“果汁” means “juice,” and “相” means “looks, appearance.” This term, originating from South Korea, is used to describe young women with a fresh, fit and lovely appearance. The typical “juicy look” woman possesses glowing fair skin, pink soft cheeks and eyes like crescent moons when smiling.
Wǒ zuìjìn yòu zhǎngpàng le。Tài kǔnǎo le！
I’ve put on a few pounds recently. It’s so annoying!
Nǐ zhèyàng tǐng hǎo de，liǎndànr shì jiànkāng huólì de guǒzhīxiàng。
You look fine to me. Your face has that healthy glow, which Koreans would describe as “a juicy look.”