Article: Top 10 Korean Celebrities Who Went To Met Gala

The Met Gala is the acclaimed platform where designers, artists, and celebrities come and showcase their fashion innovations. In all these years, Korean stars have walked into this eminent event and bewildered the world with their style and fashion choices. They have demonstrated their talent, secured distinguished positions in their respective fields, and made their way into the world’s craziest Fashion event of all time. Here, dive with us into a world of Korean celebs who have marked their stamp at the Met Gala and have left their footprints:

1.  Rosé

Roseanne Park is well-renowned as Rosé. She is a Korean-New Zealander singer, and dancer. She auditioned for YG Entertainment in 2012 and then trained as a trainee for four years. She debuted as a member of the girl group Blackpink in 2016. In 2021, she made striking appearance in Met Gala, where she wore Yves Saint Laurent minidress. Not just fashion, but also depicting her dashing attitude toward her music.

2. Jackson Wang

Jackson Wang is a Hong Kong singer, songwriter, rapper, fashion designer, and dancer. He is a member of the South Korean Boy band Got7, which was formed by JYP Entertainment. He is the creator of the record label Team Wang. He made his appearance in 2023’s Met Gala. Wang entered the red carpet in A little Cruella de Vil, a little ‘90s heartthrob outfit. He shined out in the show where a tribute was given to Karl Lagerfeld.

3. CL

Lee Chae-rin, well-known by her stage name CL, is a South Korean singer-songwriter and rapper. She trained at JYP Entertainment but later on joined YG Entertainment. She debuted with the girl group 2NE1 in 2009. She blended perfectly with the 2021 Gala’s theme, where she came dressed up in a denim Alexandra Wang coat over a white brief. Her distinct style collaborated with the Met Gala’s concept and her Korean charm.


Jung Ji-hoon, well-known as RAIN, is a South Korean singer, dancer, actor and record producer. In 2002, he debuted with a solo album Bad Guy. His third and most successful album was It’s Raining. He encountered the World with his fascinating style in 2015’s Met Gala. He wore a stunning tuxedo for MCM, ultimately collaborating with the Theme China: Through the Looking Glass.

5. Jennie

Jennie Kim, better known as Jennie, is a South Korean rapper, singer, and actress. She is one of the members of the K-pop girl group Blackpink, which was formed under YG Entertainment in 2016. She also came up with a solo album named Solo. She made entry into the glorifying fashion world at Met Gala 2023. She wore a magnificent 1990s vintage Chanel minidress, which smoothly coincided with this year’s theme.

6. PSY

Park Jae-sang, professionally known as PSY, is a South Korean rapper, singer, record producer, and songwriter. He is known for his humorous stage performances and videos where his biggest international hit single, Gangnam Style, comes. He came alongside Siwon. He made a roaring success in 2013 when he became the first South Korean singer to be showcased at the Met Gala. He wore a red and black gingham jacket underneath his signature white shirt.

7. Johnny

John Suh, well-known as Johnny, is a South Korean-American singer and rapper. In 2008, after passing an SM Global Audition, he got accepted in SM Entertainment and entered as a trainee. In 2016, he became the confirmed member of NCT 127. He made his Met Gala debut into 2023 where he chose to wear Thom Browne’s Pre-Fall 2023, design, which was sport coat and cuffed trousers that featured reminiscent of toile de jouy.

8. Lay Zhang

Zhang Yixing, professionally known as Lay Zhang, is a Chinese singer, rapper, actor, dancer, businessman, and producer. He debuted as a member of the South Korean-Chinese boy band Exo, which came under SM Entertainment. He displayed his spectacular style in Met Gala 2019, where he united with that year’s theme Camp: Notes on Fashion. He wore a double-breasted black nylon suit designed by Pierpaolo Piccioli.

9. Sora Choi

Sora Choi is a South Korean fashion model. She has won the reality show Korea’s Next Top Model. Her first cover was for W Korea in 2012. She made her international runway debut in 2014, at Louis Vuitton’s cruise show. In 2017, she was listed in the Top 50 Models list. She paid her tribute to designer Karl Lagerfeld in 2023’s Met Gala, where she wore Thom Browne’s two-piece ensemble. The design of her dress featured a ruffled check cape smoothly draped over the gown.

10. Song Hye Kyo

Song Hye-kyo is a South Korean actress. She made her acting debut with a small role in the television series First Love. Her fame rose when she played a role in the KBS drama Autumn In My Heart. She made her Met Gala debut in 2023, where she wore a fabulous pink Fendi gown, from the Couture Spring/Summer collection of 2023. She entered the red carpet with Fendi CEO Serge Brunschwig.