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Accepting to act in a historical drama is never an easy decision because it requires extra-training such as horse riding and calligraphy. However, fans are always happy to know that their favorite idol is cast in a period drama. The main reason for it is the beautiful costumes.

Of course, the clothes depends on the character but acting-dols that got to act in historical dramas blessed fans with stunning costumes and hairstyles. There are various instance where they wore Korean traditional clothes beautifully.

Kpopmap came up with the top 6 of the most beautiful female acting-dols in traditional clothes in dramas. Let us know in the poll and the comments who is the most beautiful according to you.

 

1- IU – “Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo” (2016)

Top 6 Most Beautiful K-Pop Acting-Dols In Korean Traditional Clothes

SBS

 

2- Suzy - "Gu Family Book" (2013)

Top 6 Most Beautiful K-Pop Acting-Dols In Korean Traditional Clothes

MBC

 

3- AOA's SeolHyun – “My Country: The New Age” (2019)

Top 6 Most Beautiful K-Pop Acting-Dols In Korean Traditional Clothes

JTBC

 

4- Girls' Generation's SeoHyun – “Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo” (2016)

Top 6 Most Beautiful K-Pop Acting-Dols In Korean Traditional Clothes

SBS

 

5- Girls Generation's Yoona - "The King in Love" (2017)

Top 6 Most Beautiful K-Pop Acting-Dols In Korean Traditional Clothes

MBC

 

6- Han SeungYeon – “Jang OkJung, Living by Love” (2013)

Top 6 Most Beautiful K-Pop Acting-Dols In Korean Traditional Clothes

SBS

 

Who is the most beautiful acting-dol in Korean traditional clothes?

Jan 22, 2020 ~ Jan 29, 2020

IU

60.2%

Suzy

6.9%

AOA's SeolHyun

8.1%

Girls Generation's SeoHyun

7.6%

Girls Generation's Yoona

14%

Han SeungYeon

3.3%

 

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jijsaso
May 21, 2021 04:26 am

That's Hanbok.

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Kimyoona
May 7, 2021 03:12 am

The 1 and 5 are not even hanbok. Now that it’s controversial it’s pretty bad to put them in a mess when you’re otherwise different so much. The IU series was a re-description of the Chinese and that new version described had a lot of problems with the costumes. Even the background was taken in a Chinese place it would know if you search for that place and it has an explanation on the screen that it is a Chinese-built garden building in Korea. Foreigners but assume that these television outfits are historical outfits that are a lie because they… Read more »