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Actress Han Chae Young is acknowledged to be one of the most beautiful women in Korea. The press gave her the nickname "Korea"s Barbie Doll" because of her tall, slender figure, particularly her long legs.
Han is a popular commercial model, but she"s also known for her roles in dramas such as "Delightful Girl Choon Hyang," "Boys Over Flowers," "Ad Genius Lee Tae Baek" and "Pretty Man." And she"s been in a few films, including "Girlfriends" and "The Influence."
The actress once told the media outlet Asia Today that her looks have not always worked in her favor. She gets plenty of commercial work because of her exceptional figure and features but she says that audiences think that her looks make her seem unapproachable.
Her next two projects, however, have a lot to do with her beauty. In fact, both projects capitalize on her good looks and makeup skills.
First, the 35-year-old actress will host a beauty show called "Take Care of My Dressing Table." The FashionN cable show will feature beauty industry professionals such as makeup artists and hairdressers. Viewers can learn how to achieve the latest looks and discover which looks are best for them. According to the Korean media outlet Joongang Daily, the beauty reality show is expected to air in December.
And Han was also cast in a web drama series titled "Beauty Master" that focuses on beauty industry professionals. Her co-stars in the drama are Seo Joon Young, last seen in "Super Daddy Yeol," and Son Eun Soo, who appeared in "The Eccentric Daughter-in-Law."
Han"s agency Hanyang EM confirmed her casting in "Beauty Master" with a press release that said, "Han Young has been given the lead role."
Han also confirmed her role with the Korean media outlet TV Report.
"I act the part of a beauty with great makeup skills," she said.
The web drama begins filming in November and will air in China before it is shown in Korea.
The actress is very popular in China. In 2015 she appeared in both a Chinese drama, "1931 Love Story," and a Chinese film, "A Big Deal."