They are two of the most eligible bachelors in South Korea. Both in their 30’s. Both handsome yet strikingly different. One is a hunk the other is a quintessential flower boy.
GONG YOO for Singles magazine December 2013
One of my favorite South Korean actor. He has that boyish charm when he smiles. A perfect specimen of man-boy. It’s probably one of the reasons why many are enamored with this sexy hunk. For this cover shoot he flew to Jeju island looking right at home with nature.
LEE JUN KI for STAR1 magazine December 2013
He floated on everyone’s radar as the mischievous second lead in 2005’s My Girl almost stealing Lee Dong Wook’s thunder. He was whisked off to the military for close to 2 years and has recently made a comeback starring in 2 dramas Arang and the Magistrate, Two Weeks. He still has that “flower boy” quality with a blend of maturity on full display as he covers for star1 magazine.
It’s a battle of the boy bands aka idols. Both started out early and both have transitioned into acting. Who’s got the edge? Tough choice.
CHOI SEUNG HYUN aka T.O.P of BigBang for L’Officiel Hommes November
Touted as the most enigmatic member of the group with a taste for avant- garde fashion. This guy makes every girl wonder what’s on his beautiful mind. In the cover of L’Officiel Hommes he looks impeccable in a navy suit and perfectly coiffed hair.
CHOI SIWON of Super Junior of Arena Homme+ November
As the center guy of the group, he makes every girl swoon. He walks the streets of Hongkong and sheds his usual squeaky clean image for an unshaven, rough and tough look on the cover and pages of Arena magazine. What’s not to like? Purr..fection!
Both are recognized as “center girls” of their respective group. Both have made the “dating” gossip mill. Two different yet equally beautiful young girls.
SUZY of Miss A for ELLE
This girl is indeed turning into a woman. A beautiful woman. She sheds her wholesome image for a sexy photoshoot for SWAROVSKI crystals on the pages of ELLE’s November issue.
GOO HARA of Kara for Allure
She’s known for her teeny-weeny waistline.Her lovelife has always been colorful. On the pages of Allure magazine this November, she fulfills your “fantasy” in matching colorful wigs.
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Considered as two of Korea’s most handsome men. Both are amazing actors. One is off the market sadly but the other is still a bachelor. Hooray for the ladies!
JANG DONG GUN for The Celebrity November
Already in his 40’s, married and a father, this hunk ‘s still got what it takes to make ladies swoon and a celebrity status others envy. No wonder he was tapped to grace the cover of The Celebrity‘s maiden issue.
KANG DONG WON for High Cut Vol. 112
He’s been absent from the limelight for almost two years, thanks to the mandatory military service. Yet he’s star has never shined brighter. Channeling the “bad boy” type he graces High Cut‘s October-November issue.
I always tell myself that I wouldn’t be caught dead in the same outfit at the same event. But for celebrities sometimes it can be difficult. One day one star is wearing an time and the following day or week or even month, another star would be wearing the very same item. That is not the problem though. What matters is how you “rock” it.
The items in focus is a classic white shirt and an a line black skirt. Who wore them?
PARK SHIN HYE at a press conference for her latest drama Those Who Want to Wear the Crown, Withstand the Weight, The Heirs (SBS) which was held yesterday.
The belt is too big and too clunky. The shoes are great but not suitable and the shirt is just a tad long.
BAE SUZY at a product line launch of a ski boutique this afternoon.
The length of the skirt is just short enough to be sexy. The shirt is just the right size with just the right amount of accessories. And the open toed black pumps are perfect.
Needless to say, Miss A’s Suzy has got this one in the bag. Overall she just looks well put together. I would personally like to copy this style.
photo source: http://tvdaily.mk.co.kr/
The 18th Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) kicked off today at the port city of South Korea. Stars from all over Asia gathered for the event which will last from October 3-12 and will screen a total of 301 films from all over the world.
The Bhutanese film “Vara: A Blessing” was selected among 300 films to be this year’s curtain raiser. Hongkong superstar Aaron Kwok serves as the master of the opening ceremony.
If there ever was a theme, it would be white. A handful of stars and starlets alike donned a variation of white gowns and many opted for sexy, sheer, lace and chiffon. Most of the stars’ choices are considered a safe choice. My personal favorite would have to be Han Hyo Joo‘s pink lace gown. She looked classy and radiant in it. Among the men the best dressed is hands down — T.O.P or Choi Seung Hyun. He is known for his avant garde fashion sense and today he could have given Mr. Bond a run for his money.
Check out the gallery below.
Kim Sun Ah, with shoes to die for
Ha Ji Won, could have left the jacket at home
Yoo In Na shows her curves
“IT Girl” So Yi Hyun in a red satin gown
Aaron Kwok waves to the crowd
Lee Hyun Woo, dapper i n suit
Kim Hyo Jin, a classic white T can go a long way
Bigbang’s TOP – a dashing debonair
Han Hyo Joo radiant in pink lace gown
Dressing down is never easy. It takes more than just labels, it’s all about attitude. Casual, usually separates phoenix from pigeons.
This week on the (airport) runway.
Is this “too” casual or what? Who cares? Lee Bo Young has got her man anyway.
Sistar’s Hyorin is all for function and comfort
An over-sized jersey does not work for everyone. Good thing Lee Hyo Rim has the gams to show off
Lee Da Dee shows you how to do it with swag.
Lee Da Dae – not casual enough? Those shoes…I know!
Han Ji Hye — those boots says it all.