If you’ve ever watched a historical Korean drama, like Moon Lovers or even the recent drama Hwarang, you’re probably quite familiar with what a hanbok is. Hanboks are a type of traditional Korean dress. Although there are also hanboks for men, we mostly refer to the hanboks meant for women. This hanbok style is the 2017 Korean fashion trend that’s in these days!
Here’s an example from the many traditional hanboks of IU during her drama, Moon Lovers.
Most Hallyu fans seem to be in the know of traditional hanboks. As beautiful as they are, they’re a bit of a hassle to wear for your everyday life. That’s when “daily,” or modern hanboks come into play.
The modern, or daily hanbok is a hanbok, only with some modern fixes added to it in order for it to be more comfortable for daily use. They’re often a bit shorter that the full-length traditional hanboks, made with different materials, rather than the usual silk, and have a wider variety of patterns. Check out a few of the “Daily Hanboks” forming the 2017 Korean fashion trend below!
Adorable children’s models are trying out the 2017 Korean fashion trend as well!
We can be sure that we’ll be seeing more of these kinds of modern hanboks in 2017, as well as variations to the already creative style. It’s only a matter of time before this style sweeps through the streets of Korea!
Unfortunately, since I’ve been busy with upcoming tests and projects, I haven’t had a ton of time to update. So yes, it’s proabably long past the 5th and 6th episodes of the drama series, but I saw a couple outfits from episode five that caught my eye, or that were just intersting. I decided to just join episodes five and six together for a review-And this time, only coats. You don’t mind, do you?
From what I would recall, Shim Cheong found this coat in some sort of dump. Well, if you had hopes that
From what I would recall, Shim Cheong found this coat in some sort of dump. Well, if you had hopes that since the coat was found in a filthy place in a drama, it would be cheap in real life, I’m sorry to inform you that is not the case.
LANVIN Long Chalk Coat-Around $3,350
Don’t expect a whole lot of cheap options from any of the episodes. Stars like Jun Ji Hyun are rarely seen filming in something that costs less than a thousand dollars. Reviews like these are made, not for viewers to go and buy the exact same thing, but to see a general idea of the fashion trends going on and how you can personalize that.
From what I’ve found, this coat is part of the MIU MIU 2016 Fall/Winter Season. It doesn’t look like it’s really up for sale anywhere, but I’m sure that there’s plenty of other brands that make coats similar to this one.
This coat/cardigan is also from Miu Miu. Considering how it’s most likely from a recent collection, there isn’t a set price tag on it yet.
Top Coat- STELLA MCCARTENY ‘Edith’ Coat-$1,010.80
Under Coat- STELLA MCCARTENY Oversized Wool Blend Tweed Jacket-$1,520
That’s the end of the coat review for episodes 5 and 6! My personal favorite is the brown-orange Edith coat, since I prefer more simple designs. Which coat was your favorite? Comment below!
The long-anticipated drama ‘The Legend of the Blue Sea’ has finally come out, already breaking records from Day One. Which, of course, is expected from the KDrama legends Jun Ji Hyun and Lee Min Ho. We all knew the moment they confirmed their roles that something big was going to happen. And on smash-hit shows like this, there’s bound to be amazing outfit matches. So here on kpopstuff, a lot of the posts are going to be centered around this new drama. Today is going to be on Jun Ji Hyun’s Legend of the Blue Sea fashion, especially focused on episode 2. We decided to combine episode on and two, just because there were more style options. Maybe I’ll add the two outfits from episode one later on as bonuses.
In episode 1, the nameless mermaid is caught by Lee MinHo in his ‘favorite’ sweater. I love how Jun Ji Hyun manages to pick out dramas that have her pull off some humorous acts too.
This brown sweater is by Beaker. It’s a men’s sweater, but she still looks amazing!
Leaving off from episode 1 into episode 2, our mermaid is still wearing the daring-sequined dress that leaves me wondering how Jun Ji Hyun manages to pull that dress off. She, of course, looks amazing, but I’m having a hard time imagining myself having any confidence trying to wear that same dress.
Dolce and Gabbana Sequined Dress-$5,595
Next is one of my personal favorite ways to dress on lazy days. A super long and loose-fitting blouse fits well with skinny jeans, leggings, and in this case, shorts.
The last outfit of Jun Ji Hyun’s Legend of the Blue Sea fashion for episode 2 is this simple black-and-white outfit, a white blouse and a black and white skirt. Simple and classy.
I am still in the midst of finding the exact outfit matches, but I do know that everything is from Louis Vuitton. I reallyi love the skirt though, it’s a nice length, and has a really interesing cut/pattern.
So that finishes off episode 1 and 2 outfit recaps! Maybe next episode I’ll be able to find a good dupe for some of the outfits. I’d just like to add that like many others, I’m still in awe in how Jun Ji Hyun can maintain her figure and act so well after just giving birth. It also will forever remain a mystery to me on how her skin stays amazing after her pregnancy and birth. Sigh. I guess some things are just not made to be, like me and good skin. Oh well. I hope you all enjoyed browsing through Jun Ji Hyun’s amazing Legend of the Blue Sea fashion throughout the whole drama!