javabeans&girlfriday of DramaBeans were a little too weirded out by the odd presence of cutlery and random appliances in some of these photos to appreciate more than the collection of pretty faces.
In a way, Joo Jin-Mo’s set seems to be a bizarre reference to steampunk. There’s an autumn gothic color to it, not focused on the clothes but a palette. Okay, I’ll admit, it’s weird.
Any posing with a cello is also more awesome than otherwise. Sure, Yoo Ji-Tae’s set of photos is a little drunken rather than symbolic, but it’s a lighter, preppier grouping with clothes that still are edging into shadow tones, just in the blue spectrum. The layer-dyed undershirts are probably my favorite pieces in the whole range.
I picked my favorite to highlight as the largest—putting a feather in the pocket makes you think of a quill, rather than just embellishment, and gives the white outline of the shirt a sort of poetic air. It’s just got…well, I keep saying this, but apparently it’s what I’m really looking for right now. Drama!