‘Cause who doesn’t wanna dress up like their faves?
Filipinos love their fair share of Korean culture, most especially when it comes to K-Dramas and K-pop. It’s undeniable how much our Asian neighbors have influenced us not only with their food (samgyeopsal BTW), the gift of musicians like BTS, and of course, their films! Nothing wrong with showing a little bit of appreciation to the people we look up to, right? From Liza Soberano dressing up like the fifth unofficial BLACKPINK member to Anne Curtis re-creating outfits and scenes from Goblin, here are some Filipino celebrities who love to dress up like their faves!
Just Filipino vlogger Mimiyuuuh casually dropping some money ala Lisa Manoban. From Lalisa’s braided pigtails to her red bandana outfit, Mimi’s ready for the stage.
Triple threat AC Bonifacio is no stranger to dressing up like a real K-Idol. At one point, she even channeled all the members of BLACKPINK for her NYLON Uncovers shoot. AC nails it every single time.
KEN SUSON OF SB19
The twinning moment we didn’t see coming. To think that both Ken Suson of P-Pop group SB19 and Lisa Manoban debuted their solo careers almost at the same time! While it isn’t exactly dressing up like the other, this stroke of pure coincidence was noticed and posted by Ken himself TikTok, further proving that like-mindedness, and well, greatness knows no boundaries. It’s the fur coat and nails for us.
If AC Bonifacio channels BLACKPINK mostly in her dance performances, Liza Soberano on the other hand references them often in her photoshoots. In a vlog shared by Liza, she also tried doing Jennie Kim’s look on their How You Like That music video and even went to Coachella to see them live.
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With a modelesque frame like singer and actress Maymay’s, it’s easy to play dress up whenever she wants. Case in point, her recent music releases, showing up in sparkly bodysuits, skin-tight corsets, and jaw-dropping style.
How is it even possible to look as cool as these two? Filipino musician Iñigo giving off Jungkook vibes in his plaid polo, faded denims, and boots. Obviously sans the leather jacket in this hotter than hell weather compared to Korea. Another fun fact, one of the hair inspos for Iñigo’s NYLON cover shoot was Jungkook. Sharp AF.
You can’t deny how much influence the undisputed king of K-pop a.k.a G-Dragon has to celebrities all over the world. Vice Ganda is no exception. There even came a time before when Vice Ganda donned GD’s colorful asymmetrical hairstyle almost everyday.
If we’re talking dedication, then Anne Curtis definitely tops the list. Remember when the actress visited Korea to recreate famous scenes in the hit K-drama, Goblin? Her love for all things Korean makes her the ultimate fangirl not just with her favorite actors, but musicians, too! We couldn’t keep count of all the times she dressed up like her idols!