Korean Plastic Surgery refers to plastic surgery that is popular in Korea. It is generally quite extreme surgery, such as eye surgery and whiteness surgery.
All Of them had double eyelid surgery, and some had additional. However, it's not that big of a deal for a celebrity to get cosmetic surgery in Korea.
20% of people in Korea are Buddhists
The truth is that in Korea plastic surgery is not such a big deal. I red that it's usual for young girls to receive on their 18th anniversary plastic surgery as a gift. There are some artist which have done plastic surgery, like Lee Minho, a Korean actor, or Tiffany from SNSD and Park Bom from 2ne1. But there are also idols which haven't done this, like BB's members, or Bi Rain. It depends on the idol if he has done or not plastic surgery. You can't put all of them in the same category.
No. However, around 50-60% of Korean girls have had some form of plastic surgery, most commonly "eye surgery" which serves to add epicanthic folds to the eyes and make them rounder, which is seen as desirable in Korean society.
It can be good or bad because it may fix up your body but it can go terribly wrong. Answer It depends on the person, there are some people who prefer to have plastic/cosmetic surgery to gain confidence and to achieve the ideal body or beauty they wanted. Just like in Korea, there are a lot of people there who undergo surgery, aside from the reasonable price the surgeons are expert in this field and you can achieve the looks you ever wanted to have. People who thinks it is bad has their own reason, most cases are because of bad result and surgeons malpractices.
If looking for plastic surgeon, travelling to South Korea would the best choice. As South Korea is one of many countries with high statistics of plastic surgery performed. This range from rhinoplasty, meaning nose jobs to blepharoplaty. There are also non-surgical procedures, such as skin peel and skin whitening.
South Korea has several factories that make bulk resin.
around 64% of Korea is Buddist
14 percent of korea is farmed
80% of south Korea lives in city's. :D
The answer is 92% of them graduate from high school and move on to universities.
There are Catholics in all five countries listed, but the largest communities, by percentage, are in South Korea, which is between 30-40% Catholic. Catholicism is illegal in North Korea, but some do practice in secret. There are small percentages of Catholics in China and Taiwan (even though a small percentage in China is still millions of people). Mongolia simply has few Catholics due to low exposure, but there is freedom of religion there.
24,470,000 people live in north korea 71,620,000 people live in south korea
It varies depending on the complications involved.
No, she was born in Korea and stayed htere until 8 yrs old. She moved to Philippines and lived their for 16 years. Why she left Korea? Her family have a lot od debt.She's natural beauty. She has natural double eyelid.She can't have surgery in the Philippines, surgery here is very expensive and only artist can avail.She has pre audition in Philippines show and she has natural double eyelid.The difference before and now she's thin now before she's thin aswell but not as thin as before.They are only living in an apartment in the Philippines. Sometimes they eat late because they are having a hard time getting money.She wont have surgery in the Philippines because if she did, they will be sleeping in the street and they will have more debt.
Yes Of Course
People in Korea wear Korea Tradional dresses called Hanbok.
South Korea's population is roughly twice that of North Korea. More specifically, North Korea has about 25 million people and South Korea has about 50 million people.
South Korea is the Republic of Korea, North Korea is the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
North Korea or DPRK (Democratic People's Republic of Korea) North Korea or DPRK (Democratic People's Republic of Korea)
No. Seoul is the capital of the Republic of Korea, e.g. South Korea. The Democratic People's Republic of Korea is more commonly known as North Korea.