Detailed InformationBroadcasting company: KBS
Also known as : Dongahn Mi Nyeo
Genre : Romance, comedy
TV Premiere: 2011-May-02 to 2011-June-21
Production : Oh Sun Hyung, Jung Do Yoon
Director: Lee Jin Sei, Lee So Yun
Main Casts : Jang Nara as Lee So Young, Choi Daniel as Choi Jin Wook, Ryu Jin as Ji Seung Il, Kim Min Seo Extended Cast: Hyun Young, Yoon Hee Suk, Hong Rok Gi, Oh Yun Seo, Yoo Yun Ji, Park Chul Min, Kim Hye Ok, Kim Mi Kyung, Na Young Hee. Kim Gyu Chul
Running Time per Episode : 60min
Total Episodes : 16
Jang Na Ra plays a 34 year old woman but looks like a woman who's still in her 20s. She gets fired from her job and has to lie about her age in order to get hired for another job. Choi Daniel plays a man who's rich and only dates girls younger than him. He meets and falls for Jang Na Ra.
The trailer for KBS's upcoming Baby-Faced Beauty is out, and it's really pretty adorable. Not that I was expecting it to be bad, but I just expected more of the usual trendy type stuff, not something quite so quirky and refreshing.
In case you need a refresher: Baby-Faced Beauty is about a 34-year-old woman who looks a decade younger, gets fired from her old job because of her true age, and gets hired at a new, better job where she meets her love interests (one is a CEO boss, the other a younger guy with the opposite issue, as he looks older than his relatively young years) and pursues her dream of being a fashion designer. But wouldn'tcha know, her rival in business AND in love happens to be a beautiful young woman who's already a designer. Funny how Fate likes to mess with us.
Take a look at the preview for the drama, which follows Monday-Tuesday drama Crime Squad, and premieres May 2:
The captions read:
Jang Nara: "Absolute baby face, old maid, Lee So-young (34 years old)"
Daniel Choi: "Old-faced MD, Choi Jin-wook, has just met his worst enemy (27 years old)"
Ryu Jin: "Cold-hearted, chic CEO Seung-il (35 years old)"
Kim Min-seo: "Single-minded designer Yoon Seo (26 years old)"
This throws me into the throes of indecision: Baby-Faced Beauty is airing directly against Lie To Me, which stars Yoon Eun-hye and Kang Ji-hwan, two stars for whom I have a great amount of affection, and boasts an equally familiar-but-potentially-hilarious-and-adorable rom-com premise. Thanks to the internet I don't have to choose which one to watch but I do have to choose which gets recap duty. What to do??