The DOs And DON’Ts Of Sageuk Hairstyle For Men
Ah, the mane of glory. There is something irresistible about men with long locks. It’s about the way it moves in the wind.
Lee Philip in “The Legend” And the look of wild mysteriousness.
Jung Il Woo in “Return of Iljimae” While it is a bit hard to find many men sporting long locks in contemporary times, there is an abundance of them in K-dramas; namely in sageuks (mostly fusion sageuks), aka, historical dramas.
Lee Seung Gi looks like a mischievous little rug-rat in this sageuk up-do for “Gu Family Book,” but… pull the hair down, spray a little water, and you have a sexy half-beast. The way you style that front fringe makes all the difference.
Lee Soo Hyuk in “Tree with Deep Roots” without and with bangs. 50-50 parts are also a big “Don’t,” like here:
Lee Seung Gi in “Gu Family Book” and here: Ji Chang Wook in “Empress Ki” Covering the forehead achieves a mysterious look, like it did for Kang Dong Won in “Duelist.” or a dangerous look like Choi Jin Hyuk‘s in “Gu Family Book.” You can choose the shaggy sageuk mane.
Kang Dong Won in the film “Jeon Woo Chi: The Taoist Wizard” Lee Min Ho in “Faith” Lee Joon Gi in “Iljimae” Jung Il Woo in “Return of Iljimae” Or you can choose the silky, straight locks:
Kang Dong Won Go Soo Song Jae Rim
and Ji Chang Wook