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    Default Opinions on Korean "k-pop" fashion?

    I'm new to the PUA community. Before I discovered the community and before I heard of the term "peacocking", I imitated the style of Korean celebrities.
    Do their styles qualify as peacocking?
    Are they too "metro"?
    Are there any PUAs who dress like them?

    Since I can't link images, do a search for "bigbang fashion" to see what I mean. BigBang is the name of a group.

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    Default Re: Opinions on Korean "k-pop" fashion?

    I watch a lot of korean films, music and TV shows like Running Man. I don't qualify as a fashion guru but I gotta be honest with you, it's too metro for my taste. If you're going to imitate it then don't imitate their personality as well. The men act way too Beta for my taste.

    It depends on your age and what group you're attracting. You make yourself stand out or bait yourself towards the group that you are aiming for. Whatever makes you feel happy, if it makes you feel good then wear it if not then wear something you're comfortable with or something that makes you feel like you're made of gold. I have 2 outfits, when I go out those are my choices and it gives me the confidence boost.

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    Default Re: Opinions on Korean "k-pop" fashion?

    Luxi,

    I am familiar with the K-pop culture (Se7en, Rain, blah blah). Yes, Bigbang is pretty much the new thing going on now.

    First of all, I hate the word "Peacock" because as a proponent of natural game that word implies "putting on an act."

    Your fashion sense should be congruent to the best of your identity. So if you are a guy who doesn't care for tattoos, don't go out of your way to get tattoos to "put on an act."

    Whatever you wear should accentuate your identity. So, I lift weights and my most prominent body part is my triceps and delts, so I usually wear sleeveless hoodies/jackets and vests. I am a dancer myself (hip hop/salsa/jazz) so I can back that.

    BBfashion...It's great for that young adult or young 20+, but not so much if you 30+. Yea you will stand out but not in a good way. According to assortment theory, you always attract what you reflect. So unless you are a dancer/B-boy or have interest in that demographics, I wouldn't do it. It's like running around with basketball shoes, but you don't play basketball or know anything about basketball culture.

    That is why so much of these PUA's who focus solely on external game, their identity is muddled. They are not authentic/genuine. The girl will eventually see through the incongruence.

    Although Mystery would probably agree that some of the stuff they wear are peacocking material. The bright colors, the fur coats...yah.

    EDIT: I just saw in your other post that you do magic tricks/illusion. The BB fashion style could work in your favor on and off the stage. I was just thinking of Burt Wonderstone. I have a friend who is a well reputed stage illusionist, but his style is more of the dark mysterious sleek David Copperfield look.

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    Default Re: Opinions on Korean "k-pop" fashion?

    please dont dress like that bigbang group

    dress modern and more of a "mass appeal" for the best results
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