Kyuhyun Radio Star Fashion
Congratulations, Kyuhyun! As of today, you are still the winner of our Male Hallyu Fashion Poll! Today, I'd like to make one more post on his fashion to commemorate his victory. :b
One thing I'm sure you've noticed if you watch Radio Star, is that MC Kyu definitely has a particular style when hosting this show. With his sport coats, cardigans, and many bow ties, I'd call it "cute gentleman".
The following list contains some of my favorite Radio Star Kyu-ish fashion items I found online.
Share your favorite Kyuhyun looks in the comment section!
Look out soon for our Female Hallyu Fashion Poll, and be sure to cast your vote!
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We hope you have enjoyed our posts so far. We're going to keep bringing you the latest in Korean fashion and the kpop world. This includes Korean TV shows like Radio star and more. The Korean entertainment industry so so interrelated and they all work together synergistically.
Kpop Artists Do All The Shows
For example, can you image a kpop song coming out without a video? Crazy, right? What about BTS releasing an album without appearing on any reality shows or going on tour? That would be nuts. They go on TV shows, do concerts, go on radio shows, do fan meetings, etc, etc. They know that it's not just about the music. It's about the relationship of the fans with them. The fans want to see them in all different contexts and get to know them as real human beings, not just kpop idols on the screen.
When they bring all these things together, they develop an enthusiastic fandom.
What about EXO? Can you imagine not being able to buy any merchandise, or watch their music videos? That would be far less enjoyable. I'm glad they do the whole package and go on all the shows. This gives us all a chance to get to know them as people, which is a lot more fun. I think a big problem with american pop is that they don't show as much and we don't think of them as "real" people anymore.
This is why I think that so many kpop artists can cross over into other things like acting and vice versa. They're real people who maybe want to sing, maybe want to act, maybe want to do other things. In America, it seems much harder as people want to pigeon hole you.
Can you imagine Brad Pitt releasing a music album and how much flack he would get? Whereas superstars like So Ji Sub in Korea releases albums, poetry, etc, all because they seem to understand more that he's a human being with many interests and talents, not just acting.
See this post for more outfits and dress styles from Korea.