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His character was robbed in episode 1, but he quickly replaced his lost watch with another expensive piece.
If you’ve been following the newest hit Netflix mafia-tinged K-drama Vincenzo, then you know that Korean-born but Italian-raised consigliere Vincenzo Cassano is played by South Korean heartthrob Song Joong Ki. As a lawyer and consigliere of the mafia he serves, our anti-hero
Your jaws will drop just how much his jackets alone cost!
In case you're looking for a new lighthearted K-drama to watch, you might want to check out True Beauty! This fun new K-drama will make you fall in love with youth, makeup, and friendship. While we still haven’t decided if we are #TeamSuHo
Recognize that jeweled snake head emblem?
You’ve probably seen Bulgari’s iconic Serpenti handbag several times, especially if you’ve been binging K-dramas! Its luxurious design is the right combination of trendy and timeless, and who doesn’t want that? TOP STORY: We Found the Exact Beach Outfits Erich Gonzales Wore in AmanpuloWhether
Did you notice that K-drama leading ladies seem to favor a specific designer arm candy?
K-dramas are not just a source of exciting stories—here at the Preview HQ, we treat them as a fount of outfit inspos, too! And in case you're looking for a cute designer tote to invest your hard-earned money in, simply look to
We found her exact faves!
Start-Up fans, if you still can't decide whether you're #TeamDoSan or #TeamGoodBoy, then perhaps we can just all agree that we all want to steal a bunch of Seo Dal-mi's (Bae Suzy) outfits, right? From her bevy of blazers, sneaker collection to
Seo Dal-mi (finally) gives her worn out black pumps a rest.
If you’ve been excitedly following the new hit Netflix K-drama, Start-Up, starring Bae Suzy and Nam Joo Hyuk, then you’d know why everyone on the internet is gushing about the show! Following the life of young millennials who are hoping to make it
We swooning over IU's designer bags!
We love IU not only for her stellar stage performances, impeccable acting skills, and heart of gold, but also for her outstanding fashion sense. Even when she's not portraying a character, the artist's off-duty looks have cemented her as a true style
The model-turned-actress is a style icon in the making.
29-year-old actress Kim Yong Ji has an elegant face worthy of beauty campaigns. It has a sophisticated and foxy quality that made her magnetic in The King: Eternal Monarch, and it's these same features that are also perfect as a gumiho in
The actress reveals she has become more experimental with her own fashion choices.
Son Ye Jin skyrocketed to the top of our list of most fashionable K-drama leading ladies when she portrayed the role of Yoon Se-ri in Crash Landing on You. Independent, headstrong, and ultra-stylish, her character oozed with confidence and sartorial prowess as
Are we the only ones wondering how they're able to afford those designer items?
To state the obvious, one of the biggest reasons why we’re utterly obsessed with Korean dramas is the Fashion (yes, with a capital F). The characters are always dressed to the nines and each episode serves as a fount of sartorial inspo.
We're obsessed with their beloved choice of earrings!
K-drama leading ladies may have their own, unique fashion sense, but one thing is for sure: They grativate towards cool baubles and trinkets that can instantly upgrade their looks. Just take a look at this trio of leading ladies that have definitely
Get the scoop behind your favorite K-drama stars' designer looks!
If you love fashion and K-dramas, then chances are you’re already following @kdrama_fashion on Instagram, a.k.a. the ultimate IG account to keep tabs on if you’re always heart-eyed over the jaw-dropping ‘fits worn by stylish Korean stars on their beloved dramas, including
Step into her amazing shoe closet here!
It’s been a week since everyone’s latest K-drama obsession, It’s Okay to Not Be Okay ended, and honestly, we still can’ get over it. Ko Mun-yeong (Seo Ye Ji) and Moon Gang-tae’s (Kim Soo Hyun) whirlwind romance was one hell of a
From typical students to crazy rich heiresses.
K-dramas aren't only hyped because of their kilig-filled storylines. They're also often used as fashion pegs by their fashion-forward viewers. Throughout the years, some trends have changed in K-drama fashion, and some things still remained. From typical students to crazy rich heiresses,
This fashionable guy has a penchant for streetwear!
Korean fashion has been receiving a lot of hype locally, and it's especially true for Hallyu fans. There's just so much style inspo we can glean from our favorite K-pop idols and K-drama stars. Case in point: Actor Park Seo Joon is a true
And all the clothes she featured are from the ukay-ukay!
Everyone’s newest fashion icon is undoubtedly Seo Ye Ji, who donned innumerable designer outfits as Ko Mun-yeong on the hit K-drama It’s Okay to Not Be Okay. Given the astronomical price points of her ensembles, however, copping her style was always just an
See all the K-drama leading ladies who are obsessed with this lovely necklace!
One of the prerequisites that attract my attention when it comes to K-dramas is that the leading lady should have a stylish streak. Being a fashion writer, this feeds my visual preferences—I don't have to spend a good minute trying to improve
We're swooning over their designer ivory frock!
When we talk about Seo Ye Ji in the context of the hit K-drama It's Okay to Not Be Okay, the topic of her extravagant wardrobe cannot go unnoticed. In fact, if you ask us, it requires a deep discussion! But if
Here are five easy tips on how you can master the art of mixing and matching your earrings like Seo Ye Ji!
If you're a keen watcher of It's Okay to Not Be Okay and have a natural interest in fashion, then we can probably agree that Seo Ye Ji's character in the show is K-drama's most stylish leading lady. If you're lke us,
Mun-yeong also knows how to invest her hard-earned money into luxury watches.
In case you've been living under a rock, Seo Ye Ji is the most stylish K-drama leading lady right now. Her 'fits from It's Okay to Not Be Okay are certainly swoon-worthy, what with her gorgeous collection of designer pambahay, eye-catching LBDs,