Beautifying one’s self with the help of surgery has apparently become a worldwide debate as some people still believe that natural beauty is the real beauty. But for other individuals, there’s no wrong in improving their physical appearance through plastic surgery. And just recently, three women who believe the same spent their holiday in South Korea to undergo the procedure. They ended up looking nothing like their pictures in their passports, preventing them from leaving the country.
Three Chinese women whose names were not disclosed were stuck at an airport in South Korea as their faces cannot be identified. The girls who traveled to the country from their homeland took advantage of the eight day holiday in China called the “Golden Week.” Because it was a long holiday, it seems a perfect time to have the plastic surgery done.
However, what they didn’t expect was they would look nothing like their old faces mounted on their passports. The women were said to have swollen faces with a bandage wrapped around their head. For this reason, they were not allowed to leave South Korea until the officers confirm their identities.
This story emerged following a picture of the said women snapped in the South Korean airport care of a Chinese TV anchor named Jian Huahua. But the lady immediately removed the photo after posting.
Though the original poster has already taken the image down, a famous Chinese social media account managed to save the photo and shared it on Weibo. For the uninitiated, Weibo is a counterpart of Twitter in China.
It is important to note, however, that the most recent report regarding this story claimed that it is nothing but another fake news. Reportedly, no facts back up the viral story of the three Chinese women as per a South Korean newspaper.
Be that as it may, the news gave light on one of the issues surrounding plastic surgery. As it appears, many of our people today are open to physical enhancements through surgical means. Even if it costs a huge fortune.
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