Supiadoll are big on apologies, not so good on follow-through with promises. I ordered Yan during a period when Supia offered free shipping. They neglected to change their order program to calculate cost without shipping, so I paid full price and never got any kind of refund or rebate. (All I got was a: "We are very sorry make you discomfort to use shoppingmall.") They were also not clear on how to pay them. Some Korean companies spell out their payment policies and procedures in detail to help you understand before ordering. (A big Thank You to those who do.) By the time I figured out that Supiadoll were not going to request payment via PayPal, they were about to cancel my order.
I did finally receive my doll. Not long thereafter Supiadoll posted apologies on their website for being behind on shipping. I doubt I am the only collector who wishes Dollfair International still handled their US orders.
No sooner had I placed my order for Yan than a Supia Yisol became available on ebay. The opportunity to have one of each was too tempting to pass up, so I bid on her. You will recognize her on the left above--she is my stand-in in the "About Me" column. While Yan has the factory face-up, Yisol has a face-up by Cristy Stone. It's a subdued face-up compared to others by Cristy that I have seen. It suits the doll perfectly, as she is a more serious-looking girl than her sister. Her skin color is Supia's normal beige. The difference is not particularly evident in the photos, but in person Yisol is more sallow while Yan is brighter.
Here are some more photos: