VIDEO one hundred Years Of Korean Attractiveness In 1 Minute

VIDEO one hundred Years Of Korean Attractiveness In 1 Minute

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterAs a phase of their one hundred Years of Attractiveness video series, the team at has created a brief video superbly illustrating how Korean cosmetic in either the South and the North has evolved during the last100 years. 

Starting with a colonial-era glance from the start of the twentieth century and finishing amongsta phenomenaltrendyappearance from today, the video even splits once it reaches the 1950s to turn how makeup and type has evolvedone at a timearound the borders of North and South Korea.

The video starts in the 1910s with a stunningly regal and vintage expect from Koreas duration after first being colonized through Japan.

Soft and graceful curls with naturally sharp makeup signify the look of the 1920s.

Bright red lips and a decorated hat are the mannerissues of the 1930s look.

The 1940s presented up a more loose and unfastenedsearch for women.

The 1950s marks the historic split into the ROK (South Korea) and the DPRK (North Korea), with the South wearing a glamorous old-Hollywood look in stark contrast to the Norths militarized fashion.

Big hair and brighter makeup characterizes South Korea in the 1960s when compared to the herbal country look from North Korea.

The impression of Western tasteis plain in South Korea in the 1970s whilst a bright summer look is on display screen in the North.

In the 1980s, South Korea is in a position to get ambitiousand cool while a more simplistic and stoic look is liked in the North.

A lovely and poppy look used to beconventional in the 1990s in the South while a functional and conservative look exemplifies the North.

K-pop makes its mark on South Korean beauty in the 2000s while the North sees a go back to fashion in the sort ofarmy uniforms.

Finally with the up-to-date fashion of the 2010s, South Korea favors long flowing hair with bold makeup while North Korea favors a tighter and brisker look.

Check out the entire video of a century of Korean fashion below:

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A Hundred Years Inheritance: Lee Jung Jins birth mother revealed!

A Hundred Years Inheritance: Lee Jung Jins birth mother revealed!

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“A Hundred Year”s Inheritance” Jeon In Hwa discovers that Lee Jung Jin is her biological son.

May 25, the 41st episode of the MBC weekend drama “A Hundred Year”s Inheritance” featured Yang Choon Hee (Jeon In Hwa) discovering that Lee Se Yoon (Lee Jung Jin) is her biological son.

This episode revealed Yang Choon Hee coming across a diary at Baek Sul Joo”s (Cha Hwa Yeon) house that had been sent by the orphanage. Yang Choon Hee begins to read the diary and discovers a 30-year-old secret about Lee Se Yoon”s birth.

Baek Sul Joo had switched her own son with Yang Choon Hee”s son. Her son had been deathly ill. After 30 years, Yang Choon Hee had found out about the secret in the diary of the head nun at the orphanage. Shocked, Yang Choon Hee murmurs, “Sul Joo switched my child?” and rushes out of Baek Sul Joo”s house.


Yoo Ah In in hot demand with another casting for new film 'Hundred Years War'

Yoo Ah In in hot demand with another casting for new film 'Hundred Years War'

Actor Yoo Ah In is definitely in hot demand as he is in talks for another film this year, "Hundred Years War"!

According to movie industry insiders, Yoo Ah In is looking over a casting offer for new film "Hundred Years" War" and going over the details before signing the contract. The film will be directed by "All About My Wife"s director Min Kyu Dong and produced by Lotte Entertainment. It has been reported that the actor received the casting offer last year but only recently made up his mind to go for it.

As if Yoo Ah In didn"t have enough on his plate already with his starring in upcoming JTBC drama "Love Affair", which will premiere in March, and shooting for his other film "Veteran", if confirmed, the actor will take on three projects back to back.



[Spoiler] "A Hundred Year's Inheritance" ends happily

According to Nielsen Korea on the 24th, MBC weekend drama "A Hundred Year's Inheritance" rated 30.3%.

This is 1.7% higher than the previous episode and a final breakthrough of 30%.

Lee Se-yoon (Lee Jeong-jin) and Min Chae-won (Yoo Jin) were finally able to get married with the blessings of their family.

Meanwhile, KBS 2TV weekend drama "Lee Soon-sin is the Best" rated 27.5% and MBC "Gold, Appear!" rated 16.9%. SBS "The Secret of Birth" and "Wonderful Mama" rated 6.4% and 7.7%.



[Spoiler] "A Hundred Year's Inheritance" Lee Jeong-jin stops breathing

Lee Jeong-jin was in an accident.

Se-yoon (Lee Jeong-jin) decided to go to the US branch of his company and tried to convince Chae-won (Yoo Jin) to go with him.

Chae-won refused and Se-yoon was about leave alone. He called Chun-hee (Jeon In-hwa) for the last time but her phone was off.

He called Hyo-dong (Jeong Bo-seok) and told him that he would like to see his mother for the last time, then Hyo-dong told him where she was.

Se-yoon stopped by Cheon-an where she was before going to the airport but a truck had suddenly lost control and hit the cab that he was in.

He was taken to the ER right away but his heart rate went down quickly. The episode ended with his heart rate at '0'.


"A Hundred Year's Inheritance" in first place all weekend

"A Hundred Year's Inheritance" beat "Lee Soon-sin is the Best" all weekend.

According to Nielsen Korea, MBC "A Hundred Year's Inheritance" rated 28.6%. This is slightly more than the previous episode's 28.3%. "A Hundred Year's Inheritance" beat KBS 2TV "Lee Soon-sin is the Best" and came in first all weekend.

"Lee Soon-sin is the Best" failed to set a record. It rated 27.9% which is 4.7% more than the previous day but not enough to take back the throne.

Meanwhile, MBC drama "Gold, Appear!" rated 16.8% and SBS "The Secret of Birth" rated 6.8% while "Wonderful Mama" rated 6.4%.


Sim I-yeong comes back with

Sim I-yeong comes back with "A Hundred Year's Inheritance"

Actress Sim I-yeong is coming back to the MBC drama "A Hundred Year's Inheritance".

Various concerned in broadcasting revealed that Sim I-yeong will be back in the drama starting on the 14th.

Sim I-yeong starred in the drama as Kim Cheol-gyu (Choi Won-yeong) wife Ma Hong-joo and added fun to the drama. However, she left to Paris on the thirty-eighth episode at the end of a long conflict with chairwoman Bang (Park Won-sook).

Sim I-yeong's return was already planned and she hinted this fact during an interview one day.

Sim I-yeong will be in the drama until the end. She could meet a happy ending and put an end to her loneliness. Netizens welcome this news of her come back.

Meanwhile, Sim I-yeong is in the middle of filming the movie "Precious Love" and has been set to star in the SBS drama "Goddess of Marriage".



[Spoiler] "A Hundred Year's Inheritance" Yoo Jin gives up marrying Lee Jeong-jin

Lee Jeong-jin and Yoo Jin couldn't get married.

On the forty-sixth episode of the MBC drama "A Hundred Year's Inheritance", Min Chae-won (Yoo Jin) gave up marrying Lee Se-yoon (Lee Jeong-jin) after she got a call from her aunt Do Do-hee (Park Joon-geum).

Lee Se-yoon 'kidnapped' Min Chae-won and took her out of the city to marry her. He assured her everything was going to be alright and she was also sure about not giving him up and was going to follow him.

However, on the day of the wedding, she cried listening to the voice mail sent to her phone by Yang Choon-hee (Jeon In-hwa). She trusted Lee Se-yoon but she was concerned about getting married without the blessings from their parents.

She then got a call from her aunt Do Do-hee and gave up the wedding.

She watched Lee Se-yoon from behind as he looked for her and begged, "Your mother is in danger and was taken to the emergency room. She tried to kill herself. Go to Seoul. We can't get married like this. We won't be happy".


"A Hundred Year's Inheritance" Lee Jeong-jin and Yoo Jin reveal wedding shots

Lee Jeong-jin and Yoo Jin have pictures of their wedding.

The weekend MBC drama "A Hundred Year's Inheritance" is at the peak of its phase with the secret of Lee Se-yoon's (Lee Jeong-jin) birth out. During all this, Min Chae-won (Yoo Jin) and Lee Se-yoon's wedding pictures have come up on the 7th.

This scene was shot in a church in Incheon. Yoo Jin is wearing a white dress with a wreath on her head and Lee Jeong-jin is looking at her with loving eyes in a suit.

Another picture shows Lee Jeong-jin preparing water for her to wash in and Yoo Jin is waiting with a happy smile on her face. This makes many wonder if they eloped.

Meanwhile, Chairwoman Bang (Park Won-sook) has been cornered at the police station with her overwhelming loans and Yang Chun-hee (Jeon In-hwa) comes up with a serious decision at the sight of her family going through such a hard time.



[Spoiler] "A Hundred Year's Inheritance", the end of Choi Won-sook

Park Won-sook, the evil woman in the MBC "A Hundred Year's Inheritance" might meet the end of her bad deeds.

On the forty-fourth episode of this drama, Kim Joo-ri (Yoon Ah-jeong) who failed receive the love of Lee Se-yoon (Lee Jeong-jin), stole the proposal and researchers to his new project to rebel against him but heavy metal was found in the product she made.

Joo-ri had risked a lot to pay back against Se-yoon. She had used much of her assets on marketing and used cheap ingredients to make noodles. When metal was found in the main ingredient, mugwort, Joo-ri and her mother Bang Yeong-ja (Park Won-sook) were in danger. Yeong-ja had even expanded her business by using loans and was arrested by the police.

Her wealth was also being investigated altogether and the episode ended with Bang Yeong-jae getting arrested. An end had finally came to Bang Yeong-ja and her daughter, Joo-ri, who have been causing a public rage.

Meanwhile, "A Hundred Year's Inheritance" is based on the story of an old noodle factory which reflects on the way human's live, tangled up like the noodles.