True Beauty, Synopsis of Korean Drama 2020

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Moon Ga-young and Cha Eun-woo ASTRO will appear together for the first time in the Korean drama titled True Beauty. The following is a synopsis of the Korean drama True Beauty.

True Beauty is a romantic comedy drama about Lim Ju-gyeong (Moon Ga-young) who loves makeup to hide his face. All he did was to fight the discomfort of his appearance.

She is actually a bright student who is full of enthusiasm, but always refuses to appear without makeup. Make-up is considered to be a way to restore her confidence and self-esteem.

However, her goddess appearance did not come overnight. She went through a number of failures and lessons learned to master makeup.

Lim Ju-gyeong later meets Lee Su-ho (Cha Eun-woo ASTRO), a popular student who has emotional wounds. At the school, there is also a popular student named Han Seo-hun (Hwang In-yeob), a rebel who turns out to have a very warm heart.

In an interview, Moon Ga-young stated that Lim Ju-gyeong went through many trials and failures before finally understanding and understanding makeup techniques.

"I really enjoyed the process of making this film. I wanted to know what the audience thought about it," said Moon Ga-young.

Broadly speaking, True Beauty is a romantic comedy about some people who learn to overcome self-distrust and insecurities after sharing their secrets with each other.

This drama is the adaptation of a hit webtoon with a similar title published in 2018. Yaongyi's webtun has garnered 4 million readers worldwide, including from the United States, Japan, and France.

True Beauty was directed by Kim Sang-hyub who previously directed the dramas Extraordinary You, The King in Love, Glamorous Temptation, Dong Yi, and Cinderella Man.

He admits that he is interested in adapting the webtoon because he realizes that True Beauty has a deep message, not just a teen romance series.

"When I first read the webtoon, I felt it was about high school girls who fantasized about being beautiful with make-up. But after reading, I felt that her suffering was more universal, such as the struggles and injustices that everyday people face," said Kim Sang-hyub.

True Beauty airs starting December 9 on tvN.