Here Are Korean, Japanese, And Chinese Beauty Standards Shown By Each Country’s Handsome Male Celebrities

They’re all stunning in their own ways!

According to each country’s preferences when it comes to handsome men, different types of visuals can gain popularity. A Korean netizen pointed out some of the most popular male celebrities from China, Japan, and Korea that are all considered attractive in their respective countries. Analyzing the traits they have in common, check out each country’s different beauty standard according to some of the most beloved male celebrities below!

1. Chinese

According to netizens, Chinese men who are considered handsome often have a long and slender face shape like actor Song Weilong.


They also have very defined facial features like a tall nose and deep eyes.


Handsome male celebrities may often be very tall like actor Wang He Di, also known as Dylan Wangwho is 6 feet!


Lastly, like actor and singer Arthur Chen Feiyu, fans love someone with a “luxurious and confident aura and a princely vibe.”


2. Japanese

Japanese men with a short lower face like actor Ryo Yoshizawa may be often considered handsome by Japan’s beauty standards.



Just like singer and actor Sho Hirano, they can have very bold facial features like thick lips, big eyes, and deep double eyelids.


They might often prefer “southern-like features” and a “hot aura.” Actor Sota Fukushi shows some of these qualities.

They can also be described as “gentle, more of a prince than a king,” which describes his gentle aura perfectly!


3. Korean

Korean men may often be considered handsome when they have balanced facial features, like ASTRO‘s Cha Eunwoo.

They can also be described as having “northern-like features,” according to netizens.


They can also have big eyes without double eyelids like actor Park Bogum.

This often gives them a heart-fluttering gaze and their own unique aura.



Similar to actor Seo Kang Joon, they can appear like a prince from a story and have a youthful appearance with white and clear skin.


Source: theqoo