I am not familiar with this brand but its packaging is reminiscent of Skinfood’s, thanks to its vintage-feel graphics. Its tubes and jars are also somewhat similar to those of the latter.
Lotus Palace has more information on TonyMoly.
Kim has a tendency to look effeminate because of his delicate features but before any fans start hurling abuse at me or spam me for denigrating their idol, I must say he has a beautiful smile. He may not be the best actor on the show but when he smiles…*melts*
He is stylishly coiffed in the first part of the series – I love how the layers fall over his eye, imparting a splash of dashing. His character may seem aloof but whenever he rescues damsel in Jan-distress (props to Dramabeans for her coinage), I am utterly charmed.
However, I like him best when he is half-amused and acting as a foil to the other characters in the show, especially Gu Jun Pyo, who is played by Lee Min Ho. Like his fellow actor, Lee is also the face for a beauty brand.
Kimmy, this post is dedicated to you! ;)
* I disliked this episode for its incongruences and was, for most of the time, frustrated with the female lead‘s inertia and deviation from her character. That said, I was tickled when Ji Hoo (Kim Hyun Joong’s character) was watching another character on the show model for ‘TonyTony’ – surely that was a shout-out to the actor’s endorsement of the brand! :D
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