Flowy long hairs can be lethal weapons when they are adorned by these drop-dead gorgeous actresses.
IU (Hotel Del Luna)
IU is iconic as the strong, independent, badass, and seemingly wealthy hotel owner Jang Man Wol of “Hotel del Luna”. With her long hair, the idol-actress tested out a wide range of hairstyles in this role of hers.
The classiness of IU’s character not only comes from her luxurious wardrobe but also from her versatile hairstyles. All of these elements really contribute to the regal and powerful aura of this female lead.
Park Min Young (What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim)
Park Min Young always keeps her hair long in series set in the modern day. In “What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim”, the actress managed to stand out in her simple ponytail and the few times she let her hair down.
Park Min Young’s character in “What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim” totally stole hearts with her feminine, yet formal, office style. It’s totally understandable why her boss fell head over heels for her.
Moon Ga Young (Find Me In Your Memory)
While Moon Ga Young garnered the most attention for her role in school romance K-drama “True Beauty”, her character styling in “Find Me In Your Memory” was a total heartthrob.
In this role as a celebrity, Moon Ga Young took to a long, wavy hairstyle that easily drew eyes. Her mature makeup style and elegant outfit also highlight further the actress’s visuals.
Son Ye Jin (Crash Landing On You)
While Son Ye Jin’s latest appearance was in the melodrama “Thirty Nine”, it was her styling in “Crash Landing On You” that stood out the most. Alongside her character’s iconic and feminine fashion sense, the long silky hair was also a great charm.
With long, soft curls that flew gently amid the wind, Son Ye Jin truly proved herself as one of the most beautiful actresses in Korea.
Han So Hee (The World Of The Married)
Han So Hee might not be the female lead of “The World Of The Married”, but she sure looked like one with the best styling up to date. With long, thick, and light brown hair, Han So Hee easily stole the hearts of the audience, as well as that of the female lead.
While the actress’s acting in “The World Of The Married” still drew mixed reactions, even haters couldn’t refute Han So Hee’s visuals.
Song Hye Kyo (Now, We Are Breaking Up)
“Now, We Are Break Up” may have received negative opinions for its poorly executed plot, but Song Hye Kyo’s appearance was completely showered in praise.
In long wavy hair and curtain bangs, Song Hye Kyo looked way younger than her age, and fitting of her character profile as a senior fashion designer. Even with her hair messily tied up, the actress’s beauty was one of a kind.
Jun Ji Hyun (Legend of The Blue Sea)
With Lee Min Ho and Jun Ji Hyun as its main cast, the fantasy romance drama “Legend of The Blue Sea” drew attention way before it aired. While the series itself got mixed reviews, everyone had to agree that Jun Ji Hyun looked absolutely gorgeous throughout it all. As a mermaid unaware of human customs, the actress’s simple long, dark hair boasted intense naive and surreal charms.
In the series, Jun Ji Hyun looked not a day over 20.
Eugene (Penthouse 2)
Eugene had her hair cut short through the entire season 1, so the audience was blown away at her long hair appearance in season 2. The red undertone also greatly highlighted the actress’ fair skin.
With such visuals, Eugene seemed to be born for long, flowy hair. Compared to her short hair look, the actress looked much younger and more classy in her new appearance, and every moment of her in season 2 could shock people with overflowing visuals.
Jeon Yeo Been (Vincenzo)
It’d be a mistake to leave Jeon Yeo Been’s character in “Vincenzo” out of a list for best long hair looks. While her hair was kept mostly straight and simple, Jeon Yeo Been managed to look like a serious and mighty woman, who was capable of handling her own business.
Whenever the actress flipped her hair before going into action, she totally dominated the scene. Even the male lead Vincenzo better look out during those moments.
Seo Ye Ji (It’s Ok To Not Be Okay)
Played by Seo Ye Ji, the storybook writer Go Moon Young of “It’s Ok To Not Be Okay” stole the spotlight wherever she goes with overwhelming confidence and pure arrogance. Of course, such a fashionable lady also never fell short on her hairstyle.
From letting her hair fly free, bundled, or braided, Go Moon Young experimented with various outstanding looks, and Seo Ye Ji’s long hair played a strong part in this.