How 4th Generation Girl Groups Wear Their Most Recent “Knowing Bros” School Uniforms Differently

Their styles fit them perfectly.

The JTBC variety show Knowing Bros is famous for having a school concept. The cast members and guests all dress for the part in uniforms, with fourth generation girl groups wearing similar styles but in opposite colorways.

Check them out below!

1. Dark

First up, there are several groups who chose the dark school girl concept in their latest appearance on the show.


Aespa, specifically Karina, Ningning, and Winter, arrived on set wearing a traditional looking uniform in a timeless navy blue color.

From Left to Right: Aespa’s Karina, Ningning, and Winter

Karina accessorized with a ribbon while the other two chose neckties. A white polo shirt served as the base of their attire.

They captured a great deal of attention the moment they appeared in front of the cameras.


LE SSERAFIM is another group who wore dark colored uniforms this year. Half donned black vests and cardigans while the other—Sakura and Yunjin—dressed in gray.

LE SSERAFIM | @le_sserafim/Twitter

Like aespa, the Source Music group looked chic and charismatic in their outfits. The style fit the intense concept of the track they were promoting, “Unforgiven.”

Needless to say, both aespa and LE SSERAFIM were the definition of “girl crush.”

2. Light

On the other hand, some fourth generation girl groups chose a lighter color palette for their uniforms.


IVE, for instance, graced the Knowing Bros set this April in a mix of pink, blue, and white. They brought along cute bags that emphasized their youthfulness.


Unsurprisingly, they looked fresh from head to toe.


Like IVE, ITZY also chose pink as the main color of the day. Chaeryeong, Yuna, and Yeji caught everyone’s attention right away with their stunning visuals.

From Left to Right: ITZY’s Chaeryeong, Yuna, and Yeji

Each of them looked charming and sweet in their uniforms.

Whether girl groups wear darker or lighter colored clothes, they all look breathtaking!

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