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True Beauty Chapter 172: Release Date and Read Manga Online

True Beauty Chapter 172 is expected to release soon this month. Fans are very excited and can watch it on Webtoon.

True Beauty, also known as The Secret of Angel, is a South Korean webtoon written and illustrated by Yaongyi. It was first published in Naver Webtoon on April 2, 2018. The official English version of True Beauty has received 6.3 million subscribers.

It was the third most-viewed series on WEBTOON in 2019 and the print version was started release on October 29, 2020, by Young Com. It was also adapted into a television series of the same name which premiered on tvN on December 9, 2020.

True Beauty Storyline

The series is all about, I’m Ju-Kyung, who has been treated unfairly by her family and bullied by her enemies due to being perceived as ugly, in her teenage years. Then, she mastered the art of makeup by binge-watching tutorial videos on the internet, to transform herself into a gorgeous “goddess”. Her excellent make-up skills make her pretty and she hides her bear face in front of others. Soon she makes a relationship with two of the most popular boys at school Lee Su-ho and Han Seo-jun.

True Beauty Chapter 172

In Chapter 172, we are going to see many interesting things. Soo-jin starts leading a new life, whereas Su-ho and Seo-jun continuing fighting over Ju-Kyung.

True Beauty Chapter 172 Release Date 

This romantic manga is getting so much popular among the viewers. It received huge popularity within the premier of just a few chapters. The manga is getting a good response and received a lot of love and appreciation from the audience. Now the wait is over for the fans and the countdown starts as only a few days are left. So, Chapter 172 is going to premiere soon this month.

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True Beauty Chapter 172

Where to read Manga Online 

The manga is available for reading on Webtoon. You can catch it up to them. It is also available online on MangaStream.

Stay tuned with Stanford Art Review for more updates.

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