Jin Hui-Kyung got her big break back with the leading role in the Korean feature Coffee, Copy, Blood (1994). And that's basically what the movie's about, in that order, too. She quickly moved on to more impressive fare such as Deep Scratch (1994) and A Growing Business (1998), which had nothing to do with farming of any kind, but rather it dealt with the wonderful cuisine offered by a Chinese restaurant. The catch was that the food was made of . . . humans! It sure looked scrumptious, though. Here at Skin Central we love to eat humans, too, the female of the species, especially the pink, wet and still very much alive kind, which curiously smell like sushi! Jin's first skin was a wet shower scene in Motel Seoninjang (1997), where everybody wants to check in . . . to Jin. She landed a leading role in the ultra-skintastic movie Girls' Night Out (1998), where she didn't flash any muff, but her sex scenes are convincing enough to get a rise out of viewers. Sorry but that just doesn't look like "acting." All right, so we're not sorry . . . and what's with all that sticky, creamy, clear white stuff on her belly just after one of those hot scenes? Forget about cold gin time . . . it's time to serve up some hot Jin!