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

Pictures are a static art form, yet they present a beautiful way to capture movement. Motion can be used to preserve transient flashes of joy and intimacy between two people, as in Hyeri and Jang Ki-yong’s photoshoot for 1st Look. Yiren of Everglow is carefree dancing under a blue sky, while Seventeen’s Hoshi displays a powerful fluidity of movement as he performs in the glow of a single spotlight. Motion can add intrigue to a model’s stance, as in Rosé’s pictorial for Elle, or be part of the scene, like the raindrops in Yeonjun’s ice-cold concept photo for TXT’s second album. Flick through these pictures to find your favourite moment.

(Images via Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, W, Arena, Esquire, 1st Look, Big Hit Entertainment, Yuehua Entertainment)