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Park Shin Hye And Taecyeon Share Adorable Moments On 'Three Meals A Day'

BY Adrienne Stanley | Aug 28, 2015 03:41 PM EDT


2PM's Taecyeon enthusiastically responded to the guest appearance of Park Shin Hye on the latest episode of "Three Meals a Day." The K-pop idol, who is often aloof towards other stars with some exceptions, playfully skipped throughout the set and was visually happy to work with the acclaimed actress.

The Hallyu stars shared several cute moments throughout the August 28 program, demonstrating their ability to work together while harvesting vegetables and preparing meals.

The "Pinocchio" star arrived on the scene and the guys reflected on their thoughts about her, including a scene where she called in to speak with the cast members. Taecyeon provided comic relief by using a fan that is brandished with his own image to cool off, as she stared at the adorable puppies.

"Three Meals a Day" provides opportunities for stars to strip away the polished image that is normally cultivated by their management. Park Shin Hye excels on the show, as an actress who is comfortable in the makeshift kitchen. She does not seem out of place when harvesting corn, in the countryside.

As noted by KDramaStars, during her previous appearance on the show, she is a perfect virtual companion for Taecyeon. His interactions with her serve as a counterbalance to the wonky image that was projected during his turn on "We Got Married Global," which did not necessarily highlight his ability to be caring towards another star.

The stars are most adorable when the evening turns towards dinner preparation and clean up. The cameras captured their ability to seamlessly work together and their desire to contribute towards the team.

Her guest appearances on "Three Meals a Day" continue to solidify her wholesome image. While Park Shin Hye may not be suited for variety shows that feature scripted couples, it would be interesting to see a drama where she is cast as the romantic interest of Taecyeon.


About the writer: Adrienne Stanley is a contributing editor for KDramaStars. She is also a contributing writer for KpopStarz, MTV Iggy, Viki and CJ Entertainment's KCON blog. Her passions include a love of K-pop and Asian drama. When she is not writing, she is hanging out on Twitter (@retrogirladdy).

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