Plastic surgery in Korea is about achieving Asian beauty standards, not Western. SEOUL —With the highest rate of cosmetic surgeries in the world and nearly 1 million procedures a year , South Korea is often called the world's plastic surgery capital. Some estimates have suggested that around one in three South Korean women between 19 and 29 have had plastic surgery. By far the most common surgery that Koreans do, according to Dr. Choi Min of Answer Plastic Surgery in Gangnam , is a blepharoplasty, or double-eyelid surgery, where they insert a crease in the eyelid to make the eye look bigger.
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April 1, Celebrity , Hollywood 18 Comments. Celebrity plastic surgery gone wrong is a disaster for people who make their living in the limelight. Plastic surgery can work wonders for accident victims , burn victims, people with birth defects, and injured war veterans. Sometimes though, people abuse the power of this amazing medical procedure. For some, it has become an obsession and addiction.
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Some internet users criticized Ma for making harsh comments that sounded like personal attacks. But she is not alone. But to be honest, the majority of the physical changes achieved by cosmetic surgery are not that good. Other well-known directors and instructors at drama schools have also weighed in on this topic. Shandong University of Art has gone one step further: The school announced earlier this month that it will reject any applicant who has had plastic surgery.
Written by Seoul TouchUp. In the first part of this series, we looked at Vietnamese celebrities who have undergone surgery. As mentioned in the Asian celebrities and cosmetic surgery trends: part 1, in the next part of this series, our focus will be on other celebrities in Asia who have admitted to surgery.