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"True Beauty" Gets Virtual Casting Following Drama Confirmation

2019/07/02 | Permalink | Source

The webtoon "True Beauty", also known as "Descent of A Goddess", is back and the heat isn't dying down.

"True Beauty" has come back on Naver after a two-month break. Despite its absence, "True Beauty" managed to stay in top charts, and it's being serviced in other Asian countries as well. The webtoon belongs to the top 3 in local charts.

"True Beauty" isn't complete yet, but it's confirmed for a drama version. Fans are excited and have begun virtual casting. Cha Eun-woo was mentioned for the role of Lee Soo-ho, the leading man. There was no opposition to this, as the actor is tall and model-like. As Han Seo-joon, the other main character, Kwon Hyun-bin from the group JBJ was brought up, as he resembles the character in the webtoon.

Meanwhile, the drama "True Beauty" has no official release date yet.

Source : www.etoday.co.kr/news...

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