Welcome back to For Your Viewing Pleasure, where we take time out of the week to curate a set of photos from the K-pop landscape.

If you’re short like me, then you no doubt have spent time thinking about how to look tall in photos — from standing on your tippy-toes to taking photos from a lower angle to make your legs look longer (although with that technique there is a risk of showing that double chin). This week, we take a look at the “tall and straight” pose — a portrait photo taken of the model standing upright showing the entire length of their body in a straightened shot. By doing so, the model’s body fills the entire frame lengthwise, leaving room widthwise to create the illusion of looking more slender. It’s an easy tip that can be used the next time you want to add a few inches to your height!

(Images via High Cut, Esquire Korea, The Star, Harper’s Bazaar, Cosmopolitan Korea, InStyle Korea, Marie Claire Korea, Dazed and Confused Korea, Nylon Korea, Céci)