Ko Moon Young, the female protagonist in tvN’s new hit drama It’s Okay to Not Be Okay, is already being heralded as one of the most intriguing K-Drama characters to date. Given that Seo Ye Ji’s character starts the series cold and arrogant, you probably won’t want to be like her—but you might want to dress like her. Her bold and eye-catching style is fast making Ko Moon Young the new fashion icon of the K-Drama world, and there’s no surprise why. Just take a look at eight of her best looks from the first six episodes of the show.
It was impossible for viewers to take their eyes off Ko Moon Young in this draped asymmetric dress from Magda Butrym.
Her turquoise earrings from Subyul completed the look perfectly.
Ko Moon Young can turn heads even when she’s wearing loungewear.
Here, she donned an ivory belted long robe dress from Eenk over a delicate, black slip.
Seo Ye Ji looked like a character straight from a period drama in this elegant Magda Butrym polka dot dress.
The addition of a fascinator hat and gold earrings from Subyul rounded out the outfit.
Similar elegant is the Zimmerman floral embroidery linen dress Seo Ye Ji’s character wore here.
Despite her personality, she looked the picture of elegance in the white dress with Burberry mules.
Only someone as pretty as Seo Ye Ji could pull off a completely mismatched outfit like this.
In this scene, she wore an Isabel Marant track jacket over a white dress, and somehow it worked.
Ko Moon Young served billionaire businesswoman chic in this all-brown outfit.
Her dress is actually a pleated top from Peter Do, and her jacket comes from the same brand. The asymmetric Dior saddle bag works perfectly with the similarly cut dress-top.
The nightdresses Ko Moon Young wears are more extravagant than most people’s day clothes.
This decadent Isabel Marant dress and Eenk crochet top combo were no exception.
Seo Ye Ji looks simply ravishing in pink. This two-piece pink set from Minjukim is cinched tightly, showing off the actress’s famous “ant waist”.
As always, her accessories completed the look: Jimmy Choo sandals and a Joy Gryson bag.