Remember HADURI? It’s Making A Crazy Comeback With Idols In Korea!

Do you remember HADURI?

HADURI is a photo and video program that was popular among students from the late ’90s to the early ’00s in Korea. Photos taken by popular idols using HADURI in the past have always been a hot topic among netizens, attracting attention from their fans. Recently, the filter “HADURE” reproduces the unique feel of HADURI is gaining popularity again in Korea, particularly amongst idols!

Notable idols who have use the filter include:

1.  DBSK’s U-Know Yunho

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On February 2, Yunho shared a recent photo, as well as a throwback using HADURI that was taken 20 years ago!

2. EXO’s Chanyeol

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EXO‘s Chanyeol also released a “HADURE” photo.  Actor Jung Kyung Ho even commented on it!

3. Red Velvet’s Seulgi

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Red Velvet‘s Seulgi released a photo posing with a stuffed toy of Snoopy with the comment “take a picture“. She also shared a picture with scribbles on her nose and cheeks, leading fans to comment “too cute“.

4. Junsu

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Junsu recently held a fan meeting to commemorate the 10th anniversary of his debut and his agency C-JeS Entertainment released this photo congratulating him on the day of the event.

5. AOA Jimin & Seolhyun

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Last month, AOA‘s Jimin released a series of photos taken with Seolhyun along with the caption “What happens in Bali“. Former FTISLAND member Seunghyun also commented, saying “You’re both beautiful.

6. FTISLAND Lee Jaejin

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FTISLAND‘s Lee Jaejin who enlisted in the army last month released a photo that used the “HADURE” filter two days before his enlistment with the hashtag “#2DaysLeft“.

7. Cosmic Girls’ Dayoung & Exy

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Cosmic Girls’ Dayoung and Exy released “HADURE” photos for two consecutive days. Although the photos had a different atmosphere, their visuals attracted attention.


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THE BOYZ‘s Q released multiple photos on the group’s official Twitter posing next to a cushion of BTS V‘s Tata character.

What do you think about the resurgence of this late ’90s filter’s popularity? Have you tried it out for yourself?