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[ChanMi's take] Unique styles for this Baeksang Awards

2010/03/28 Source

The 46th Annual Baeksang Arts Awards where the fans saw many stars dressed up!

Many stars were sexy and handsome while many came in unique outfits. It seemed like they were from drama sets. The costumes made them look like they were in Hollywood!

So Ji-sub wore a suit that looked like a classic army costume. He is wearing military costume seeming like he came from a war movie.

Jang Keun-suk is a trend setter! He is wearing a silver spangled jacket that makes him look formal and dandy!

Hong Soo-ah is wearing a tress that reveals her curves. We can see her 21 inch slim waist!

Kim Hyeon-jeong is in a one shoulder style black print dress, a very unique style for this awards ceremony!In addition, Lee Chae-young is not wearing any regular dress but black leather glove and military style jacket that seems like she has a stage show rather than a red carpet walk!

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