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Stand out and walk down the aisle in these elegant, stylish, and simple white dresses from your favourite K-Dramas

It is an indisputable fact that every love story ends best with the leading lady wearing a white gown while her man waits at the end of the aisle. But in real life, a ceremony like this is more chaotic than it seems on TV screens—starting off with finding the perfect dress.

We round up some of the most elegant white gowns from your favourite K Dramas to spare you from the long, dreadful hours of looking for your dress inspo.

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Guardian: The Lonely and Great God

In 2016, the internet fawned over the sweet and almost tragic love story of Ji Eun-tak (Kim Go-eun) and Kim Shin (Gong Yoo). K-drama Guardian: The Lonely and Great God (popularly known as Goblin), follows the story of 900-year-old goblin (Shin) who waits for his human bride so he could finally rest in the afterlife. 

As the story progresses, Shin develops strong feelings for his bride Eun-tak, but as faith would have it, the latter only exists to end the goblin's life.

After defying their tragic faith, Shin and Eun-tak decided to marry each other. The goblin's bride wore a straight dress from Jenny Packham's 2015 Bridal Spring collection. 

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Start-Up

Korean series Start-Up kept us sane amid the Covid-19 quarantine. Before the show ended, everyone wondered whether Seo Dal-mi (Bae Suzy) would end up with Nam Do-san (Nam Joo-hyuk) or Han Ji-pyeong (Kim Seon-ho).

Luckily, just before the credits rolled out, photos of Dal-mi and Do-san were seen on top of an office table implying that the two are happily married. 

Dal-mi is seen wearing Safiyaa's Dara bridal gown which highlights a beautiful square neck long dress in ivory heavy crepe, with satin stretch lotus sleeve drape.

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The World of The Married

If there is one K-drama that fuelled our anger so much that we almost scraped the walls, it would have to be The World of The Married. Its lead characters Ji Sun-woo (Kim Hee-ae) and Lee Tae-oh (Park Hae-joon) have undeniably delivered some of the best performances on TV.

Even if the on-screen couple did not end up on good terms, fans could never forget the short scene where pregnant Sun-woo was seen in a white, long-sleeved wedding dress with a collar.

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Legend of the Blue Sea

Inspired by a classic Joseon legend, Hallyu stars Lee Min-ho and Jun Ji-hyun gave life to the characters of Heo Joon-jae and Sim Chung respectively. 

The K Drama Legend of the Blue Sea shows a scene where Chung projected a memory of her and Joon-jae getting married. The couple looked dashing as husband and bride but everyone's eyes were glued to Chung's asymmetrical and plain wedding gown.

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My Love From The Star

We just can't get enough of Jun Ji-hyun who also portrayed the role of Cheon Song-yi in My Love From The Star. In one scene, Song-yi was seen fitting in her dream gown—a sleeveless, classic long dress with transparent patterned silk.

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Strong Girl Bong Soon

Park Bo-young looked like a young and perky bride when she played the role of Bong-soon in Strong Girl Bong Soon. Her white high-low dress from Belle Epoque features a layered long-train gown, specifically cut before the knees to highlight the bride's wedge. 

The gown is also covered in patterned silk sleeves that goes a little beyond the elbows. 

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What's Wrong With Secretary Kim?

Nothing else screams elegance like Kim Mi-so's (Park Min-young) wedding dress in What's Wrong With Secretary Kim?. The off-shoulder wedding gown was unlike any of the office attires she has worn throughout the series. Looking elegant as ever, the Hallyu star definitely had us all swooning!

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