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K-pop stars lead new Bench campaign



WHITE is always a good color to wear for summer.

SIWON can show you how to “have a good time.”

Bench recently signed up and brought in two members of South Korea’s pop boy band Super Junior to endorse the brand.

Siwon and Donghae, and the rest of the band, have won fans the world over and have also made an impact on a large K-pop fan niche in Manila. Before becoming Bench’s billboard stars, Siwon and Donghae were already celebrities appearing on Chinese postage stamps. This year, the retail brand starts a campaign for summer.

DRESS up your jeans with a statement tee.

With Bench, Siwon and Donghae give men’s dressing a “bright idea.” Summer being a season of celebration, adding a few unexpected hues and details into an outfit is only appropriate.

The new collection brings out this year’s lucky color, emerald. A green pair of jeans can make things a little bit more sartorially charming.

Last year, Bench came out with a cotton T-shirt that says “Sorry Sorry”—a song popularized by Super Junior. This year, the brand has another collection of tees with the group’s other  song titles and lyrics like “It’s You,” “Have A Good Time” from  “Free, Sexy, and Single,” and “Over.”


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Tags: Bench , K-pop , Super Junior

  • http://twitter.com/ShinHeeYoung16 I Am ELF

    Free, Sexy, and Single?? you mean SEXY FREE & SINGLE!! tss!!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/GYQY7774DK37EXGI75Q47SUCQQ Ljance Saracin

     Yeah! It’s SEXY FREE & SINGLE!!



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