K-stars Attend Be With You Movie Premiere Starring Son Ye Jin and So Ji Sub

A weepy romance movie starring So Ji Sub and Son Ye Jin, of course the VIP movie premiere for Be With You would be bursting at the seams with celebrity guest attendees. Song Seung Heon looked his preppiest best at the event, there to support both his best guy friend So Ji Sub and his former weepy romance drama costar Son Ye Jin from their Summer Scent days. The most striking looker was Park Bo Gum with a very long middle part hairstyle that’s actually kinda cute on him. Growing up former child actress Kim Sae Ron is fully in her young adult phase now and pretty as ever. One fashion item I noticed on a handful of guests was the trench coat whether buttoned and buckled or open and flapping, looks like this is the next big outerwear now that giant puffy down jackets are ready for retirement.


K-stars Attend Be With You Movie Premiere Starring Son Ye Jin and So Ji Sub — 10 Comments

  1. Can’t wait watching between So Ji Sub and Son Ye Jin. Whoever cast them as a couple is brilliant. Son Ye Jin, she is really very very pretty!

  2. That robotic hand-wave that is a red-carpet trademark of so many Korean stars. So awkward and so not at ease with themselves.

    The baggy trench-coat is the rave right now. All girls in Taiwan are sporting this look, to go with the shortened hair a la Yoona.

    • I visit Seoul every year. The long trench, and the long ankle sweater with side slits has been the rage for the past 1.5 ~ 2 years already in Seoul.

      Along with the rest of Asian, including the trendy China, Taiwanese crowd here in my Canadian city, along with the Japanese and Koreans.

      Back to retro with flared pants too. Either with tailored blouses,cropped sweaters or long sweater tops.

      Teamed with with black slides (a more sophisticated version of the blue and white striped Adidas ones), or black slide skate-shoe slip ons on (all designers have a variation of this – from Michael Kors to Vans) or chunky sneakers.

      Bomber jackets are another look. They’re sometimes still worn with the long flared pants too.

  3. The Japanese movie version is a tearjerker, the dorama version was okay but I didn’t get the same feeling.
    I wonder if they’ll keep the ending and twist the same or have they changed the story compeletely.

  4. All the men are dressed appropriately for the season, but all the women are in late spring/summer clothing, aren’t they freezing? they even forgo stockings.
    Is it that important to show lots of skin!?

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