“Look At Me” is a medical mystery thriller that traces the truth behind an incident when a famous plastic surgeon, who had a reputation known as the doctor god, fell into the abyss after being caught in an unexpected incident and undergoes reconstructive plastic surgery with the face of a crime victim.
From Korea’s beauty plastic surgery to reconstructive plastic surgery, which is drawing keen attention from around the world, the world of K- plastic surgery, which has not yet been dealt with head-on in dramas, will be revealed in earnest, especially the background of ‘modern psychiatric surgery’ plastic surgery hidden under prejudice through reconstructive plastic surgery that heals inner trauma.
Lee Min Ki takes the role of the main character Cha Jung Woo, who is the best plastic surgeon and raises the credibility of surgery on patients with impeccable visuals and skills. Following his drama “My Liberation Notes,” which recently raised his popularity with a syndrome, Lee Min Ki will star in “My Liberation Notes” director Kim Seok Yoon’s new film “Hip-Hop,” and “Look At Me” is also drawing attention as Lee Min Ki’s next work, who has established himself as a popular actor.
Han Ji Hyun will play the role of Lee Min Hyung, an acknowledged ace detective in the violent world who has frank confidence and empathy. Han Ji Hyun, who imprinted herself on the public as a bright youth in “Cheer Up” and a strong villain in “Penthouse,” was praised for her unique energetic acting, and will take on her first detective role and revitalize the drama.
Meanwhile, the drama “Look At Me” is also drawing attention as a combination of director Ahn Sang Hoon, who directed the films “Blind,” and “Arang,” and Hwang Ye Jin, who showed a solid story by writing SBS dramas “Secret Mother” and “Mystery Freshman.”
The drama will be produced by West World Story, who created the well-made drama “Tracer” starring Im Siwan and Ko Ah Sung, and “Strangers Again” starring Kang So Ra and Jang Seung Jo, which is currently airing on ENA and TVING.
In addition, VFX for various plastic surgery scenes will be handled by Westworld, which is in charge of “All Of Us Are Dead,” “The Silent Silence,” and “Sweet Home,” to vividly embody the world’s best K-plastic medicine.
“Look At Me,” which is expected to highlight Korean plastic surgery in earnest, will start filming in March 2023 and be released through Wavve in the second half of this year in Korea.
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