K-pop may be at the cutting edge of modern culture, but it’s always fun to bring it back to its roots. Traditional Korean fashion that pays homage back to the past instantly elevates any look. Look no further for the best examples of Korean fashion from the past. Here are just some.
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This stunning combination of traditional and modern elements creates a striking juxtaposition Hanbok styles and ultra-modern streetwear, Kai’s “Peaches”This music video showcases the best Korean fashion has to present. The set also features some East Asian styles that are still popular today. The result is stunning!
2. TWICE – “Cheer Up”
TWICE showcases a lot of fashion versatility in this throwback track, but I can’t help but feel totally captivated by rapper Dahyun’s red-and-white floral hanbok! She even had her hair pulled back in a traditional fashion. And her accessories only added to the beauty of the look. This look is truly elevated by the attention to detail.
3. ONEUS – “LUNA”
ONEUS definitely doesn’t shy away from traditional fashion, and their music videos are all the better for it! They’ve featured traditional Korean-inspired styles in a few of their music videos, but the looks from “LUNA”These outfits are memorable. The outfits are stunning, but choreography makes extensive use of Korean dance moves. jeobseonFolding paper fan.
4. (G)I-DLE – “HWAA”
(G.I-DLE’s ladies featured many traditional Korean elements in their clothing “HWAA” music video – with a distinctly modern twist. Look out for the tasseled! norigae worn at their waists and for Miyeon’s beaded hairpiece that’s reminiscent of pins worn with a hanbok. Even Yuqi’s glittery blue parasol pays homage to traditional Korean styles!
5. Stray Kids – “Back Door”
This music video is a masterclass at blending traditional Korean clothing with modern pieces to make it more luxurious. By embracing patterns and embroidery inspired by hanbok and layering the jeogori, Stray Kids shows us that the past styles still have a place in the present by suggesting a jacket or jacket over a basic t-shirt and pants.
6. BLACKPINK – “How You Like That”
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It’s impossible to mention modernized hanbok styles without talking about the looks from BLACKPINK’s “How You Like That”music video Their outfits are reminiscent of traditional Korean wear, but they have a shorter length of fabric which allows them to be more comfortable than heavy jackets or skirts. These pieces are truly special because of the intricate embroidery, beading, and tassels.
7. BTS – “IDOL”
BTS has promoted traditional Korean fashion at many occasions. “IDOL”The music video was a hit all over the globe. Their outfits are perfect for a done-unlook because they don’t have to tie their jackets. This contrasts beautifully with the intricately embroidered patterns and elegant fabrics. J-Hope’s look even features the gat, It is the black transparent hat worn by Korean noblemen. This look is timeless.
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