the story of three brothers who avoid dating and marriage until their parents and grandfather come up with an unusual scheme to marry them off: the family announces that their valuable apartment will go to whichever brother can bring home a spouse first.
Yoon Shi Yoon stars as middle child Lee Hyun Jae, a successful divorce lawyer, while Seo Bum June plays the Lee family’s youngest son Lee Soo Jae. Oh Min Seok stars as the eldest son Lee Yoon Jae, a skilled dentist known for his painless treatments, and Shin Dong Mi plays Shim Hae Joon, a famous divorce lawyer who is the CEO of Lee Hyun Jae’s law firm.
In the previous episode, Lee Hyun Jae appeared on broadcast instead of the law firm CEO Shim Hae Joon. Personal shopper Hyun Mi Rae (Bae Da Bin) stepped up to help him out, saying, “I’m glad that there’s something I can do for you.” When she held up various pieces of fabric to help him determine his personal color, the brushing of her hand brought about a heart-fluttering moment between the pair.
Based on the newly released stills, Lee Hyun Jae and Hyun Mi Rae are about to get even closer! Lee Hyun Jae sits in stunned silence as Hyun Mi Rae leans in to pick something off his face and dab at his cheek. She seems unaware of his gaze as she focuses on the task at hand.
The preview clip for the episode also hints at something developing between the pair as they are seen sharing drinks together. A short clip also shows Lee Hyun Jae holding out his hand to make sure Hyun Mi Rae’s head doesn’t bump her head inside of the car as she sleeps.
The drama’s producers commented, “Lee Hyun Jae doesn’t engage in personal relationships with his clients, but he’s different around her. He always shows more interest in the bright and energetic Hyun Mi Rae, who is in turn inching closer to him. Keep an eye out for how they will come to realize their feelings and progress in their relationship.”
The next episode of “It’s Beautiful Now” airs on April 17 at 8 p.m. KST.
While you wait, check out Bae Da Bin in “Do You Like Brahms?” below: