TWICE And GOT7 Develop into  Respectable NBA Attire  Units For Spring-Summer Clothing Line

TWICE And GOT7 Develop into Respectable NBA Attire Units For Spring-Summer Clothing Line

Twice And GOT7 Became NBA Apparel Sponsors(Photo : NBA Korea) Two times and GOT7 have secured every othermarketingmaintain a sponsorship with NBA apparel.

On Feb. 15, Twice was onceselected every bitthe hotunits for NBA's side roadinformal clothing emblem for the spring and summer timemodel line.

NBA Korea chose Twice as new models for their brand because of the nine members' bright and elegant image, believing that they're going toconstitute the brand's hip hop taste in a utterly unique way.

In shots from the group's contemporary photoshoot with NBA, the Twice individuals enthusiastically posed dressed in the clothing line's newly released hats and jackets.

Male idol workforce GOT7 has also been decided on as NBA models. In line with a representative of NBAKorea, "Because of the seven member's naturalsymbol and manliness, we think them so that you candisplay us variousother styles."

"GOT7 will prove us a new and the severalmore or less casual highway style," the representative continued. "With Twice, we've gotchose them as the models for our spring-summer line and are getting readymore than a few promotions to allure to consumers."

Previous models for NBA Korea's spring-summer clothing line come with Choa of AOA and Taeyang of huge Bang.

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Lee Min Ho poses sexily in

Lee Min Ho poses sexily in "Guess" attire for "Grazia"

"Grazia" released a few shots of model Lee Min Ho, looking good in some "Guess" jeans, for the April issue!

Showing off his tall stature and model-like good looks, Lee Min Ho does a variety of poses from lying down on a bed to half-sitting on a tall table. He even pairs up with a pretty female model for cute couple looks.

You can see more when the issue comes out on April 5!

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Won Bin and Soo Hyun (Claudia Kim) are sporty in

Won Bin and Soo Hyun (Claudia Kim) are sporty in "Center Pole" attire

Outdoor clothing brand "Center Pole" released more pictures of their models Won Bin and Soo Hyun (Claudia Kim). This year marks the third year that Won Bin has modeled for this brand since 2013 and the second year he coupled up with Soo Hyun of upcoming movie "Avengers 2".

The two look effortlessly gorgeous together, especially as they both have model statures and good looks. With their fantastic proportions, the two have no problems pulling off these bright and sporty outfits to look effortlessly sporty and stylish.

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Hook Entertainment explains the reason behind Lee Seunggis hospital attire while filming for Youre All Surrounded

Hook Entertainment explains the reason behind Lee Seunggis hospital attire while filming for Youre All Surrounded

Hook Entertainment explains the reason behind Lee Seunggi’s hospital attire while filming for “You’re All Surrounded”

Lee Seunggi recently drew curiosity from fans having been spotted in hospital attire while filming for his current SBS drama “You’re All Surrounded.”

The photo was taken on June 13th which was then posted on an online community forum in place of a drama spoiler. The publisher then wrote as a caption, “His eye injury looks too severe,” evidently radiating concern for Lee Seunggi’s seemingly unattended eye injury.

In the photo, Lee Seunggi was seen with a swollen eye and tightly pursed lips, donning a common hospital attire while walking quickly to an unknown location. His clothing suggested to many fans that Lee Seunggi had returned to filming too soon for his eye to completely heal.

In response, representatives from his agency explained that he had indeed healed, and was coincidentally filming for a hospital scene for the drama.

Hook Entertainment informed Newsen that “The photo was taken while filming the following scene of him entering a hospital after a gun fight on the set of ‘You’re Surrounded,’” adding that, “His swollen face and eye features are a result of the camera shaking,” as well as powerful makeup.

The agency added, “Since he had received treatment on the 13th, his condition has resulted well. If he was in a state as bad as the photo indicated, we would not have made him participate in filming.”

Still, some fans are skeptical of the truth behind the photo.

What do you think the truth may be behind Lee Seunggi’s current physical condition?

Sources: Star News, OSEN

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Crayon Pop's New Fashion Suggestion: Pastel-Toned Attire with Folk Play-Style Headpieces

Crayon Pop's New Fashion Suggestion: Pastel-Toned Attire with Folk Play-Style Headpieces

Crayon Pop's New Fashion Suggestion: Pastel-Toned Attire with Folk Play-Style Headpieces (Photo : OSEN) Girl group Crayon Pop recently filmed a photoshoot with a peculiar theme involving pastel toned attire, makeup, and Korean folk play-style headpiece.

Crayon Pop"s photoshoot for Women"s Central magazine was planned by Chrome Entertainment and designer Ji Chun Hee, who designed actress Lee Bo Young"s wedding dress.

Ji Chun Hee came up with the idea for the theme from attire worn in traditional Korean folk play, restructuring traditional costumes to fit modern standards of fashion.

The pastel-toned attire adds to the dreamy concept of the pictures, creating a new innocent look for the members of Crayon Pop.

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Lee Yeon Hee Sports 90s Makeup and Attire for Miss Korea in New Preview Stills

Lee Yeon Hee Sports 90s Makeup and Attire for Miss Korea in New Preview Stills

Lee Yeon Hee Sports 90s Makeup and Attire for “Miss Korea” in New Preview StillsActress Lee Yeon Hee grasps the 90s style through her new look for the upcoming MBC drama “Miss Korea.”

On December 16, the drama released images of the actress being approached by Lee Sun Kyun’s character. The photo reveals the actress sporting hair, makeup, and clothes of the 90s; despite the outdated style, the actress pulls off the old look through her beauty.

Lee Yeon Hee Sports 90s Makeup and Attire for “Miss Korea” in New Preview Stills

“Miss Korea” follows the story of a makeup company’s efforts to save the company during the struggles of the IMF by trying to make a high school beauty queen in to a Miss Korea. The drama stills portray Lee Sun Kyun’s character approaching Lee Yeon Hee’s character, in efforts to try and recruit the beauty to become a Miss Korea.

The drama photos show how elevator girl Oh Ji Young, Lee Yeon Hee’s character, becomes involved in the makeup company’s efforts to create a Miss Korea.

MBC’s “Miss Korea” will broadcast its first episode on December 18 at 10PM (KST).

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Girls' Generation Reveals Chic Attire at 'Hair Couture' Asia Launching Fan Sign Event

Girls' Generation Reveals Chic Attire at 'Hair Couture' Asia Launching Fan Sign Event

Girls Generation, Hyoyeon, Seohyun, Taeyeon, Tiffany

Girls' Generation Reveals Chic Attire at 'Hair Couture' Asia Launching Fan Sign Event Girls' Generation Reveals Chic Attire at 'Hair Couture' Asia Launching Fan Sign EventGirls' Generation Reveals Chic Attire at 'Hair Couture' Asia Launching Fan Sign Event Girls' Generation Reveals Chic Attire at 'Hair Couture' Asia Launching Fan Sign EventGirls' Generation Reveals Chic Attire at 'Hair Couture' Asia Launching Fan Sign Event Girls' Generation Reveals Chic Attire at 'Hair Couture' Asia Launching Fan Sign EventGirls' Generation Reveals Chic Attire at 'Hair Couture' Asia Launching Fan Sign Event Girls' Generation Reveals Chic Attire at 'Hair Couture' Asia Launching Fan Sign EventGirl group Girls' Generation members Seohyun, Hyoyeon, Taeyeon and Tiffany attended the 'Hair Couture Asia Launching Fan Sign Event' today at the Seoul Myungdong Olive Young.

These 4 members attended the event wearing very summer appropriate and sophisticated outfits.

They had a great time communicating with their fans at the event as well.

Tonight, members of Girls' Generation's unit group, TaeTiSeo, will be leaving for L.A in order to sing the national anthem at the LA Dodgers game on July 28.

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Japan Media Spotlights KARA's Fan Meeting, 'Focus on Attire'

Japan Media Spotlights KARA's Fan Meeting, 'Focus on Attire'

KARA, Fan Meeting, Japan

Japan Media Spotlights KARA's Fan Meeting, 'Focus on Attire'

Girl group KARA recently held their Japan fan meeting and gained much attention from Japanese media.

Many of the Japan media released many articles and news on KARA's fan meeting in Yokohama that was held on June 23. They were particularly interested in the group's attire.

One Japanese media wrote, "KARA's mini skirt attire had fans going crazy."

Another media wrote, "With their new theme being school the mini skirt school look caught the attention of fans."

It seemed that their fashion attire gained the most attention at their fan meeting.

At this fan meeting, they met with 24,000 fans with the theme of 'KARA school' and played games and was able to communicate with their fans.

This huge fan meeting proved KARA's overwhelming popularity in Japan as well.

During this fan meeting, KARA also announced that they would be holding their 2nd Japan arena tour in October. They plan to meet with a total of 140,000 fans during this tour. They will start on October 8 in Yokohama and continue on to other cities.

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Trying on traditional Korean attire

Trying on traditional Korean attire

[2] Hanbok: Where to go for traditional Korean attire

Brad Moore, the drummer of Busker Busker, got married last month. The spotlight thrown on him was not only due to the popularity of the band whose songs reached everywhere in the nation during the first half of the year, but the foreign couple’s love of traditional Korean garments. The drummer and his wife Dani Bacon wore Hanbok on their wedding. In a press conference before their marriage, the couple expressed their excitement at getting married in Hanbok, saying ”We love Korea and feel so lucky to wear the country’s traditional outfit as our wedding attire.”

The first step for Korean couples preparing for marriage is to search for Hanbok, along with where to purchase high-quality products at relatively cheaper prices. The most visited place for them is, for sure, Gwangjang Market located in Jongno District.

Trying on traditional Korean attire

Hanbok shops in Dongdaemun Market have maintained an unbeatable name value for more than 40 years now. The above picture was taken in 1999 when a local media outlet introduced the market as ′Fashion Mecca′ (photo: Yonhap News).

First established in 1905, Gwangjang Market’s commercial supremacy has been dominated by Hanbok vendors among the numerous selections from the initial stage and still remains Korea’s largest Hanbok-specialized complex these days. For this reason, Gwangjang Market provides couples with more options at an economical price. This might be the major reason behind the popularity of the market for them.

The Hanbok complex is a four-story building, with the first floor selling furnishings such as curtains and duvets, while the second floor specializes in retailing and wholesaling of Hanbok and the third and fourth are occupied by Hanbok experts who stay there doing the needlework all day long. First-time visitors to the complex might get lost, finding themselves in a maze.

Trying on traditional Korean attire

The love of the Hanbok crosses boundaries, receiving worldwide attention.

There are also Dongdaemun and Namdaemun Markets that have Hanbok-themed vendors run by Hanbok masters with 30 to 40 years of experience in making the traditional outfit. These Hanbok vendors are visited and enjoyed by a growing number of foreign tourists these days, due largely to the success of exported Korean dramas such as Daejanggeum.

“The number of foreign customers to the Hanbok shops recently increased, accounting for 70%” said H, who owns a store in Doosan Tower Shopping Mall in Dongdaemun Market. H attributed the public interest in Hanbok to its debut in historical dramas, citing what they ask entering the store. “Please show us the Hanbok featured in Daejanggeum.” The shared background of the majority of customers who are coming from China and southeast Asian countries such as Malaysia and Singapore might support the impact of the hit dramas since those regions are where Korean dramas have enjoyed the most explosive popularity.

Hanbok in these markets come in a broad range of prices. Traditional markets including Dongdaemun and Namdaemun set the price of traditional outfits to start from 40,000 KRW for children and 90,000 KRW for adults. The price can go way up depending on colors and the quality of cloth.

The majority of items selling in markets are modernized styles of Hanbok for daywear. For that reason, the City of Seoul has arranged an experience program for those who want to try on different styles of garments. Hanbok designed with colorful embroidery, vivid colors, and traditional patterns reminiscent of royal costumes are available.

Trying on traditional Korean attire

Taiwanese tourist Eis Shin (left) who visited the Unhyungung Hanbok Experience Center learned how to wear Hanbok properly and took a group photo with her companions. The group agreed the vivid color of Hanbok is beautiful.

The opportunity is offered at the entrance of the country. Incheon International Airport has a wonderful collection of Hanbok, from daily outwear for the common people during the Joseon Dynasty, luxurious outfits for gisaeng (the Korean version of geishas), to the royal costume of the king and queen. This free event delights visitors who take the time to wear traditional Korean outfits and pose like real kings in the photo zone.

Gwanghwamun, the heart of Seoul, also provides Hanbok experience events for the convenience of tourists. Unhyungung runs traditional costume experiences on a daily basis except on Mondays, from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Visitors to the palace can learn about how to wear the traditional attire of the Joseon Dynasty and walk through the palace while taking photos of themselves. The programs are in places in the vicinity of Gwanghwamun, such as Gwanghwamun Plaza just across from the Sejong Center, Namsangol Hanok Village, and also the basement of the Korea Tourism Organization near Cheonggyecheon Stream where tourists can enjoy a glorious moment of being king or queen.

Trying on traditional Korean attire

The experience program provided in Hanbok Cafe Studios include hair and make-up services that bring new entertainment to youth (photo courtesy of Goguan Studio).

There are also some costly but worthwhile programs around Insadong, such as Hanbok Cafe Studio. Visitors to the studio, mostly youths, receive hair and make-up services while they sip a cup of tea and capture the moments of the Joseon period for their private photos. The creative program brings new experiences to both domestic and foreign people who always hunger for new entertainment. Prices can vary depending on the options and types of services chosen.

- Unhyeongung -

Transportation: Seoul Metro Line3 Anguk Station Exit 4, or Line 5 Jongno 3ga Exit 5

Contact:02 766 9090

Website: http://www.unhyeongung.or.kr/index_eng.php

Rental fee: 3,300 KRW

- Tourist Information Center in the Korea Tourism Organization -

Transportation: Line 1 Jonggak Station Exit 5, Euljiro 1ga Station Exit 2

Website: http://english.visitkorea.or.kr/enu/GK/GK_EN_2_7_2_1.jsp

Contact:02 729 9497~9, [email protected]

- Incheon International Airport -

Traditional Korean Cultural Experience Zone (Antler, 3F)

http://www.airport.kr/iiacms/pageWork.iia?_scode=C2605010200

By Lee Seung-ah

Korea.net Staff Writer

Click here for part one of this series on Hanbok

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