South Korean Plastic Surgeons Are Too Good At Their Job

People who get plastic surgery claim they do it to better themselves, making themselves look and feel better, but plastic surgery can also complicate your life and make it hard to re-enter your home country when your new face doesn't match the one in your passport photo.

Women heading from China and Japan to South Korea in order to undergo extensive plastic surgery are finding the operations so successful that customs agents don't believe they're the same person.

It has become such a problem that some Korean hospitals are now issuing "plastic surgery certificates" to their patients so they can go home again.

From the look of this lady's incredible transformation I can see why customs agents are having a hard time believing they're the same person!

-Via Kotaku


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So prevalent has the trend towards plastic surgery become, South Korea now boasts the world's highest per capita use of plastic surgery as now one in every 77 people in South Korea now goes under the knife or needle in a bid to improve their looks. The question of course one ought to ask is why and how did this phenomenon become the must have do? What is it about the dislike of one's 'Asian-ness' and ​desire to replicate Western aesthetics?

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