Nam Joo-hyuk’s style
Ladies and gents, take note. Nam Joo-hyuk has a piece of advice on what you should wear for dates.
“Choose basic and clean and what you think looks best on you,” he said during the press conference last Sunday at the Mall of Asia Arena. He was in the country for the Penshoppe FanCon held in the afternoon of the same day.
The model is consistent with his fashion choices, he said that he wears what he first grabs onto when going out. In winter, he said he just likes to choose clothes that will keep him warm. He swears by the plain white shirt. He calls this “lazy fashion.”
The fashion rule that he lives by is double checking everything if there are no missing buttons on his clothes and making sure that there is nothing he forgot wearing.
Nam was in a number of dramas before his breakthrough role as a swimmer opposite fellow YG model and ex-girlfriend Lee Sung-kyung in the series, “Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo.” His next big role came soon after as the water god in the “Bride of Habaek.” He said that playing the role of Habaek is his favorite, so far.
He attributed his “chill” personality to the kind of childhood he had.
“I grew up surrounded by the beach and hanging out with my friends. I jump on the beach without worrying about clothes,” the actor who originally came from Busan said.
Perhaps this is also why he recommends Jeju Island as a must-visit place. He described it as place for healing. Filipinos can go to Jeju without a visa.
The model’s discipline is what makes him look good in any clothing that he wears. He does not do strict diet, but he exercises every day for one hour and a half without fail. He is not lazy about that.
He will star in his first movie with top notch actor Jo In-sung. He described In-sung as a great actor that he learned a lot from.
He also said he is looking forward to working more with fellow Penshoppe brand ambassador Sandara Park. He said he would like to work with her in a romantic comedy series.
“I am very confident that I can make her laugh every day,” he said.
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