Actress Youn Yuh-jung, who is currently riding a wave of critical acclaim for her performance in "Minari" by Korean-American director Lee Isaac Chung, continues to demonstrate a self-confidence in her fashion choices in her 70s.
Youn looked adorable in a long black knitted sweater and a floral-print skirt at a press event for her film "Keys to the Heart" in December 2017 to promote the film just ahead of its release. In January last year she wore the same skirt but matched with an oatmeal-colored sweater at a press event for her film "Beasts That Cling to the Straw." In an unconventional touch, she wore her wristwatch over her sleeve to complete her comfy but stylish look.
Youn often appears in black midi dresses, which emphasize her slender figure. At a press event for her 2016 film "Canola" she radiated elegance in a simple black dress that made her look even more slender, revealing her collarbones.
The septuagenarian is enjoying a career peak at the moment, having recently picked up more than a dozen awards in the U.S. for her supporting role in "Minari," while currently appearing in cable channel tvN's reality show "Youn's Stay."