Who Wore It Better?: Red Carpet Showdowns

Its awards season once again, and that means your favorite K-Stars will be rocking the red carpets in their best fashions. So far in October, The 17th Annual Busan International Film Festival (BIFF), The 2012 Daejong [Grand Bell] Film Awards, and The 2012 Style Icon Awards (SIA) have all taken place. Celebs have been seen in some knock out looks, but that didn’t stop them from re-wearing looks. This edition of ‘Who Wore It Better?’ features 4, count ’em, 4 different red carpet face offs.

First we have actresses Go Ara, and Han Ga In who were both seen wearing this halter dress, with a sheer lace top. Go Ara wore the dress in a nude color at the 2012 Daejong Awards, while Han Ga In wore the dress in navy blue at the 2012 Busan International Film Festival.

Next, model and actress Lee Young Jin, and actress Go Eun Ae were both spotted wearing this long black and grey [in what looks like leather and tweed] evening dress by DEMIN. Go Eun Ae was attending the 2012 Busan International Film Festival, while Lee Young Jin wore the dress to the the 2012 Style Icon Awards as a red carpet host.

Actresses Seo Woo, and Park Shin Hye are next to face off. Both women were seen wearing the same long black evening dress with a high slit from DEMIN. Seo Woo was attending the 2012 SIAs while Park Shin Hye was at the 2012 BIFF.

Lastly, actress Jung Yoo Mi attended the 2012 Daejong Film Award in this sleeveless, burgundy, leather top with a pleated burgundy skirt with a high slit. Actress, Kim Sun Ah was seen in the same outfit from The Izzat Collection Fall/Winter 2012, for her October 2012 Marie Claire photo spread.


So which leading ladies do you think stole the show in their fashions. Be sure to vote in all the polls above, and share your opinions in the comments below.

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