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Seo Ye Ji Finally Wore Sneakers in IOTNBO and We Found the Exact Pair

Who knew her shoe closet also has a pair cool sneakers?
Seo Ye Ji Finally Wore Sneakers in IOTNBO and We Found the Exact Pair
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Who knew her shoe closet also has a pair cool sneakers?

If you're like us, waiting patiently for the next It's Okay to Not Be Okay episode just to keep up with Seo Ye Ji's 'fits, then you're in luck! The latest episode is actually a special one for us. As you know, Seo Ye Ji's character, Ko Mun-yeong has a thing for fancy pambahay, sweet rides, designer clothes, and of course, stunning stilts. Hence, we let out a collective gasp when she appeared in episode 9 wearing a pair of sneakers!

We seriously have to know what pair this heel lover has in her shoe closet! As it turns out, Mun-yeong wore a pair of Kenzo sneakers emblazoned with the brand's iconic tiger symbol.

 

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Here, she exchanges her Minju Kim printed frock for a more practical outfit to her road trip with Moon Gang-Tae (Kim Soo Hyun).  Mun-yeong wears a Kenzo button down shirt, a pair of high-waisted carrot-cut trousers, and sneakers—a refreshing break from her usual choice of statement dresses, dainty coordinates, and of course, heels!

 

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But Mun-yeong's undying love for footwear with height boosters is still pretty evident. Her Kenzo pair is actually a platform which adds inches to her height without giving our fave author ankle pain.

 

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Want to cop the same kicks? This platform sneakers is actually a reinvented version of Kenzo's Move trainers. It's made of suede, smooth leather, and water-resistant nylon. It also boasts of an ergonomic shape for perfect support and long walks. Additionally, it bears the brand's vintage Tiger created by its founder, Kenzo Takada, back in the '80s.

 

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Move platform sneakers, 360 USD (approximately P17,800), KENZO

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