It’s that point of year again, for Halloween if you’re in the U.S. or for Halloween-themed parties if you’re elsewhere. And what does Halloween require from you? A costume. A dress this is either authentic (nothing is worse than a copy-cat costume situation) yet also presentations off your exclusive interests (because Halloween method you'll be in a position to let even your oddest interests be visible).
For all of you drama lovers, we’ve teamed up with Viki to sing their own praises some of our favourite drama-themed costumes! test them out and once you haven’t noticed the dramas we’re referencing, click the identify and stay up for more inspiration:
1) Orange Marmalade - Kim Seolhyun as Baek Ma Ri
Baek Ma Ri is simply your moderate highschool-aged vampire looking to reside her lifestyles and steer transparent of detection by way of her human classmates. Humans and vampires will have signed a peace treaty two hundred years ago but humans still worry and loathe vampires and Ma Ri would rather now not face that discrimination at school. But, her hiding is going down the drain when she catches the attention of Jung Jae Min (Yeo Jin Goo) aka the maximum neatly liked guy at her school. Life is rarely simple for a vampire college girl.
Get The Look: school uniform, vampire teeth, pink contacts, artfully scattered blood
2) Blood - Ku Hye Sun as Yoo Ri Ta
Yoo Ri Ta has no concept that the hot hotshot physician she’s running along is a vampire and Park Ji Sang (her new vampire cohort, played by Ahn Jae Hyun) is content to stay it that way. (Because, after all, being a vampire in a sanatorium stuffed with ill patients is his dream job.) Ri Ta is strict about paintings but harbors a lovable personality that slowly comes to gentle all over the show.
Get The Look: doctor gown, permed hair with directly bangs, bright red lips, and perhaps a faux blood bag (make it a couple costume with any individual dressed to compare you but also rocking fangs!)
3) Scholar Who Walks The Night - Lee Joon Gi as Kim Sung Yeol
An evil vampire has been lording over the kings of the Korean imperial circle of relatives for centuries and best people who are willing to obey him are capable of upward push to the throne. When Crown Prince Jung Hyung (Lee Hyun Woo) plans to assassinate the evil Vampire Gwi (Lee Soo Hyuk), Gwi kills him and leaves his youth friend Pupil Kim Sung Yeol to grieve him. Things take a turn, however, when Sung Yeol is became a vampire and is tasked with defeating Gwi once and for all. Can he in finding the call of the game memorandum left in the back of by Prince Jung Hyun that holds the secret to Gwi’s death? 200 years later, he solicits the assistance of bookseller Jo Yang Sun (Lee Yoo Bi) to discover the memorandum. But even with their blended efforts, can they locate the plan and effectively kill Gwi?
Get The Look: hanbok (specifically classic Korean scholar robes), tastefully spattered blood, vampire teeth, angsty expressions
4) Arang and the Magistrate - Shin Min Ah as Yoon Arang
When a tender lady is mysteriously murdered, her mischievous spirit comes back as a ghost. Yoon Arang is decided to determine why she died and good fortune is on her facet when she bumps into a young Magistrate, Lee Eun Oh (Lee Joon Gi), being able to keep in touch with the dead. He’s on a undertaking of his own, but Arang’s cussed endurance ultimately wins and he embarks on a adventure with her to find her killer in hopes that she’ll in the end leave him on my own after they do.
Get The Look: long hair, hanbok (traditional Korean dress), light makeup, massive circular tattoo on neck
5) Immortal - Angel Locsin as Lia Ortega
Despite a prophecy foretelling an epic struggle between the 2 species, Lia (a werewolf) and Mateo (a vampire) find themselves drawn together. As they grow closer, the powers mendacity dormant inside of them start to awaken and tear them apart. If you’re trying to find a low-key Werewolf costume, Lia is the very best personality muse for you!
Get The Look: green contacts, brow wrinkles, fangs
6) My Queen - Cheryl Yang as Shan Wu Shuang
Shan Wu Shuang is the most important editor for iFound mag and is willing to do anything else for a just right story. Case and point? Dressing up as a young student to sneak into a faculty and catch evidence of a top-level minister’s affair. But, life isn’t at all times effortless when it revolves only around work. Wu Shuang is very, very unmarried and still haunted by an coincidence six years ago that broke up her ultimate relationship. Can she figure out how to carve time in her life for every other person?
Get The Look: college uniform, huge camera, hair arranged to appear way too young
Alternatively: “A Witch’s Romance,” the Korean version.
7) Good Times - Hu Ge as Yuan Hao
Yuan Hao: sensible looking, rich, and the landlord of a height commute agency. His “fatal flaw”? Refusing to calm down and a critical aversion to marriage. His female friend is consistently nagging him to settle down (with her) and it kind of feels like there’s a countdown till the finish of the courting if he doesn’t propose. So what is he to do? Possibly get dressed like Madonna and carry out for her? (This scene has yet to air so we are not sure precisely why he’s dressed as Madonna but it makes for this type of wonderful Halloween costume that we had to incorporate it.)
Get The Look: red lips, red nails, a white dress, blonde wig, and an pissed off girlfriend
8) Office Girls - Roy Qiu as Zi Qi
When Zi Qi’s father, the Chairman of Jing Shi branch Store, demanding situations him to continue to exist a lowly entry-level salary for a year, he most certainly didn’t be expecting to need to clothe up in a green dragon onesie… But, if he can survive the year without revealing his true identity he's going to have passed his father’s verify and proved that he merits to lead the dept store. Easy, right? Well, no less than the costume is easy!
Get The Look: dinosaur onesie, flock of youngsters wanting to climb all over the place you
9) Fated to like You - Joe Chen as Chen Xin Yi
Chen Xin Yi is just some other cog in the office device – plain, hard-working, and an excessive pushover. Her without problems trusting nature and preference to thrill leave her incessantly being used and then tossed apart – similar to a post-it. When she starts to gain that she’s just a “post-it girl,” she finally takes the time to rise up for herself and exchange her life for the better. (Of course, in drama-land, not anything goes slightly as planned and Xin Yi finally ends up taking one wild ride to switch her life!)
Get The Look: plain work outfit, hair in a ponytail, glasses, dozens of post-it notes stuck for your frame with menial responsibilities written on them (pick up coffee, swap the printer ink, drop off equipment at the post office. etc.)
Alternatively: Fated To Love You, the Korean version.
Did we pass over any of your favorite Halloween drama looks? Let us know in the comments! Related