I tried the Mediheal mask that Hyunbin’s endorsing; after 3 months without any skincare routine

I haven’t been using any skincare products since early March, mostly since I’m staying at home more often and I don’t really use a lot of skincare products to begin with. I’ve only been washing my face with soap and water—no toners, no serums, no moisturizers.

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4 Times “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay” Explained The Cause and Effect of Mental Health and Disorder in Episode 3

“It’s Okay Not To Be Okay” has brought to light various mental health-related issues; including the possible reasons behind a person developing a disorder, its effect to the actual person and the people around them, and how one’s facade and outer appearance may not reflect what’s going on inside a person’s heart and mind.

Here are four scenes that explained mental health using actual situations:

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Korean Drama Recommendation: “Oh My Ghost”

Shin Soon Ae (portrayed by Kim Seul Gi) is a virgin ghost who couldn’t ascend to the skies due to her “regret” of passing away without knowing what love is. Due to this, Soon Ae “borrows” various women’s bodies to make up for her life’s lack of romance, but ends up not being able to fully “resolve her grudge” as most men would freeze whenever she’s near them… until she meets Chef Kang Sun Woo (portrayed by Jo Jung Suk) of Sun Restaurant, the only person who can seemingly take on her ghost-like energy.

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Webtoon Recommendation: “Your Smile Is A Trap”

Former idol trainee Kiyu, who has always been the center of attention due to his good looks, decided to quit the entertainment industry and live his dream of becoming an ordinary highschool student. With the help of his newly bought ~*~glasses~*~, Kiyu was able to conceal his handsome appearance, but he is now facing a new problem: How will he make friends when everyone is ignoring him after being indirectly labeled as “ordinary”? Plus, it doesn’t help that he’s seated next to the school’s rumored female “bully”, Cha Baek. Will Kiyu be able to live the high school life he longs for, or will this become his setback instead?

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Remember the “Iron Man” mask in “The King: Eternal Monarch”? It’s actually a hi-tech beauty mask for all your skin troubles!

We’ve seen Lee Min Ho (as Lee Gon) use it and lend it to Kim Go Eun (as Jeong Tae Eul) to conceal her identity, Jung Eun Chae (as Prime Minister Koo) tried to have a well-deserved beauty rest while using the product, and Woo Do Hwan (as Jung Eun Seop) even provided comic relief when he tried it on and pretended to be Iron Man.

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Korean Drama Recommendation: “Tale of Nokdu” starring Jang Dong Yoon and Kim So Hyun

Jeon Nok Du (portrayed by Jang Dong Yoon) lived on an isolated island with his family. They lived a seemingly peaceful life, until several female assassins purposely targetted them. Nok Du followed one of the injured assassins, which led him to the sacred windows’ village built besides a gisaeng house. To be able to stay in the village, Nok Du disguised himself as a woman named Lady Kim.

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7 Reasons Why You Should Watch “It’s Okay Not To Be Okay,” starring Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji

It’s Okay Not To Be Okay” recently premiered last weekend. The drama stars Kim Soo Hyun (“from My Love From The Star”) as Moon Gang Tae, a caregiver in a psychiatric ward, and Seo Ye Ji (from “Lawless Lawyer”) as Go Moon Young, a children’s book author with an antisocial personality disorder.

Here are seven reasons why you might want to consider adding this series to your must-watch list:

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Korean Drama Review: Netflix’s “Extracurricular”

Young students are often asked about what they want to do in life throughout their childhood until they’re about to graduate high school — more specifically, which university and job they want to pursue. And while some don’t know exactly what they want, they, at least, try to figure out what they would like to do in the future. However, that’s not the case for everyone; others only hope to make ends meet, eat enough meals every day, and live an ordinary life. These people only dream of survival, and Oh Ji Soo is one of them.

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