I don’t know what a Smoky Girl is, but I know a suave music video when I see one.

MBLAQ just work for me better in street-appropriate clothing, rather than as k-pop fashionistes. They go through a couple of sets of looks in this, but all of them are close to things you could wear out in the evening and not feel stupid about…

Keep an eye out for Seungho’s excellent coat at about the 3:10 mark. He looks amazing throughout (true Suit Distraction, that one. I can’t wait for him to hit about 30) but with the patterned jacket? He turns into a seducer of women.

I think it telling that they put Lee Joon in a silver letterman for that same line-up, by the way.

This music video marks ten new followers for this blog! Welcome! I love requests, to help me find new material—and don’t forget to check out my “more distractions” page for other people’s blogs I like. :)

Thing is, you just can’t go wrong with black and white…

Black on black with a little grey for contrast? Well, I like it, anyway.

(Did you know there was a Korean reality TV program “Actress Butlers”? It couldn’t have been awesome, or I would see subs for it, but I don’t know how it could have gone wrong, the eye-candy in that butler line-up was ASTOUNDING.)

These are mostly red-carpet photos I’ve been wanting to post for a while, but didn’t have a good balance to post together. Heh, I probably still don’t have a good balance, but here they are…

MBLAQ - Cry

This music video features not just one, but TWO sets of retrofitted uniforms. And I think that is hot.

A lengthy post at Suit Distraction if just gazing upon these fine screencaps is not enough for you…

Opaque  by  andbamnan