감추다

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  1. I’m surprised that there’s no more wining and dining after the surgery. After all, wouldn’t the plastic surgeons and clinics want repeat business? I’ve been told that plastic surgery can be addictive with some people continually seeking changes and/or enhancements.

    The pressure to appear perfect or appealing must be immense in some parts of Korea where plastic surgery is prevalent. I’ve always wondered what things would be like for the children of a woman whose physical appearance has been significantly altered…

    1. Angelina, the patients are generally only in the “recovery” rooms while wearing off the effects of the anesthetic. They are generally sent on their way still groggy, but well enough to get home. I believe the repeat customer has very little to do with the wining and dining after the person has already went through the first surgery. It is in the initial stages of deciding to do the first surgery where they may be most likely to leave.

      I suppose, children like the rest of Korea are desensitized to any type of appearance change. At least, on the surface.

  2. I see… Once they have gotten past the first time, many of them are probably in for the long run.

    Someone just introduced John Frankenheimer’s movie “Seconds” to me. The film brings plastic surgery – if it is even possible at all to make such drastic physical changes – to a whole new level.

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