Fresh Faced: Heather Graham looks gorgeous as she promotes her new documentary show in Seoul, South Korea yesterday
How does she do it?
Austin Powers actress Heather Graham turns 41 next month but she doesn't look a day over 25.
The star looked stunning in a sleek black corset dress as she took the stage to promote the new documentary series Hansik in Seoul, South Korea, yesterday.
Heather's fresh-faced and radiant appearance along with her naturally slender figure makes her look much younger than she is - almost as if she stopped ageing in her twenties.
The star, who rose to fame due to her role in Boogie Nights in 1997, was in South Korea to talk about a new documentary series she has filmed which tells the story of Korea through its food.
The 13 episode series, entitled The Kimchi Chronicles, is hosted by Marja Vongerichten, wife of the world-famous Michelin chef Jean-Georges.
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It follows the couple and their daughter Chloe as they travel across the country and sample cuisine from Seoul, Busan, Jeju Island, Sokcho, and Jeolla and Gangwon Provinces.
Graham guest starred in the show, along with X-Men actor Hugh Jackman who last year was appointed as a UN Goodwill ambassador to for Seoul.
Heather, who first met the host at a Jean-Georges restaurant, travels with Marja from the nation’s two largest cities Sampling everything from the freshest fish at Jagalchi Market in Busan, to temple fare at Bongeun-sa Temple in Seoul.
Spot the difference: Graham (L) at the Governor's Awards last month in LA hasn't aged a day since she walked the Oscars red carpet (R) in 2007
Graham claimed that her favourite dishes were bibimbap (rice mixed with vegetables), bindaetteok (mung bean pancakes) and tteok (rice cake).
'I think Korean barbecue is very accessible to Americans because it’s sort of similar to something we know, but with different flavours,' Graham told reporters.
'But I like the ‘banchan’ (side dishes); I think a lot of people would love that.'
The show, which will air on U.S. television in January, aims to increase Western awareness of the real Korea, in spite of the political turmoil the country is currently experiencing.
Turning back time: Even when you go back to Graham in 1999, eleven years ago, pictured here at the MTV Awards in Los Angeles, she really looks no older now