Cha Seung Won and Yoo Hae Jin are the Derpiest of 70’s Fashion Brothers for July 2020 Marie Claire Korea

OMG I love this fashion spread so so much! K-actors Cha Seung Won and Yoo Hae Jin have done multiple seasons of variety show Three Meals a Day: Fishing Village and is currently winning viewers and hearts on this most recent season. Ladies magazine Marie Claire Korea creatively paired the two together for the cover and pages of its July 2020 edition and the theme appears to be 70’s Dorky Dad. The outfits are so fugly and fairly ridiculous I can’t imagine any guy wearing any of it in this day and age but maybe a solo item can be used to punch up a throwback look. Cha Seung Won was a famous model before he became an actor so he’s got the posing down perfectly but Yoo Hae Jin is just strong in bringing the attitude. Love it!

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Gong Hyo Jin Hangs Out with Best Love Costar Cha Seung Won as First Guest on 4th Season of Three Meals a Day: Fishing Village

Woo hoo, a great new variety show season to look forward to and an even better first guest star. K-actress Gong Hyo Jin will be the first guest on the upcoming new season 4 of Three Meals a Day: Fishing … Continue reading

Big name K-stars Don Subdued to Overly Labeled Gucci Outfits for Brand Event in Seoul

The Gucci event in Seoul this week brought out the gamut of fashion dressing that happens even within one couture brand. Gucci has always been fashionably loud and not in a good way though I appreciate the consistent vision of … Continue reading

Fantasy Characters in tvN Drama Hwayugi Reveal True Selves in Portraiture Posters

This Saturday is the premiere of tvN drama Hwayugi (A Korean Odyssey) and my optimism remains high even as excitement is tempered by the sad news overwhelming K-ent this week with the passing of a much loved male idol. The … Continue reading

Press Conference and Long Preview for Hwayugi Showcase Creative Fantasy Fun

I have to give the Hong Sisters credit, when their creative ideas work it does become something memorable even with hiccups. Their fantasy-tinged dramas like My Girlfriend is a Gumiho and The Master’s Sun remain dramas with strong positive goodwill … Continue reading