K-actor Hairstyle Preferences: Up with Forehead or Down with Fringe

I don’t think this will end up being some great debate as much as a fun time to share personal visual preferences. While Korean actors are well known for being intensely easy on the eyes, sometimes their styling onscreen and in real life leave much to be desired – whether it’s visible pink lipstick in character, hilariously awkward ensembles, or hairstyle snafus that obscure the pretty underneath. One big haircut schism is in the forehead vs. no forehead battle, with recent years skewing heavily towards no forehead as male actor hairstyles onscreen have tended towards that flop of hair comb-down bangs looks.

Sometimes it looks fine to me and other times I just want to grab a comb and gel and push it back up. In a side-by-side comparison below of many well known K-actors, which do you prefer – up or down? I think up looks better more often than not except a few actors like Lee Seung Gi or Jung Il Woo look way better down, and conversely Lee Jun Ki and Ji Sung should always wear it up. Or be as lucky in aura as Hyun Bin and Gong Yoo who rock both equally. So much pretty in this post, I probably compiled it all for a quick click option whenever I am craving my honeys. Continue reading

School-aged Pictures of Popular Hallyu K-actors Show the Before and After

For years I’ve been seeing these types of pre-star pictures floating around here and there, and finally decided to collect as many as I can into one post. Half of it is for my own viewing lulz and the other … Continue reading

Romance C-movie The Beloved with Joe Cheng, Kim Bum, and Wang Li Kun Premieres at BJIFF

It’s nearly premiere time for romance C-movie The Beloved (Chinese title 重生爱人 means Reborn Lover). Starring C-actress Wang Li Kun, K-actor Kim Bum, and TW-actor Joe Cheng, this movie collected main leads with different ethnicity while sharing the same incredible good … Continue reading

Lee Min Ho Costars and Good Friends Turn Out En Masse for Gangnam 1970 VIP Premiere

The upcoming gangster noir period film Gangnam 1970 has basically turned into the Lee Min Ho show even if the movie has him co-headlining along with Kim Rae Won. If I were Kim Rae Won I wouldn’t let this bother … Continue reading