K-Drama and fashion are two things that can never be separated. Most fans will dig into their favorite idols or drama characters to find the best daily outfits. Well, we can always learn from these beloved fictional characters below to nail the art of dressing well. Who’s got the best fashion? Check this out! Kang Cheol in “W: Two Worlds” Kang Cheol, played by Lee Jong Suk, has a lot to offer for guys out there who are desperate enough to find some cool styles. Kang Cheol mostly wears some really cool outfits that could emphasize her character. He rocks the sadistic author looks with his suit jackets, blazers, and long-sleeve shirts with dark colors.
Kim Shin in “Goblin” We obviously need to include Kim Shin in this list. Both Kim Shin and Gong Yoo are the two figures who we can look up to when it comes to dressing. Kim Shin shows how to rule winter apparels in “Goblin” with his coats, long-sleeve shirts, and suit jackets. He apparently learns a lot to master the art of dressing well during his 939 years of existence. Lee Bo Na in “The Heirs” Krystal’s Lee Bo Na somehow reminds a lot of fans of a Korean version of Blair Waldorf. Lee Bo Na’s fashion is a mix of Krystal’s urban chic style and the sophistication of an elite prep school girl. Trench coats, cute headbands, and dainty tops are the key to looking stunning and gorgeous. Sara in “Birth of a Beauty” Sara is the best example of style transformation and proof that dressing like a superstar is the sweetest revenge. Stunning dress, cute tops, and some plastic surgery are the ultimate weapons to avenge her cheating ex-husband. Hong Seol in “Cheese in The Trap” College students don’t always make a good choice when it comes to fashion. However, Hong Seol can be a guru for all college girls out there who thrive to look casual yet fabulous every day. Just get some hipster outfits, checkered shirts, hooded coat, and comfortable t-shirts to get the cool, stylish look of a hipster girl. So, which K-Drama characters above has the best fashion sense?