Jaehyun NCT Appears Bare Face And All-Prada Returns From Milan, This Item Is Unexpectedly The Most Expensive


NCT’s Jaehyun Finally Returned To South Korea After Attending The Luxury Brand Prada Event In Milan, Italy. He Appeared All Black By Wearing Fantastic Priced Items.

June 22, NCT ‘s Jaehyun finally returned to South Korea after recently attending a Prada event in Milan, Italy. Jaehyun’s appearance at the airport is certainly one that has attracted the attention of fans.

Jaehyun is seen choosing an all-black style for his return to South Korea. The handsome idol looks relaxed even without wearing any makeup.

The handsome idol born in 1997 chose to appear all black and unexpectedly appeared wearing glasses. Jaehyun wore a black sweater and jacket combined with matching trousers.

Jaehyun added a casual look by wearing a black beanie hat and a sling bag. All the items that Jaehyun was wearing were revealed to be collections from Prada.

Dispatch then revealed the price of the clothes worn by Jaehyun when he returned to South Korea. All the items he wears have fantastic prices.

The knitted beanie hat worn by Jaehyun was revealed to have a price of 550 thousand won or the equivalent of 6.3 million rupiah. The knitted sweater under the jacket has a price of 1.75 million won or approximately 20 million rupiah.

Furthermore, the jacket he wore was worth 2.94 million won or 33.5 million rupiah. The trousers that Jaehyun wore had a price of 1.56 million won or the equivalent of 17.8 million rupiah.

The bag that Jaehyun is wearing has a price of 2.2 million won or 25.1 million rupiah. Then, wearing shoes for 1.54 million won or 17.6 million rupiah.

Thus, the total price for Jaehyun’s airport fashion this time is around 120.2 million rupiah. The jacket worn by the SM Entertainment idol is the most expensive item among the others.

Meanwhile, Jaehyun himself will soon be leaving for Japan to continue his dome tour with NCT 127 . The NCT sub-unit will hold their final dome tour at Kyocera Dome Osaka on June 25 and 26. . . . . . . . . . .