8 Trendiest K-Drama Hairstyles To Inspire Your Next Hairdo 2021

8 Trendiest K-Drama Hairstyles To Inspire Your Next Hairdo 2021

For many Kdrama fans, 2020 has been an exciting year full of treats thanks to hottest Korean dramas like The Penthouse, Start-up, Vincenzo, etc. As expected, K-stars are also great fashion trendsetters as they always appear gorgeous and alluring on every single scene. Checkout the most influential K-Drama hairstyles with ETE Saigon - Hair Happiness and get some ideas for your next visit to the hair salon.

1. Jo Soo Min (The Penthouse: War in Life)

With a 1.5 - inch curling wand, you can recreate the dreamy look of Jo Soo Min from the 2021 kdrama The Penthouse. Soo Min has long dark hair and subtle waves, together with long side Korean bangs. This little combo has been an absolute lifesaver to round faces and gives one a youthful, carefree glow. 

This hairstyle fits you perfectly if you are a big fan of Korean make-up as it enlightens clear, natural-looking skin. On top of that, it is among the K-Drama hairstyles that could never get old.

Jo Soo Min. Source: Instagram @soominn_jo

2. Eugene (The Penthouse: War in Life)

Eugene is renowned not only for her great acting skills but also for her unique beauty. She has a beautiful face, which gave her the advantage to pull off even the most difficult hairstyles. Her long layered red hair in “The Penthouse 2” fits perfectly for her role as Oh Yoon Hee - a tough single mom who hustles everyday life so that her daughter will not grow up poor. This Kdrama hairstyle undoubtedly allows her to express power, femininity, and fearlessness. 

Eugene. Source: Instagram @eugene810303

3. Park Shin Hye (Sisyphus: The Myth)

If you would like to try out different short hairstyles, you should definitely not ignore this one. A chin-length bob will not only accentuate the jawline but also give off a chick and cool vibe. Subtle curls at the end also add to a more vibrant, shining look. 

Save this Park Shin Hye look if you want to refresh yourself with a youthful, edgy appearance. 

Park Shin Hye. Source: Instagram @park.shinhye

4. Lee Dong-wook (The Tail of a Gumiho) 

The long-haired leaf cut is one of the most trending hairstyles for males in 2021. Leaf-cut is the front hair being parted in the middle, styled with textured waves, and visualizes the feelings of falling leaves. These bangs perfectly frame the face and create a sophisticated vibe. 

The hairstyle goes great with bright, vibrant colors like chocolate, western, or smoky brown. 

Lee Dong-wook. Source: Instagram @leedongwook_official

5. Shin Ye Eun (More Than Friends)

Shin Ye Eun’s shoulder-length bob hairdo is also a go-to-choice for girls who love short hairhairs. This neat, sleek hairstyle makes looking beautiful effortless while also elevatingelevates your daily looks. 

Loose curls with layered short hair also bring out facial features like sharp jawline or beautiful cheekbones. This look works for various types of outfits and is appropriate on many occasions.

Shin Ye Eun. Source: Instagram @__shinyeeun

6. Nam Joo- Hyuk (Start-up)

Nam Joo-Hyuk was seen with the “comma” hairstyle on K-Drama “Start-up”. His front hair is parted in the middle front hair and one side part is curled inwards, which resembles a comma or a C letter. 

“Comma” hairdo complements a mature and business formal outlook as it is also commonly used for K-Drama characters when they grow up. On top of that, this haircut loves those with long, thin, or round faces.

Nam Joo-Hyuk. Source: Nam Joo-Hyuk’s instagram post

7. Jackson Wang

If you are a big fan of Jackson Wang GOT7, you would notice that the “comma” also seems to be his favorite hairstyle. One side of his parted hair is swept behind one ear, while the other part is curled outwards with great volume at the root.

He had performed in many music videos with this hairstyle and the only minor changes being his hair color. Throughout his career, Jackson had dyed his hair ash grey, light orange, smoky pink… and they are enough for him to flexibly refresh his stylings before any comeback. His most recent color is bright brown.

Jackson Wang. Source: Instagram @jacksonwang852g7

8. Song Joong-ki (Vincenzo)

This is the 7/3 side part that is among the most popular haircuts among Korean adults and young adults. Song Joong-ki's side part is slightly wavy with his left hair part being somewhat longer. With this hairstyle, Song Joong-ki appears to be a guy who gives warm and fuzzy feelings for people around him. 

If you are looking to wear a classy, romantic, movie-inspired look on yourself, give it a try and you may be surprised to see yourself in the mirror.

Song Joong-ki. Source: Instagram @hi_songjoongki

Which K-Drama hairstyles do you want to try out the most? Visit ETE Saigon - Hair Happiness for an ultimate guide of beauty transformation and pull off your favorite hairstyles like these Korean drama stars.