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[Hot Takes from the Noonas] 2016 MBC Drama Awards fashion show

2016/12/31 | 2416 views | Permalink

It's time for the year-end award ceremonies when the three major Korean broadcasters use trophies to reward their top performing actors and dramas. So, let's focus on what really matters: the red carpet fashion. First up: the 2016 MBC Drama Awards!

Best Couple Award winners, Lee Jong-suk and Han Hyo-joo of "W" are super attractive, but also alarmingly pale on the red carpet. While I appreciate how form fitting Han Hyo-joo's dress is, the colour washes her out. Lee Jong-suk is stark and rather conservative in a black and white tux. I feel like his jacket is struggling to cover his chest. The Wayne Newton hair is doing nothing for me.  

Lee Sung-kyung and Nam Joo-hyuk of "Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo" look awkward in a lot of the red carpet photos I have seen. Maybe, their lack of confidence comes from how proper and boring their outfits are. Where's the youthful exuberance? Lee Sung-kyung looks like a lady's hanky. Thankfully, Nam Joo-hyuk's tux is actually pretty slick.

Lee El and Jo Bo-ah of "Monster" are personal favourites and they stand out from the sea of white dresses that tend to dominate these red carpets. I do wish Jo Bo-ah chose a dark gray or green though the dress's shape and shoulders make it more interesting. Kudos to Lee El for wearing bright red. If only she wore it sleeveless and without the Lucille Ball hair. Also, I would recommend losing the cheap looking belt.

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JK of Noonas Over Forks

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