As far as leading ladies are concerned, Seo Ye Ji's character on It's Okay to Not Be Okay is definitely the most stylish woman right now. Children's book author Ko Mun-yeong is surely loaded, too! Apart from her expensive and enviable wardrobe and top of the line gadgets, she also gets around the city in tightest rides.
We're again reminded of her glitzy lifestyle in the latest episode where she tosses Moon Kang Tae (Kim Soo Hyun) her car keys. "Come home as soon as you finish work. Come and spend time with me," Mun-yeong playfully orders Kang Tae.
What does the beige key leads to, you ask? Just a stylish Volvo SUV, NBD!
Here, we spotted the Volvo XC90 Hybrid SUV, plug-in car that can run up to 18 miles on pure electric range. It's promises a smooth ride with its "standard Pilot Assist system [that] can lend a helping hand by providing gentle steering support to help keep the car centered in its lane and at a set speed and distance to vehicles in front."
Having this SUV around will surely make your driving experience a breeze even in the middle of traffic! It's also equipped with "advanced filtration technology works to help make the air you breathe in the cabin cleaner."
But this SUV isn't just the lone cool car parked in Ko Mun-yeong's garage. In the previous episodes, Mun-yeong has been flaunting her ultra sleek sedan, too. Also from the same Swedish brand, her Volvo S90 sedan is a hybrid plug-in car that is equipped with an "Intelligent City Safety technology can detect and help you avoid a collision with other vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists and large animals–any time, day or night," a convenient feature she also enjoys in her six-seater SUV.
But we're not surprised why Mun-yeong favors more her sedan. Aside from its compact style, it offers a "Four high-definition cameras give you a 360° bird's eye parking view so you can breeze in and out of any confined space with confidence." It also boasts of "the "Blind Spot Information System (BLIS™) with Steer Assist can ease tension in busy traffic with alerts and active support, guiding you and your loved ones back on track."
The car also has an "Intelligent City Safety technology can detect and help you avoid a collision with other vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists and large animals–any time, day or night. This is probably why she was so confident speeding through the road back in episode 3! LOL, lucky Kang Tae!
Inside, the car's interior certainly suits Mun-yeong's luxe taste as the sedan is fitted with plush nappa leather. But this isn't even the coolest feature of the car. The car's head-up display (a.k.a. the windshield) "allows you to watch your speed, follow turn-by-turn navigation, answer your phone calls, and more." Imagine not needing to looking away to follow Waze, so convenient!
Tempted to buy the same ride? You better lock in multiple bestselling book deals like Ko Mun-yeong. Her hybrid cars bear a super hefty price tag. The Volvo XC60 starts at $67,000 (approximately P3,321,223) while the Volvo S90 starts at $63,200 (approximately P3,132,855).