Shadow Beauty Episode 5 will be released on 1 December 2021 at 8:00 pm KST on the tvN channel. Fans are excited about the release.
Shadow Beauty starts with Koo Ae Jin being tormented at school and even criticized by strangers because of her appearance. But after school, she lives a double life as Genie, a social media sensation with 770K followers.
Who she portrays with heavy makeup and hours of photo editing. What will happen if a boy from school finds Koo Ae Jin’s secret while she is toeing the line between her true self and Genie.
Plot Of The Shadow Beauty
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Ae-Jin (Shim Dal-Gi) is a senior in high school. She is bullied by her classmates, who label her ugly. Jin-Sung is the only buddy she has at school (Yang Hong-Seok). Ae-Jin also has a hidden talent that no one knows about.
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Her secret is that she is Genie, a well-known and renowned social media influencer with over 770,000 followers. Ae-Jin enhances the beauty of her selfies by photoshopping them and then sharing them on social media as Genie. Ae-Jin gets a text message with an untouched snapshot of herself one day. That person is aware of Ae-status Jin’s as a Genie.
Shadow Beauty Episode 5 Release Date And More
The 5 episode of Shadow Beauty will air on December 1, 2021, at 8 p.m. KST. Unlike other Korean shows, each episode will last only 20 minutes, and the drama will consist of 13 episodes.
As a result, Shadow Beauty will come to an end on January 1, 2022. Furthermore, new episodes will be released every Wednesday and Saturday.
Where To Watch
The good news is that Shadow Beauty is available on Kakao Tv for free. If the service is available in your area, you can watch the episodes on the Kakao Tv app.
Shadow Beauty, on the other hand, will be available on Rakuten Viki as well. The service is relatively available in all regions, and viewers can watch “Shadow Beauty” on the Viki website or application. You only need a subscription to get started. Non-Korean speakers will also be able to access subtitles through the app.
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