I've recently begun admitting a few things about myself: there are more ingredients that break me out than I want to admit to, and most Korean BB creams and foundations are too heavily fragranced for me to tolerate them. This doesn't make them bad products; it just means that there are plenty I should stop trying to use. At the top of my list is the Missha Signature Complexion Coordinating BB cream: I bought it in such a flurry after seeing the shades that I completely neglected to read the ingredients. Now that I have read them, I know that this stuff will not work on my face.
That being said, I think I can still help a little by providing swatches of the product!
This BB cream comes in three shades: 1 White, 2 Beige, and 3 Honey Beige. I got sample packets of both the White and the Beige shades. The White seems like it's going to be a corrector, a la MAC Face & Body White or Yaby Daisy, but it's actually meant to be a face-brightening product that "adjusts to your skintone"--in other words, the true color is revealed when you rub it in to your skin. I'd say that the White blends out to about NW5-10 in MAC, and Beige is about NW15-20 in MAC. You can blend these two together, but weirdly enough, I find that I don't really get an "in-between shade"; it seems to stay in White's NW10 range.