Beard or No Beard: Choose the sexiest look for these 5 Asian actors
Beards for men, are like jewelry for women. It is the sexiest "accessory." Beard or no beard — what do you think?
1. Wu Xiubo
See Wu Xiubo's bearded look in action on Divorce Lawyers:
2. Hyun Bin
In his recent Hyde, Jekyll, and I, Hyun Bin played an heir who had double personalities, a cool and calm theme park director vs. an adorable and goodhearted webtoon writer. This is the first drama after Hyun Bin came back from his military service. His style is quite modern like high-end fashion. His character was clean-shaven, unlike his comeback movie The Fatal Encounter, where his beard is his highlight as a king.
3. Jang Hyuk
Last year, he was in Fated to Love You and won a tremendous popularity, as well as an award at the MBC Drama Awards for Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries. This year, he is in Shine or Go Crazy, playing King Gwangjong. Check out his style in those very different drama settings.
4. Raymond Lam
As a male lead in The Virtuous Queen of Han, Raymond Lam stepped out as the best king in China, but his role in Highs and Lows had a different look. He is the top star from TVB. He was born into a wealthy family and graduated from the University of Southern California, majoring in architecture and minoring in music. Do you know his childhood dream was to become a professional dancer?
5. Lee Min Ho
Between his beard or no beard style, which one do you like better?
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Which looks do you prefer? Beards or no beards?