Murder mysteries with a touch of dark humor are always fun to watch and ‘Behind Your Touch’ delivers just that. While the recent episodes left us with dizzying clues and theories, Han Ji-Min‘s fashion as Bong Ye-Bun remains fun to watch.
Here are some of her most noteworthy looks from the previous four episodes of the drama.
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Han Ji-Min’s Fashion in the K-Drama ‘Behind Your Touch’ Episodes 5-8
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In the first look from episode 5, Ji-Min wore a pretty jacquard lace cardigan from VITALSIGN with knit orange details.
She then changed into a comfortable long-sleeved boucle embroidery blouson knit from NAIN and all we can say is that the grey is a good color on her.
Ji-Min’s fall wardrobe is in full swing as she stepped out in a green twist cable knit pullover from OLIVE DES OLIVE.
This curious tulip pajama set from SnappyCuddle is too cute to skip out on.
Ji-Min paired a light brown and blue argyle cropped knit cardigan from NAIN with a matching sky blue shirt and white flared trousers. The color combination of the outfit is quite pleasing.
Adding to her vast cardigan collection, here we have a point detail cardigan in oatmeal from emm.
This off-white logo-patch cotton hoodie from Low Classic is another everyday outfit that not only looks casual but is also stylish.
Here, she wore a brown and black striped marine cardigan from LENINA.
She then sported a blocking intarsia pattern polo sweater from leinwande.
The final look for today features a brown puff knit sweater from VOCAVACA.
Read more about the fashion in the Korean drama ‘Behind Your Touch’ here.
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