Lee Joon-gi, a male actor renowned for his "pretty" features, is always dressed to kill.
In particular, hanbok, or traditional Korean dress, seems to highlight his graceful demeanor perfectly. He has mesmerized viewers wearing archaic outfits in several historical TV series, including "Iljimae" (2008), "Arang and the Magistrate" (2011) and "Scholar Who Walks the Night" (2015), as well as director Lee Joon-ik’s 2005 hit film "The King and the Clown," which propelled the actor to stardom.
But his wardrobe is not all about hanbok. At a press event for cable channel tvN's drama series "Flower of Evil" in July 2020, Lee appeared in an all-black outfit, reasserting his presence after a two-year absence from acting. He looked even sharper and more chic as his clear complexion gleamed in contrast to his black garments.
Co-star Moon Chae-won also wore a long glittering black dress, and they complemented each other well.
Lee also opted for a neat black suit at a press event for tvN's drama series "Lawless Lawyer" in May 2018. But he accentuated the all-black outfit with a silky blue handkerchief, completing his slim-fit look.
His taste for the achromatic was also on display at a press event for his sci-fi film "Resident Evil: The Final Chapter" in January 2017. He wore a gray suit uniquely patterned with black lines, exuding his sensual charm. His slightly wavy bangs lent him a softer, more romantic quality.
In September 2011, while serving his mandatory military service, he appeared in uniform with pixelated camouflage patterns on a military TV program.
Recently Lee shared photos of himself with long hair, creating curiosity about his next projects.