I have an idea. A hypothosis even. Here it is. I believe that I can prove that Khotties look even better in black and white. Would you care to take a look at my evidence?
Let’s kick it off with the photo which started this thought process. Woo Bin man, Woo. Bin.
Exhibit #2 Jay Park. Nice sleeve Mr.
Exhibit 3: This week’s Musical Monday, Yong Hwa. Can’t help but notice they photoshopped out the big earring holes from his lobes.
Exhibit 4: T.O.P, I’m not sure what he’s doing here, but in black and white it looks fun and alluring.
Exhibit 5: T.O.P’s partner in crime thinks his profile is most especially striking in the black and white tones.
Exhibit 6: Here’s Junho. Not sure who he is or where he’s from but he’s in black and white, looks slightly age appropriate, and is in black and white.
Exhibit 7: Three Words. So. Ji. Sub
Exhibit 8: Song Joong Ki. I’ve seen this shot in color and I’ve seen this shot in black and white. Black and white wins.
Exhibit 9: Taemin is heightened to art film in black and white.
Exhibit 10: Gong Yoo. Dark and shadows, smoke and mirrors.
Exhibit 11: Lee Dong Wook. Angsty shower scenes just look angstier without color.
Exhibit 12: Sung Hoon, the shadows really invite you in for a closer look, don’t they?
Have I proven my point yet? No? Yeah, you’re right, better be safe than sorry.
Exhibit 13: JB & Jackson!
Now, these guys are only here as examples. They are not, I repeat NOT Khotties. They are handsome young men who are not quite old enough to be considered as a khottie.
Exhibit 14: Cho Si Won. Look at that face! That’s a face made for black and white.
And finally, my last exhibit, what I believe will, without further doubt, prove my case, Won Bin.