If nudity is essential to the message and flow of a drama, it's inevitable. However, if it's not a vital element, is there a need to showcase full-frontal nudity merely for sensual stimulation? Lately, Netflix has been casually featuring bare appearances in its releases.
Netflix's series 'Mask Girl' is becoming a topic of discussion due to its series of audacious and at times, discomforting elements. Among the characters, Nana depicts a character known as 'Kim Momi B', who after undergoing extensive facial plastic surgery and living a glamorous life as a showgirl, ends up imprisoned, leading to a dynamic storyline. Despite her limited screen time, the presence of violence and sensuality is distinctly evident.
Nana, who once made headlines for her full-body tattoos, confessed that she has started the removal process, heeding her mother's wish to "see her clean skin again." Tattoos that were once prominent have started to fade in various areas.