Red Velvet’s Irene Stuns Fans During 31st Golden Disks Awards
By Jang Mi | January 30, 2017 11:32 AM EST
Red Velvet's Irene is already known for her strong visuals compared to all other South Korean idols. Her recent pictures in the web now redefine her beauty! The 31st Golden Disks Awards' short red skirt and black sexy dress snaps show everybody how she is really one of the most stunning beauties in the industry today.
In a report by Koreaboo, Red Velvet Irene's doll-like features and amazing body line is the subject of news when she was seen wearing a red short skirt for their "Russian Roulette" 31st Golden Disks Awards performance.
The idol group stylish was already under fire when the fans noticed how Red Velvet's performance costumes looks like. Seemingly, it looks too alluring which sometimes is too short or too revealing for the girls' image.
On the other hand, AllKpop also noted how beautiful the young lady is even in her simple black dress. On it, she was compared with another visual member from TWICE which is Sana.
For the two, TWICE's Sana looks amazingly refreshing with her strapless dress showing her cute girlish charm. She was noticeably out of makeup which accentuates her pretty face more. Despite her beauty, the report favors more Red Velvet's member.
The look Irene showed on the snap of hers is accordingly captivating! Her allure calls out to the people who saw her wearing the black off shoulder dress. In addition, her cherry hair and feminine curves capture strong attention from people too. Her makeup is also added spice to her ensemble, though it's another story with Sana. It still completes Red Velvet's overall style.
In the end, Red Velvet's Irene is really something! Her beautiful visuals will surely continue to captivate everybody more as the group's comeback is already slated this February.
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