Moon Ga-young in a scene from True Beauty. Moon’s character has an inferiority complex because of her looks, until she discovers the world of make-up. Photo: Viu Moon Ga-young in a scene from True Beauty. Moon’s character has an inferiority complex because of her looks, until she discovers the world of make-up. Photo: Viu
Moon Ga-young in a scene from True Beauty. Moon’s character has an inferiority complex because of her looks, until she discovers the world of make-up. Photo: Viu

In K-drama True Beauty, Moon Ga-young’s sparkling turn carries breezy teen romance

  • Romantic entanglements revolve around Moon’s ugly duckling character, who discovers the world of make-up and is transformed into a stunning beauty
  • The series is tailor-made for young girls, who will easily recognise this world of K-beauty, karaoke and Korean snack foods

Topic |   Korean drama reviews
Moon Ga-young in a scene from True Beauty. Moon’s character has an inferiority complex because of her looks, until she discovers the world of make-up. Photo: Viu Moon Ga-young in a scene from True Beauty. Moon’s character has an inferiority complex because of her looks, until she discovers the world of make-up. Photo: Viu
Moon Ga-young in a scene from True Beauty. Moon’s character has an inferiority complex because of her looks, until she discovers the world of make-up. Photo: Viu
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