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The Beauty Inside

"Love has many faces."

2015-08-20 Fantasy 2hr 7m

Woo-jin, a furniture designer who wakes up in a different body every day, falls for Yi-soo, a woman he meets through his work.

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Woo-jin, a furniture designer who wakes up in a different body every day, falls for Yi-soo, a woman he meets through his work.

  • Released
    2015-08-20
  • Revenue
    $14,301,869
  • Budget
    n/a
  • Runtime
    2hr 7m
  • Genre
    Fantasy, Romance
  • Status
    Released
  • Language
    English, 한국어/조선말, 日本語
  • imdb-logo
    7.3
  • Production
    Yong Film, Next Entertainment World

Crew

Baik
Director
Kim Seon-jeong
Screenplay
Syd Lim
Producer

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Cast

Kim Dae-myung

Kim Dae-myung

Woo-jin 1
Do Ji-han

Do Ji-han

Woo-jin 18
Bae Sung-woo

Bae Sung-woo

Woo-jin 33
Park Shin-hye

Park Shin-hye

Woo-jin 43
Lee Beom-soo

Lee Beom-soo

Woo-jin 45
Park Seo-jun

Park Seo-jun

Woo-jin 60
Kim Sang-ho

Kim Sang-ho

Woo-jin 61
Chun Woo-hee

Chun Woo-hee

Woo-jin 64
Juri Ueno

Juri Ueno

Woo-jin 74
Lee Jae-joon

Lee Jae-joon

Woo-jin 75
Kim Min-jae

Kim Min-jae

Woo-jin 78
Lee Hyun-woo

Lee Hyun-woo

Woo-jin 81
Jo Dal-hwan

Jo Dal-hwan

Woo-jin 82
Lee Jin-wook

Lee Jin-wook

Woo-jin 84
Seo Kang-joon

Seo Kang-joon

Woo-jin 92
Kim Hee-won

Kim Hee-won

Woo-jin 93
Lee Dong-wook

Lee Dong-wook

Woo-jin 100
Go A-sung

Go A-sung

Woo-jin 101
Kim Joo-hyuk

Kim Joo-hyuk

Woo-jin 109
Yoo Yeon-seok

Yoo Yeon-seok

Woo-jin 123
Lee Dong-hwi

Lee Dong-hwi

Sang-baek
Moon Sook

Moon Sook

Woo-jin's Mother
Lee Kyung-young

Lee Kyung-young

Woo-jin's Father
Choi Yong-min

Choi Yong-min

Yi-soo's Father
Shin Dong-mi

Shin Dong-mi

Yi-soo's Boss
Kim Si-eun

Kim Si-eun

Woo-jin's Mother
Gong Min-jeung

Gong Min-jeung

Resident Doctor
Kim Mi-hui

Kim Mi-hui

Woo-jin 15
Lee Ji-won

Lee Ji-won

Woo-jin 37
Park Keun-rok

Park Keun-rok

Woo-jin 44
Kim Lok-kyoung

Kim Lok-kyoung

Woo-jin 52
Kim Won-jin

Kim Won-jin

Woo-jin 98
Jang Eui-soo

Jang Eui-soo

Woo-jin 106
Go Gyu-pil

Go Gyu-pil

Woo-jin 108
Sin Ye-jin

Sin Ye-jin

Lounge Girl
Kwak Ji-hyun

Kwak Ji-hyun

Mama Studio Staff
Hong Da-mi

Hong Da-mi

Woo-jin
Kim Tae-hyun

Kim Tae-hyun

Woo-jin's Father
Woo Yong-hee

Woo Yong-hee

Woo-jin 7
Yoon Hwan

Yoon Hwan

Woo-jin 19
Yun Ki-chang

Yun Ki-chang

Woo-jin 20
Lee Sang-won

Lee Sang-won

Woo-jin 21
Go Bong-goo

Go Bong-goo

Woo-jin 22
JJ Graham

JJ Graham

Woo-jin 35
Kim Joo-hwang

Kim Joo-hwang

Woo-jin 49
Jung Young-ki

Jung Young-ki

Woo-jin 72
Son Seong-chan

Son Seong-chan

Woo-jin 77
Park Min-su

Park Min-su

Woo-jin 80
Kim Gwang-seop

Kim Gwang-seop

Woo-jin 86
Bae Hyun-kyung

Bae Hyun-kyung

Woo-jin 87
Shin Na-ra

Shin Na-ra

Woo-jin 95
Lee Bom

Lee Bom

Lounge Woman
Ok Joo-ri

Ok Joo-ri

Subway Woo-jin's Father
Ham Tae-in

Ham Tae-in

Snack Cart Woo-jin's Father
Ha Si-yeon

Ha Si-yeon

Mama Studio Staff
Yeom Ji-young

Yeom Ji-young

Mama Regular Customer
Lee Ji-min

Lee Ji-min

Lounge Woman
Lee Myung-ha

Lee Myung-ha

Lounge Woman
Oh A-lin

Oh A-lin

Woman at Party
Son Seul-gi

Son Seul-gi

Glam Sang-baek Woman
Ko Dong-hyoung

Ko Dong-hyoung

Sang-baek's Factory Worker
Lee Seung-chan

Lee Seung-chan

Woo-jin 103

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A Review by Rangan 7

Written by Rangan on 2016-02-04

> Some people really change. From the outside. If you watch this, I think you definitely bring the recent 'The Cobbler', 'The Deaths of I... read more

> Some people really change. From the outside. If you watch this, I think you definitely bring the recent 'The Cobbler', 'The Deaths of Ian Stone' and many other high-concept films into the frame. Yep, it had a zero innovation, but smartly redesigned to bring a different outcome. Actually, it was based on the online film/series (aka social film) of the same name and also heard it was very similar to the book 'Every Day' by David Levithan. My thought is, it did not stand up to my expectation, but very easy to follow and overall, I think it was not a bad movie. If you are a fantasy film fan, then you should try it. A very fascinating fictional movie, that associated with romance. That means it's not your regular emotional-romantic-drama from Korea, but well pitched over all the complication in a relationship when a person is suffering from such a strange disorder. Just like the films 'The Time Traveler's Wife', '50 First Dates' and other similar ones about relationship problems. The first one hour was so good, like everything happened in that period itself. From a simple introduction to a few of fun stuff, until the romance track takes over. The next half was kind of a drag, none any interesting events take place other than keep going blindly like it lost its way out. In those stages, most of the scenes would appear as you are anticipating. Somewhat weaken its strength in storytelling. Since this theme was atypical, on that basis, it makes a vast difference to keep us to stick with it. > "People say true beauty lies inside, > but first impressions are equally important." Anyway, once you begin to watch an unusual love story like this, definitely you can't end it in the middle without knowing the conclusion. I feel, the end was okayish, no twist as you will know in the earlier itself, where it is heading. So nothing special at all, but it finishes it off quite a simple way. The only annoyance is that it was a 2 long hour movie, should have not exceeded more than 90 to 100 minute mark. What I'm saying is not an issue of falling into the boredom, but a stretch that should have remained short and sweet for a lovely film like this. The actors were excellent, but the interesting thing among them was those who are all played the most important role, Woo-Jin. I have seen plenty of high-concept flicks, but I have never seen so many actors (definitely more than 100 actors) playing a same role in a one movie. The appearance was kept changing, but the director did a good job to keep them all at the same pace and intensity to bring Woo-Jin as a single character in behaviour. These days, there's a high expectation for the movies coming out from the Korea. There are vast people around the world who follow either staggering crime-thriller or the sweet romantic-comedies from this region. I know when they take this up, they expect it to better Hollywood and European films. In that perspective, it will disappoint them, because I felt it was a great concept that fell into an ordinary for a few reasons. If you keep your mind narrow, then it might make your time worth spending for it. Personally, I liked it, but my only concern was the third act and a bit lengthy. 6½/10

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A Review by Reno

> Some people really change. From the outside. If you watch this, I think you definitely bring the recent 'The Cobbler', 'The Deaths of Ian Stone' and many other high-concept films into the frame. Yep, it had a zero innovation, but smart...

reviewer avatar

A Review by Rangan 7

Written by Rangan on 2016-02-04

> Some people really change. From the outside. If you watch this, I think you definitely bring the recent 'The Cobbler', 'The Deaths of Ian Stone' and many other high-concept films into the frame. ...

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