Drama Adaption of Beauty Inside Finalizes Cast of Seo Hyun Jin, Lee Min Ki, Ahn Jae Hyun, and Lee Da Hee

Casting has firmed up for the K-drama adaptation of the movie Beauty Inside, with a twist that the body changer this time is the female lead rather than the male lead in the movie. The drama has inked Seo Hyun Jin to play the role of a woman who changes forms (man, child, young, old, etc) anytime a trigger event happens, as opposed to every morning in the movie. That made for the movie doing a different high profile cameo each day but for a drama that clearly won’t work. Romance Seo Hyun Jin will be Lee Min Ki who is really returned to drama land after last year’s This Life is Our First and prior to that nearly a decade away from television shows. Rounding out the main leads will be Ahn Jae Hyun and Lee Da Hee both of whom I am good with in supporting roles. The drama is slated for cable network jTBC with an eye towards end of 2018 year airing.


Drama Adaption of Beauty Inside Finalizes Cast of Seo Hyun Jin, Lee Min Ki, Ahn Jae Hyun, and Lee Da Hee — 5 Comments

  1. lee min ki!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ok so I actually haven’t seen the movie, I know what its about but can someone spoil it for me and tell me what happens so I can get an idea of what the show might be like.

    • ***SPOILER***

      I saw the movie on Netflix and can give you a general idea. In the film, the main character was born a male, and lived with the same face/body for 18 yrs. On his 18th birthday, he woke up as someone else and from then on each day he wakes up as a different person for that day. He is a furniture designer and one day he goes to a furniture store and sees main female lead played by Han Hyo Joo and falls in love at first sight. He approaches her and they begin a relationship after he tells her about his “issue”. The film explores the various questions/issues/problems that come with loving someone who is different every day. The main characters go through ups and downs,break up and then get back together, so it is a happy ending.

  2. “a person who changes forms anytime a trigger event happens” sounds like a Werewolf to me… hahaha… I enjoy the movie very much and this drama does not sound comparable just from reading its description.

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