Rabu, 23 Mei 2012

Reality: Plastic Surgery in South Korea

What is your opinion after you see Kim Na Na (Park Min Young) at drama City Hunter?

Beautiful? Cute? Doll look like? I have same opinion like you, but the reality sometime more tragic rather dream. Her face is 100% pure of plastic surgery from forehead to chin those are plastic. Surprise? Shocked?  you should be know this is the real thing.

It is simple to identified Korean celebrity did surgery or not, based on Korea Department of Health, almost 99% Korean celebrity did plastic surgery, and 65% women also do the same thing. They change their eyes, nose, and even the whole of face until they become 'new creature'. Based on this data we can conclude that almost of Korean celebrity ever did plastic surgery, the question is how extreme their change their face? a bit? some? or the wholeness?
Park Min Young before plastic surgery

Dr. Park (plastic surgeon from wonjin clinic, naver.com) ensure Park Min Young did five times plastic surgery in a row, through 100 times procedure, and with nearly 57 plastic surgery techniques to her body starts from eye surgery (multilateral, upper blephroplasty, epi canthoplasty, ptosis correction), at nose rhnoplasty (blun tip, short nose, snub nose), mouth (mouth protrusion), chin (chin correction), jaw (jaw reduction), Cheek (zygoma reduction), and breast augmentation. More shocking??  this is usual thing that you will found in South Korea, as long as you have money you will get what kind of beauty that you want.

Maybe you think why the result look natural? that's the miracle of medical there, plastic surgery in Korea started running amazing in early 2004, western beauty trend increasingly spilled over after the hallyu wave is rampant and the Korean entertainment industry began to invade every country in Asia. What kind of wester beauty that they called beauty doll?

Beauty version of Korean people are have big eyes, pointed nose with mini nostril, volume forehead, and V-line little face. With the latest technology, the most ugly person could be transform become beautiful princess there. After all these trends become their habits and cannot separated from their culture.

In Korea they have terminology "it's better to be poor instead of ugly", "beauty is not derived, but in creating", and they also believe that handsome/ beauty people has more job opportunities than ordinary (read- ugly) people. Based on JobKorea survey, the biggest applicants worries is not on the formal qualifications, but on their appearance.

The impact of that trend, plastic surgery clinics scattered in Korea, particularly in the district of Gangnam, South Korea. Moreover compared to other countries plastic surgery in Korea is cheaper 50% of standard determined. Who doesn't tempted with natural beauty result and cheap price? 

Nowadays, beside supplied drama and K-pop over the world, South Korea currency is from business and tour of plastic surgery. Every year, around 2000 people come to Korea for plastic surgery, and it is increasing every year. 

source: infounik1001

14 komentar :

  1. Cosmetic surgery is the type of plastic surgery that is related to changing things that the person does not find to be particularly flattering. This could include facial “flaws” or other constructive areas that the person is less than thrilled about. Changing this through plastic surgery is a way of maintaining composure for some, so while it is not necessarily beneficial to the medical community, it can help with some issues.

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  3. @Mac
    we have different culture, in my country plastic surgery is still taboo :) people who did surgery only people that ever got accident and injured at face

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  4. I think Reconstructive plastic surgery should be more advertised and not aesthetic surgery because it's amazing to see people that were injured or were born with problems how they take advantage of medical discoveries and are back to normal after a plastic surgery.
    I also think breast augmentation is a category that's really useful for some women that were not blessed with beautiful breasts.
    I saw on http://www.edelsteincosmetic.com some pictures that made me consider breast augmentation as an option. For a woman it's very important to feel confident and her body plays an important role here. So if plastic surgery can help us fulfill our dreams I think we go for it, but off course only for this purpose because having 50 surgeries it's not recommended...

  5. @flory yeah, it's amazing when someone who were born with problem become normal after surgery, but if the reason they don't satisfied with what they have it's another thing. i know that confident is very important for woman, because i'm also woman, but we need positive thinking and see our self from good perspective. How people will love us if ourselves don't love it first? ;)

  6. nice posting.. thanks for sharing..

  7. one thing i have to say is that it is a choice whether a person goes for a surgery or not. why should be a question? if she's happy w/ it and boy did the doctor did a great job! she didnt deny not having a surgery and i commend her for it. I have to say Korea's pretty hypocrite when it comes to surgery. Its all over their faces just like how its being promoted on the internet and even seen in the city. also if fans are more honest a lot of idols, actors/actresses have undergone surgery yet people worship them.lol

  8. it doesn't matter if she had a plastic surgery.i still admire her :))

  9. Actually, almost all people in South Korea, men and women alike, have had surgery or wants to have surgery. It's no surprise that Korean celebrities underwent the procedure. This is very legal in South Korea and very much accepted, unlike in the other parts of the world. We all want to be the standard of beauty, right?

  10. I think when we are ugly no people want to friend or like us.. but after we change be a beautiful one people wanna friend with us.. like me too.. when I was fat and ugly no people like me n say that im ugly and fat.. but when i 13 i change and do more exercise and always take care of my skin and buy a nice clothes n I also read more about fashion n now people like me and wanna friend with me..

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  13. Wow does she look different. I've always thought there's something weird with her nose especially when she smiles. Anyway, S. Korea kind of set a new trend for east Asia to be super-superficial. Physical beauty as a pre-requisite to have friends?! For shallow people maybe. If you have physical flaws/injuries that are serious, then by all means, go under the knife. But being ungrateful and shallow? OTL


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