5 Style Points You Can Copy from Seo Kang Jun’s Leading Ladies

We’ve all dreamt at one point what it would be like to star alongside Seo Kang Jun in a romantic drama. I know I have! While only a select few can be so lucky to snag the role, it doesn’t mean that we can’t cop their signature style. With these style points from Seo Kang Jun’s lovely leading ladies, you too can show off your charms and live out that romantic drama you’ve been dreaming about.

Ae Ra’s Stunning Eye Makeup in Cunning Single Lady

Cunning Single Lady

Lee Min Jung plays Ae Ra, a divorcee who happens to catch the attention of her fellow intern Gook Seung Hyun (played by Seo Kang Jun) while scheming for revenge against her ex-husband. One signature look Ae Ra has down pat is a smoked-out winged liner makeup look. It’s no wonder Seung Hyun is so attracted to her!

To achieve the look, try going for a gel-type eyeliner pen. You can switch it up from a defined cat eye to a sultry smoked out eye make up look.

An So Hee’s Elegant Dangling Earrings in Entourage

Entourage K-Drama

An So Hee playing herself and Seo Kang Jun’s love interest in Entourage is gorgeous even when she wears sweats in the show, but the one look that definitely shined was in her white dress and dangling earrings during her kissing scene with Seo Kang Jun.

Go for long, dainty earrings rather than a heavy-looking pair. This helps accentuate the neckline and keeps everything looking elegant and long.

RELATED: Seo Kang Jun invites fans to see him in his Manila fan meet

Hong Seol’s Casual Outfits from Cheese in The Trap

Cheese in The Trap Fashion

Seo Kang Jun may have given us all a case of Second Lead Syndrome in this drama, but we can’t help but love him being paired up with Kim Go Eun as Hong Seol in Cheese in The Trap! And Hong Seol’s whole wardrobe in the drama is definitely steal-worthy. It’s a style with easy, casual, AND interchangeable pieces that any body can rock.

If you’re looking to add one basic piece to your wardrobe, consider a denim jacket. It’s perfect to dress up or down and works in most climates. This one is Hong Seol-approved!

Kang So Bong’s White Trainers in Are You Human Too?

Are You Human Too?

It’s essential that Nam Shin III’s bodyguard has a comfortable pair of shoes, and Kang So Bong’s stylish white trainers are a great way to be mobile while also looking effortlessly fashionable.

White canvas shoes are the more affordable option, but if you’re looking to up your shoe game, go for a white leather or leatherette sneaker that can be dressed up or down.

Lee Young Jae’s Short Haircut in The Third Charm

The Third Charm

In the drama, Lee Young Jae gives up college and starts working as an assistant hairdresser. While her experiments with On Joon Young don’t end up great, Esom as Lee Young Jae sports some stylish and surprisingly on-trend locks in the show.

If you’re looking to cut your hair, a short bob is a good choice for the summer weather, and with or without bangs, it helps frame the face. For those that want to keep their long locks, opt for long layers that add movement without losing volume.


Which style point was your favorite? If you’ve always wanted to meet Seo Kang Jun in the flesh, now is your chance to grab tickets to see him live at his fan meeting, The Last Charm: Seo Kang Jun Live in Manila! Click here for more info and ticket details!

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