It may feel like certain actors or actresses have been getting quite a lot of coverage around here and chalk it up to upcoming dramas and corresponding exposure all converging together. Park Shin Hye just went back to Korea after spending a month in Southern California filming the overseas portion of Heirs of Their Inheritors. She likely wrapped up a lot of promotional work in South Korea before flying across the Pacific because for the October issue of InStyle Korea, Shin Hye hews closer to her real adult age for a Fall fashion spread focused on the color red. Looks like red is coming back in (*pencils it in*) and by golly does she look fantastic in it. I like that this photo spread doesn’t fall back on the easy stereotype the wearing read means va-va-va-voom or vixen, but instead it runs the gamut from cool to ladylike. I really love the picture above with the guitar, she’s really wearing the clothes well and the color looks fabulous on her. Her casting in Heirs was a conceptual disappointment for me in terms of wanting her to fully move past the school-age roles, and a step back from the maturity she showed onscreen in Flower Boy Next Door playing an adult-aged shut-in woman. I always got the sense that she’s more mature than her real age even when she was a child actor, probably something she shares with other child actors who grew up in the limelight. But I did want to see her pair up with Lee Min Ho so I guess it comes out to a wash that they are doing Heirs together. Check out the latest Park Shin Hye official stills from Heirs showing her lost in the dry California desert. If I were to put her official stills in Heirs next to the more adult look for InStyle, I’d pick the latter in a heartbeat. To change some words around in the Britney Spears coming-of-age song, Park Shin Hye is “no longer a girl, and totally already a woman.” Though for a famous child star, she did grow up very well indeed.