According to Chosun Ilbo, one of South Korea’s biggest newspapers, some people in South Korea are apparently getting cosmetic surgery for their pets.
It's come to this. There's now a show in South Korea in which people with plastic surgery have more work done so they can look like they did...before plastic surgery.
Remember Vanilla Chamu? The Japanese media dubbed her a "Plastic Surgery Cyborg." Fittingly, she's now doing commercials for a chain of plastic surgery clinics. The ads are set in, well, a church.
It appears whenever some people mention South Korea, they can't help but wallow in one thing: plastic surgery. Let's use some common sense when we discuss it! Folks seem to check that at the door.
For better or worse, South Korea is famous for its plastic surgery. Maybe the procedures help some put a better face forward. One offers a rounder head.
In Asia, making "duck faces" is considered cute. And in South Korea, it's cute enough for plastic surgery.
Plastic surgery? That's an app for that! In South Korea, there are apparently many apps for that. And according to Korean newspaper Kyunghyang Shinmun, their popularity is making some individuals worry.
Instead of shelling out for plastic surgery, one mother in South Korea decided she could make her daughter beautiful through things like massaging her child's face. With a spoon.
If you get plastic surgery, that's fine. Go for it. Just know that you're not getting plastic surgery on your DNA.