7 of the most tragic Asian drama hairstyles
I hope these characters have good lawyers, because some of these hairstyles are a crime (*ba dum tss*). There are countless terrible cuts, colors, and 'dos spanning throughout both time and the continent of Asia when it comes to dramas, so let's just take a look at some of the more recent ones that made us cringe. Well, and Boys Over Flowers' Joon Pyo, because it's necessary.
1. Goo Joon Pyo (Lee Min Ho) in Boys Over Flowers
You can't have a bad hair post without including Joon Pyo's "perm of death," as I like to call it. You just can't. Never will I ever forget the moment he appeared with his hair straightened...though that wasn't great either.
2. Na Mi Rae (Yoon Eun Hye) in Marry Him If You Dare
This frizzy, crimpy mess gives me nightmares. Pictured above, you can see her co-worker thinking to herself just how tragic it truly is.
3. Lee Tae Ik (No Min Woo) in Full House Take 2
It almost looks like he and MHIYD's Mi Rae traded hair secrets. Coincidentally, his buddies also seem to disapprove of the orange mop that's taken over his scalp.
4. Ikezawa Kinnosuke (Yamada Yuki) in Mischievous Kiss: Love in Tokyo
This greasy, mullet-type-thing just isn't working. You're a sweetheart, Ikezawa, but...no. At least he seems to fit in with his friends, hair-wise:
5. Jin (Thunder) in Nail Shop Paris
YES, YOU. It's not quite the "perm of death," but it's a fairly big offense in the yellow helmet hair category. It is, however, fair to note that Thunder is known for some pretty wacky hair.
6. Chairwoman Jeong Ji Suk (Park Joon Geum) in Heirs
The ponytail's even weirder when it's straight. Girl, you're filthy rich! Hire a new hairstylist!
7. Tamiya Nika (Nishiuchi Mariya) in Switch Girl
At least she's supposed to look a little crazy. You just have to wonder...why this look? Why now? Why ever?
What other hairstyles did you find absolutely tragic? Come on, I know there are plenty out there.