Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger put on a playful display as they don traditional Korean gats at Terminator: Dark Fate event in Seoul

They are hot on the promo trail for the explosive latest film in the iconic sci-fi action franchise. 

And Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger looked delighted as they attended a press conference for Terminator: Dark Fate in Seoul, South Korea on Monday.

The co-stars were in great spirits as they embraced the local culture and donned traditional gats, hats made from horsehair with a bamboo frame.

Local traditions: Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger looked delighted as they attended a press conference for Terminator: Dark Fate in Seoul, South Korea on Monday

Local traditions: Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger looked delighted as they attended a press conference for Terminator: Dark Fate in Seoul, South Korea on Monday

Action star: The co-stars were in great spirits as they embraced the local culture and donned traditional gats, hats made from horsehair with a bamboo frame

Action star: The co-stars were in great spirits as they embraced the local culture and donned traditional gats, hats made from horsehair with a bamboo frame

Sarah Connor star Linda, 63, looked effortlessly chic in a black gown adorned with semi-sheer lace panels and sparkling silver stripes as she donned the wide brimmed hat and struck a pose.

The dress cinched in at her slender waist before flowing into a ruffled skirt, with the beauty boosting her height with a pair of black stiletto boots.   

Her platinum crop was styled in a sleek sidepart while her pretty features were enhanced with a radiant palette of make-up.

Terminator actor Arnold looked dapper in an electric blue blazer, black tee and denim jeans, teamed with chestnut trainers while he tried on the hat, which was worn by men in the Joseon period (1392-1897).

Fashion: Sarah Connor star Linda, 63, looked effortlessly chic in a black gown adorned with semi-sheer lace panels and sparkling silver stripes as she donned the wide brimmed hat and struck a pose

Fashion: Sarah Connor star Linda, 63, looked effortlessly chic in a black gown adorned with semi-sheer lace panels and sparkling silver stripes as she donned the wide brimmed hat and struck a pose

Style: The dress cinched in at her slender waist before flowing into a ruffled skirt, with the beauty boosting her height with a pair of black stiletto boots

Style: The dress cinched in at her slender waist before flowing into a ruffled skirt, with the beauty boosting her height with a pair of black stiletto boots

Smile: Arnold looked in good spirits as he donned the gat during the press conference

Smile: Arnold looked in good spirits as he donned the gat during the press conference

They were joined by their co-stars Mackenzie Davis, Gabriel Luna and Natalia Reyes at the press conference.

In the movie, which opens in theatres on November 1, Reyes plays Danielle Ramos, a young woman targeted for termination by the new advanced Terminator prototype Rev-9 - who Sarah Connor seeks to protect. 

Dark Fate comes 28 years after the second chapter in the legendary franchise - Judgment Day. 

Linda will play Sarah once again while Arnold plays an aging Terminator, one of several sent back in time to kill John Connor in the past who now lives in human society.   

Mackenzie Davies, plays a cyborg from the future who also wants to protect Dani, and Diego Boneta, plays Dani's older brother Miguel.  

Strike a pose: Linda revealed her tattoo as she held up the hat's brim and posed for the camera

Strike a pose: Linda revealed her tattoo as she held up the hat's brim and posed for the camera

Dapper: Terminator actor Arnold looked dapper in an electric blue blazer, black tee and denim jeans, teamed with chestnut trainers
Dapper: Terminator actor Arnold took his seat next to director Tim Miller

Dapper: Terminator actor Arnold looked dapper in an electric blue blazer, black tee and denim jeans, teamed with chestnut trainers

Chic: Mackenzie Davis also tried on the gat during the press conference

Chic: Mackenzie Davis also tried on the gat during the press conference

Edward Furlong, who played John Connor in the 1991 film, is also slated to reprise his role.        

The pair appeared together on BBC's Graham Norton Show in London on Friday night, where Arnold revealed that he's 'disappointed' that he can't run for President of the United States of America.

And Linda revealed that she and her ex-husband James Cameron 'don't talk at all' - despite the Canadian filmmaker directing the latest Terminator instalment.

Arnold said: 'I hate politics. Even when I was Governor (of California) I never considered myself a politician.  

Acclaimed:  Natalia Reyes, Mackenzie, Arnold, Linda, Gabriel Luna and Tim looked delighted as they took to the stage

Acclaimed:  Natalia Reyes, Mackenzie, Arnold, Linda, Gabriel Luna and Tim looked delighted as they took to the stage

Chic: Her platinum crop was styled in a sleek sidepart while her pretty features were enhanced with a radiant palette of make-up

Chic: Her platinum crop was styled in a sleek sidepart while her pretty features were enhanced with a radiant palette of make-up

Legends: Arnold looked focused as he promoted the new film in Seoul

Legends: Arnold looked focused as he promoted the new film in Seoul

Natalia Reyes
Mackenzie Davis

Smile: Natalia and Mackenzie looked pleased as they answered questions while trying on the hats

Legend: Arnold held out his hands as he greeted the assembled crowd at the press conference

Legend: Arnold held out his hands as he greeted the assembled crowd at the press conference

'I was a public servant who created policies to make things better for people.'

Asked if he's disappointed that, because he is Austrian he can't run for president, he said: 'Of course. It would have been great to jump in and run.

'It's the only thing I can't do in America. Everything else I've done is because it is in America, it's the land of opportunity.'

Turning his attention to Linda, Graham asked how she was persuaded by James Cameron, her ex-husband and director of the new movie, to reprise the role.

Linda revealed: 'We don't talk at all. He rang three times and it was only on the third call when he mentioned it was about work that I rang him back!

'It took me a little while to decide if I had something more to do with her character.'

Style: Mackenzie looked casually chic in a white blouse and bootcut jeans
Style: Mackenzie looked casually chic in a white blouse and bootcut jeans

Style: Mackenzie looked casually chic in a white blouse and bootcut jeans

Revealing that she'd had to be persuaded to do the very first Terminator, Linda said: 'I didn't want to do it at all. I was a snotty New York actress and I didn't want to go to California.

'It was only when I saw Arnie on set and he was fantastic, that I thought, "I'm in!"

Arnold, a little crestfallen, asked: 'You didn't want to work with me? That's the first time I've heard that story.' 

Linda divorced Terminator director James in 1999 after two years of marriage. The former couple share daughter Josephine, 26.

Guess who's back: The long-time friends are set to reprise their iconic roles in Terminator, 28 years after the second chapter in the legendary franchise - Judgment Day (Arnold pictured in movie still)
Guess who's back: The long-time friends are set to reprise their iconic roles in Terminator, 28 years after the second chapter in the legendary franchise - Judgment Day (Linda pictured in movie still)

Guess who's back: The long-time friends are set to reprise their iconic roles in Terminator, 28 years after the second chapter in the legendary franchise - Judgment Day

 

 

 

Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger don Korean gats at Terminator: Dark Fate event in Seoul 

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