- Movie: Portrait of a Beauty
- Revised romanization: Miindo
- Hangul: 미인도
- Director: Jeon Yun-Su
- Writer: Kee Jung-Myeong (novel), Han Su-Ryeon, Jeon Yun-Su
- Producer: Cho Sung-Kyu
- Cinematographer: Park Hee-Ju
- Release Date: November 13, 2008
- Runtime: 108 min.
- Genre: Period-18th Century / Romance
- Distributor: CJ Entertainment
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
Retired court painter Shin Han-Pyong seeks to settle an old score with the most sought after painter of that time, Kim Hong-Do (Kim Young-Ho). Shin raises his son to surpass Kim Hong-Do, but his son commits suicide over his lack of talent. The father then pushes his daughter Yun-Jeong to disguise herself as her brother and enter the world of court painters.
Now the grown-up Yun-jeong (Kim Gyu-Ri), better known as “Hyewon” – the pen name of Shin Yun-Bok, finally enters the court and learns to paint under the guidance of Kim Hong-Do, who is trusted by by King Jung-Jo.
Kim Hong-Do quickly notices Yun-bok’s huge potential as well as his girlish features. Things remain normal until Yun-bok goes out and comes across a playful seller of mirrors, Kang-Mu (Kim Nam-Gil). When their romantic adventure takes off, it is Kim Hong-Do who ends up heartbroken. Kim’s jealousy, and his desire to own Yun-Bok physically and emotionally, soars to a perilous level.
Shin Yun-bok, better known by the pen name Hyewon, is a real figure who produced a host of thematically provocative and artistically excellent paintings in the 18th century. However, not one record of the painter still exists. A story about a genius painter who loved his patron’s lover and then lost everything, only to leave a miindo of the lady.
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