Here's What Your Favorite Disney Villains Would Look Like If They Were In A Korean Drama
Disney characters + traditional Korean fashion = perfection.
Wooh Nayoung is a digital illustrator from South Korea. She is known for drawing fairy-tale characters wearing hanbok, a traditional Korean dress.
In an interview with BuzzFeed, she said that historical Korean dramas have played a huge part in her art.
Recently, she blessed us with illustrations that reimagine
Disney characters in hanbok.
Let's start off with Gaston in all his glory.
Ana is seen here wearing a jobawi, a hat traditionally worn in the winter.
Here's one of the most fashionable Disney villains, Cruella de Vil.
Get ready to drool over the human version of Scar wearing a heuklip.
This Evil Queen is basically the "mean but beautiful" mother-in-law in all Korean dramas.
Our ice princess, Elsa, is looking stunning in a magical hanbok with delicate snowflake sleeve detail.
She dressed Captain Hook in a men's coat called cheolrik.
Maleficent is seen with a gache (wig hairstyle) straight out of the Joseon dynasty.
Lady Tremaine and her daughters, Anastasia and Drizella, are looking fabulously wicked.
While drawing Jafar, Nayoung drew inspiration from prime ministers (Yeonguijeong) from the Joseon dynasty.
Gazelle from Zootopia is looking chic in her jeonmo.
Mother Gothel is looking fabulous in her red hanbok and matching nails.
Nayoung perfectly captured the two sides of Hans from Frozen.
Here's the Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland holding a heart-shaped fan.
Ursula is wearing a shell binyeo, an ornamental hairpin that any sea witch would be proud to wear.
In the future, Nayoung wants to continue exploring classic fairy tales, especially ones written by Hans Christian Andersen.
Her advice for artists looking to improve their art? Work on discovering yourself and searching for your unique style.
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