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Kim Soo-hyun could not look more like a robot if he tried. The tux actually fits him really well, but that super high collar makes his very tiny head seem even tinier. Hyun Bin and Ha Ji-won are their beautiful, beautiful selves. I think he wins the Riskiest Look But Pulls It Off With Flair Award.

I think they should’ve actually tried to -lengthen him, which seems counter-red-carpet behavior, but he’s so lanky that he could use some broadening, and less elongating. Kim Seo-hyung‘s dress is like a french maid’s outfit dyed hot pink. Listen, normally a velvet jacket is a big no-no, but it’s blue, and it has a matching blue SPARKLY bowtie! Ha Ji-won is sporting the same ‘do from the last episode of …which was as weird the first time around.

But her sleek and simple look is flattering; it’s just not memorable, what with her co-star outshining her in the fashion department…literally.

Kim Sung-oh looks perfectly attired…for an ice cream date and a day at the amusement park. What would Kim Joo-won say about you if he saw you now? God, I really love her badass look more than any other, by twenty-fold. I dislike everything about that black sheer sheath.

Lee Jong-seok looks like Jung Il-woo and Robert Pattinson had a baby, and dressed him together for his first red carpet appearance. Her hair and makeup are a cut above everyone else’s, and that dress fits her like a glove. It’s tri-sected, like somebody only had enough material to make the dress horizontally rather than vertically, making for some really weird lines. Better than the up-sweepy ‘do he sported for the Variety Awards. I know what it’s trying to do – lingerie-meets-formal gown, but it’s got too much going on: tiers, layers, gathers, jewels, and lines that cut her up strangely.

I can’t say I love it, as it does strange swooping things around her neckline, but man, does she rock it anyway. It’s not the snazziest thing for a red carpet, and it looks more appropriate for meeting a girlfriend’s parents for dinner, but he looks good in it, whereas a lot of these other guys need to meet a good tailor. It fits her beautifully, but no dress should ever have three horizontal lines. His velvety lapels aren’t doin’ it for me, but other than that, he’s his usual confident, smiley self. Shin Mina is wearing something very very confusing…it’s like a Christmas ornament got recycled into a dress. I’d dearly love to see her in something daring and spunky, and less pink-safe-bejeweled. Choi Jin-hyuk is a cutie pie, but that tux is too shiny and it fits him all wrong.

There are lots of awards handed out, for sure, but at least SBS has some strong shows this year, with great performances all around in the competition.

Go Hyun-jung stacks up another Daesang for her turn as the first Korean female president in , which if I’m to go based on all the parodies, involved lots of shouting in the rain. From the neck-down, I want a formal apology from your stylist.

There’s a performance by Noh Min-woo, a THREE-way tie for Best Couple, and of course, some red carpet hits and misses. I adore the crazy professor hair, complete with silver streaks and all, but the suit is nine kinds of wrong. The hosts for the evening, Park Jin-hee, Lee Beom-soo, and Lee Soo-kyung.

) Go Hyun-jung looks fabulous in the whole upswept-hair-and-dress concept. It’s…double-breasted pinstripes…with pinstripe leggings? Lee Soo-kyung looks pretty, but totally safe and boring.

I wish the dress were a little tighter, but the statuesque look makes her look sophisticated, while the minimal makeup makes her look ten years younger. Lee Beom-soo looks good…sadly really short next to the two ladies.

Kwon Sang-woo looks good, but mostly due to the fact that he has Go Hyun-jung on his arm. It may have been a good time to break out those shoe pads that idol stars wear.

How come the cast of Giant looks like an acapella group with a manager and a stylist? Hwang Jung-eum picked up a New Star Award, and she looks every bit the beautiful young starlet. His tux screams Lounge Singer, not Hot New Star, but I suppose the guy who’s wearing it can do wonders for a wayward tailor. Park Jin-hee…I seriously, seriously love you, Park Jin-hee.

It’s not the most refreshing look since we’ve seen bejeweled necklines at every awards ceremony this past week, but at least it’s a flattering, understated version. I never noticed how crazy chiseled his face is, like he walked straight out of a comic book. But that black paper sack you’re wearing for a dress is horribly frumpy and your Bob’s Big Boy hair is just not doing it for me. I just don’t see why you’d wear something so matronly when you can rock this.

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