Seoul, For many students, the achievement of passing the exam should be appreciated with a gift of new motorcycle or vacation abroad. Students in South Korea, too, but generally not a motor or holiday gifts that are asked but plastic surgery.
The most popular type of surgery students in the country’s ginseng is the “westernization”, which form the nose and eyes to appear more westernized.Contrived nose pointed and curved upward, while the double-eye lids made to eliminate slanted impression.
The high interest of students of plastic surgery hospital managers use to rake in profits. Various ways done to encourage more students interested, one of them by providing special discounts for students.
A hospital that does not fix the price of anonymity 900,000 won or around USD 7.1 million for a special package consisting of a student’s nose and eye surgery as well. If done separately, both types of surgery that could cost 3.7 million won or about USD 29.2 million.
“This package is the most demanding, sometimes even we have started observing far-away days before the graduation exam,” said hospital managers to the JoongAng Daily, as quoted by MSNBC, Sunday (11/21/2010).
Other hospitals use different tactics to attract interest in plastic surgery. It’s not the targeted students, but parents, especially mothers who want to please their children while going to rejuvenate the appearance myself.
“Especially students, if plastic surgery here, we will give a bonus free botox injections to remove wrinkles on the face your mother,” the advertisement of a hospital in South Korea in promoting plastic surgery packages.
Some have advocated less if plastic surgery done in their teens, because of its changing appearance permanently. If need be, usually needs to be preceded by examination and psychological assistance.
Nose surgery also called rhinoplasty including types of plastic surgery’s most popular teenager in the world. This operation is actually not recommended for teens because the growth of new forms of nose usually stops at age 13-14 years (women) or 15-16 years (male).
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