September is the annual Big Issue for fashion magazines and nothing is heftier as a paper weight than Vogue. I’m appreciating that the most mainstream high brow fashion magazine isn’t always tossing edgy photo spreads at the readers and expecting us to be wowed because its so avant garde. I want just very pretty, is that so hard? Which is why I’m super pleased with the September issues of Vogue Korea and its baby sister magazine Vogue Girl Korea for featuring two actresses who could pass as sisters. A-lister Yoon Eun Hye dons Theory’s fall/winter line for the pages of Vogue shot in a studio, while newbie and fast rising actress Ha Yeon Soo visits Hong Kong and traipses around the SoHo district in the pages of Vogue Girl. I both love spreads, and I adore both ladies. Do I need to point out the most obvious similarity of their very luscious full-mouthed pouts? Up next for Yoon Eun Hy is the K-drama Future’s Choice (Mi Rae’s Choice after the name of the heroine main character) along with Lee Dong Gun and Jung Yong Hwa. I’m happy she took it because it sounds like a female-centric concept and I liked writer Hong Jin Ah’s last drama The King 2 Hearts (which was co-written with her sister). And directing is female PD Kwon Kye Hong, so we have a woman directing a script written by a woman and featuring the main character of a woman getting a chance to re-do her life by time traveling back and making different choices? This one sounds like a chance worth taking for Yoon Eun Hye and maybe we’ll get another rare K-drama with a interesting and well-written female lead character. Ha Yeon Soo is coming off a popular youth music drama Monstar and moving right into the tvN sitcom Sweet Potato Like Potato Star 2013QR3 with Yeo Jin Goo, who was last seen as the younger counterpart in Yoon Eun Hye’s last drama Missing You. I’m never surprised about these 3-degrees of separation in K-dramas anymore. I hope these two get to play sisters one day because that would be believable and adorable.