- Hwoarang's player 1 outfit shows him wearing a white, long sleeved taekwondo dobok with a black stripe along the seams, with matching pants and bandanna, and a black belt. He also sports fingerless blue gloves and blue footpads that expose his heels and toes. His name is printed on the back of the shirt. Hwoarang has red dyed shoulder length hair parted down the middle.
- Hwoarang's player 2 outfit shows him wearing a blue tank top with a design on the back, green jeans with black chaps, black fingerless gloves, a black leather belt and cowboy boots complete with spurs. He is also wearing motorcycle goggles which are pushed up out of the way. His hair has been brushed back since the goggles would stop it from returning to its natural position.
In Tekken Tag Tournament, Hwoarang's outfits remained unchanged from Tekken 3, however he also received two extra palette-swapped outfits based on his two outfits from Tekken 3.
Player 1 Outfit: His Uniform is Light Blue instead of white. His hair is also noticeably lighter.
Player 2 Outfit: His Tank top is white instead of Gray, and His chaps are blue instead of Dark Green. Like his Player 1 Outfit, his hair is lighter.
Player 3 Outfit: (See Tekken 3 Player 1 Outfit.)
Player 4 Outfit: (See Tekken 3 Player 2 Outfit.)
In Tekken 4, Hwoarang received two all new outfits, replacing the ones in the earlier games.
Player 1 outfit:Hwoarang's new player 1 outfit is still a white taekwondo dobok, but it now consists of a sleeveless shirt with blue outlines and a taegeuk on the left side of the chest, with a red eagle/flame design on the back referring to his Blood Talon nickname. His pants are the same design as his shirt and also feature a red design on his right leg. He has a black belt with his name printed on it and a taegeuk matching his shirt. He has blue fingerless gloves with a blue design and some writing on them, and wears black sneakers instead of blue footguards. His hair is unchanged from Tekken 3, however, he is no longer wearing the bandanna.
Player 2 outfit: Hwoarang's new player 2 outfit consists of the uniform he wore when he fled from the South Korean Army. Since being in the army, he also had to cut his hair and is seen with short spiked hair in place of his usual long hair. His army outfit consists of a green short-sleeved t-shirt, green (woodland) camouflage pants, green fingerless gloves, body armour, light green knee pads, and black footwear.
Tekken 5 saw Hwoarang's outfits returning to the style from Tekken 3 with minor changes. Note that starting with Tekken 5, players are now given the option to customize their character's appearance at the cost of prize money won from fighting.
- Hwoarang's player 1 outfit is identical that of Tekken 3, with the addition of the eagle design from Tekken 4 on the back, the Korean flag on his chest and his blue gloves now have a taegeuk on them. His belt is similar to that from Tekken 4.
- Hwoarang's new player 2 outfit has also returned to his Tekken 3 style, but it now consists of a green and orange vest zipped up with the same design on the back as Tekken 3, blue jeans with black leather chaps along the sides with seven leather straps tied to each leg. He also wears a brown leather belt with a large buckle, black leather fingerless gloves, and orange steel-capped cowboy boots with spurs.
In Dark Resurrection, Hwoarang receives palette swapped versions of his outfits.
For his 1P outfit, His dobok and headband are recolored in dark blue and his gloves and foot guards are recolored in red. In his 2P Outfit, the outline of his vest and chaps are recolored in yellow and the instep of his boots are recolored in black.
Hwoarang wears the original outfits he wore in Tekken 5 with updates. They remain unchanged from Tekken 6 in Bloodline Rebellion.
Player 1 Outfit: Retained from Tekken 5.
Player 2 Outfit: His Player 2 Outfit is reboot of the one he wore in Tekken 5: His vest is shorter and colored in light brown and green. He also gains a buckle at his collar, a necklace with a skull and star pendant. The lenses of motorcycle goggles have orange lenses, his gloves are changed to light brown to match his vest. Additionally, he wears a new pair of brown leather chaps with orange flame-like designs running along the sides and the instep of his boots are light brown.
Player 1 Outfit: Retained from Tekken 6.
(Note: His taekwondo dobok can be unlocked in the customization menu from winning gold panels in ghost battles)
He retains the same 2P costume from the previous game, and when two players choose him in his default costume, his costume will be colored in black and red.
- In the early stages of the game, he retained his outfit from Tekken 6 but colored green and orange like his outfit from Tekken 5.
- In Tekken 7: Fated Retribution, Hwoarang receives a completely new look: Instead of a biker vest, he wears a white t-shirt with dark red emblems on it, leather black pants with white emblems, new boots and a blue leather jacket chained around his neck. Additionally, he now has an eyepatch over his right eye and his hair most of his hair is now black, but a single lock of it remains auburn.