Just 10 days ago, we talked about the trend of hipster glasses among Korean female idols. The hipster glasses trend has even greater impact among Korean guys. Walking along the streets of Seoul, you will be able to see fashionable Korean men in hipster glasses. Let’s take a look at how the Korean male idols look with hipster glasses!
Many Korean male idols are spotting a unique hairstyle – bowl cut. It only suit guys with more volume hair and a cute face. Bowl cut will definitely makes the person look even more adorable than before. Let us take a look at the idols with this hairstyle.
Dongho (동호) – 10/10
As mentioned from my previous Airport Fashion Post, Korean celebrities will always be the centre of attention in the Airport as reporters are waiting & ready to snap pictures of them. However, it is more important for them to dress up comfortably for the flight. In this post, I will cover awesome Airport Fashion of members of SHINee and B2ST/BEAST and how they dress up casually yet in style.
BEAST left for Japan for United Cube Concert (유나이티드 큐브 인 재팬) at about 8:30am at Gimpo Airport today (24 Aug 2011). It’ll be held at Tokyo’s Nippon Budokan (日本武道館) on 25 Aug 2011. BEAST displayed awesome fashion, let’s check them out!
Many Korean celebrities are spotting (or have spotted) red hairstyle (빨강 머리). Let us take a look at the idols who looks great with red-colored hair.
In the previous post, we covered the hot summer bodies of female Korean idols. Korean ladies are obsessed with having S-line body. How about Korean guys? They are obsessed with having chocolate abs (초콜릿 복근). Therefore, many Korean idols train hard to have abs. Almost every Korean male idol groups will have at least one member with abs. Let us take a look at what the Korean girls love about their “oppa” and what the Korean guys aim to have, hot summer bodies.
Some of my readers had asked me through e-mails regarding Korean names. Most of them had asked me the meaning of the names of Korean idols.
Basically, Korean names comprise of the surname/family name or seong(성/姓) in Korean, usually one character. Exception includes Dok Go ( 독고), Namgoong (남궁) and more. Given names are usually Hanja based. Therefore, to understand Korean names, we ought to know what is the true meaning of the Hanja (Chinese characters) that are being formed. More commonly, names are two syllables. There are also individuals with only one-syllable given name, such as the case of Jo Kwon (조권). Rarely, there are also Koreans with native Korean names such as Sarang (사랑; Love), Byul (별; Star), Haneul (하늘; Sky) and many more. Let us see some of the examples of the meaning of Korean names which some of my readers had enquired.
SNSD’s Im Yoon-ah and Seohyun (Seo Joohyun)