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Taeyeon Receives Suspicion of Having fresh Plastic Surgery
Taeyeon Receives Suspicion Of Having Fresh Plastic Surgery

Taeyeon Receives Suspicion of Having fresh Plastic Surgery

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For people who are beautiful, accusations of plastic surgery at all times apply along. Girls’ Generation’s Taeyeon, too, currently gained suspicion from netizens concerning whether or no longer she obtained double eyelid surgery recently.

In birthday party of her new solo album “I,” Taeyeon gave the impression on Naver’s V App. Throughout the video session, a chatting room is simultaneously opened so she can engage with her enthusiasts at the spot.

Though she looks as dazzling as ever, some audience have pointed out her thicker double eyelids, bringing up the prospect of plastic surgery. She has yet to remark on those accusations.

CNBLUE’s Lee Jong Hyun Admits to Plastic Surgery?
Cnblue’S Lee Jong Hyun Admits To Plastic Surgery?

CNBLUE’s Lee Jong Hyun Admits to Plastic Surgery?

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He adds, “At one time, I exercised whilst dreaming of medals. In middle school, I even were given a gold medal after simplest six months of training.” He then confesses, “I got a cauliflower ear while i used to be training. It was once somewhat severe, so I got some of it cut off.” He then clarifies that but even so the procedure on his ear, he's all natural.

Kwanghee finds autumn is the maximum efficient season for... plastic surgery?

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at the 3rd"s episode of "Infinity Challenge", the participants were speaking about what used to be just right in the season, and Yoo Jae Suk asked Kwanghee, "What do you bring to mind when autumn comes?"

Kwanghee answered, "Plastic surgical operation is the very best in autumn. It doesn"t get infected. You sweat in the summer, and in the autumn, it doesn"t get swollen, either."

Huh Ye Eun, who underwent dramatic plastic surgery, gets her first role in film
Huh Ye Eun, Who Underwent Dramatic Plastic Surgery, Gets Her First Role In Film

Huh Ye Eun, who underwent dramatic plastic surgery, gets her first role in film

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Cable channel Story On"s "Let Me In" is a plastic surgical procedure makeover program that gifts the faceless with a new face. On the 2nd one season of this program, a woman via the call of Huh Ye Eun made headlines with the entire volte-face in her physical appearance after going below the knife, which made her utterly unrecognizable from her old self. 

Now, with a logo spanking new face, Huh Ye Eun is able to start her existence back as an actress. Catsbe, her present agency, announced, "Huh Ye Eun used to be casted in the Korea-America collab movie "Dead Again." After she gave the impression on "Let Me In," she has been getting prepared to turn into an actress."

Huh Ye Eun said, "After going via the first circular of auditions and assembly with Director Silverman, I used to be officially casted [in the movie]. I wish to optimistically display myself as an actress," relaying her resolution to make her large ruin in the box of acting.

Park Shin Hye Addresses Mean Instagram Users Who Claim She Has Had Plastic Surgery
Park Shin Hye Addresses Mean Instagram Users Who Claim She Has Had Plastic Surgery

Park Shin Hye Addresses Mean Instagram Users Who Claim She Has Had Plastic Surgery

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Netizens delivered their overwhelming support, through positive comments posted to the My Daily article. According to the forum, Netizen Buzz, one of the highest voted comments reflected on the natural beauty of the actress. "There are people who actually claim Park Shin Hye had plastic surgery?," asked the commenter. "You can just look at her past photos and see for yourself. It"s obvious she"s a natural [beauty]."

Having appeared in the public eye from a young age in works like the 2003 drama, "Stairway to Heaven," Park has come under scrutiny for her early struggles with weight and awkward teen years. However, she has evolved into a leading Korean endorsement model and exemplifies fashionable young women. She is a spokesmodel for brands like Mind Bridge, Millet and Lotte Duty-Free.

The 25-year-old Hallyu star has repeated refuted these claims and individuals who have previously worked with her, including "The Royal Tailor" director Lee Won Suk, have been outspoken in their support of her natural beauty.

Park Hyung Sik Slimmed Down But Did Not Get Plastic Surgery For 'High Society'
Park Hyung Sik Slimmed Down But Did Not Get Plastic Surgery For 'high Society'

Park Hyung Sik Slimmed Down But Did Not Get Plastic Surgery For 'High Society'

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"I have not really taken good care of myself until now," said Park. "I would eat no matter how late it was and just sleep. My face was always bloated and looking fatter. Before I started filming for the drama, I started to focus on taking care of myself. I worked out and ate chicken breast, and avoided sodium intake. That made it look like I had a sharper jaw line and bigger eyes. I felt like a new me."

His charming character, appealing good looks and the chemistry with his co-star Lim Ji Yeon added a lot to the drama but he claims that he was only a small part of the drama"s success. He knew the drama would shine when he first read the script. As to his own performance, he said he was just lucky that he fit so well with his character.

"I"m not so certain that I will get such a compliment again in my next piece. I feel happy that many applauded my performance, but I will never be arrogant based on such reviews. I have to continue working as hard as I have been in the past."

Lee Seung Gi  has reportedly claimed that he  used to  think  about having Plastic Surgery
Lee Seung Gi Has Reportedly Claimed That He Used To Think About Having Plastic Surgery

Lee Seung Gi has reportedly claimed that he used to think about having Plastic Surgery

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He continued, "I think comfort is an advantage. I even considered getting plastic surgery in the beginning. But I gave up because I get scared easily. I decided to put emphasis on ′naturalness.′"

Chun Yi Seul wins suit against plastic surgery clinic and her prior label
Chun Yi Seul Wins Suit Against Plastic Surgery Clinic And Her Prior Label"s President

Chun Yi Seul wins suit against plastic surgery clinic and her prior label"s president

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According to the law firm employed by Chun Yi Seul, Chief Justice Jo Kyu Hyun of the Civil Affairs Department in Seoul Central District Court stated that defendants "A" clinic"s director and Chun Yi Seul"s prior label president illegally advertised the actress" pictures without her consent. The Chief Justice asserted that due to their unauthorized acts, the plaintiff"s private life, freedom, and rights have been violated, making the defendants liable for damages. 

A rep from Chun Yi Seul"s side added, "The prior label"s president also paid damages for his threat to upload [Chun Yi Seul"s] plastic surgery photos. It was ruled that "A" clinic"s director will be compensating the plaintiff 15,000,000 KRW (~$13,600 USD) and the prior label"s president will be compensating the plaintiff 20,000,000 KRW (~$18,000 USD)."

Lawyer Yoon Hong Bae, from the firm that is representing Chun Yi Seul, stated, "This ruling will be a wake up call for the defendants who took advantage of an aspiring actress by using her images illegally to collect advertising revenues."

Critics tear into plastic surgery show
Critics Tear Into Plastic Surgery Show

Critics tear into plastic surgery show

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This response was expected. Civic groups, including Korean Womenlink, held a press conference in front of CJ EM in Sangam-dong, eastern Seoul, last Friday ahead of the season"s debut, calling on CJ to terminate the show they say is tantamount to "a one-hour ad for plastic surgery".

She was shown at the end of the episode with an altered nose and wearing a wig, right, as her hair loss problem had not yet been rectified, triggering criticism that the show is encouraging unnecessary plastic surgery. [Screen capture]

""Let Me In" fails to disclose the negative aspects of cosmetic surgery and promotes the fantasy that your life can be much better through plastic surgery", the groups said in a statement. "Although the program falls into the category of a television show, one cannot deny the fact that the program is advertising cosmetic surgery". In response to the latest criticism, the series" production team emphasized that cosmetic surgery is just one of many means used in the show to boost women"s confidence and that it isn"t the intention to encourage going under the knife. According to the team, which parts of the face or body the woman will alter is decided after consultations with plastic surgeons and the production team doesn"t interfere.In a phone interview with Ilgan Sports, a Korea JoongAng Daily affiliate, earlier this week, the show"s producer Park Hyeon-wu said he finds it regrettable how "problems that don"t have to do with the program"s intent are creating a buzz".He added, "While the show"s panel were discussing the general issues with Go"s appearance, they realized that the ridge of her nose is pretty much nonexistent .?.?. The consultation process extensively dealt with the problem with the nose, but because the hair loss was a bigger issue it became the episode"s focus on TV".Park explained that the hair-loss treatment is still ongoing and that it takes six months for new hair to grow. "Unrelated to the program, we will continue our support so that Go continues to get therapy", he said, adding that contestants who took part in seasons two and three "are still undergoing treatment".Still, the operation on Go"s nose goes against the promise Yang Jin-won, a psychotherapist and one of the panelists on the show, made during the press event last Thursday. Yang said the new season would "help those suffering from appearance issues form normal abilities to interact in public within boundaries so that they experience no inconvenience in their social life". Critics are questioning whether Go"s low nose ridge really hampered her ability to engage with others and society, with some even suspecting "Let Me In" is trying to encourage negative publicity with its latest season."Let Me In" began in 2011 and alleges that applicants" lives can be changed "through healing and growth". "Mi-in" in Korean means "a beautiful woman". A panel of doctors, psychotherapists, stylists, physical trainers and celebrities attempt to help boost the egos of the women who appear on the show and fix their problems with makeovers.Lee of Womenlink told Ilgan Sports that the latest show at least got rid of the information about the plastic surgery featured in the program, including the price, from its official website.BY KIM JIN-SEOK, KIM HYUNG-EUN [[email protected]]

Lets find out the way “Let Me In” handled the  bad comments about them promoting plastic surgery
Lets Find Out The Way “Let Me In” Handled The Bad Comments About Them Promoting Plastic Surgery

Lets find out the way “Let Me In” handled the bad comments about them promoting plastic surgery

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In response to criticism that “Let Me In 5” promotes plastic surgery, the producers released a statement accordingly.

Previously on June 5, Womenlink held a protest in front of CJ EM Center to suspend the production of “Let Me In 5.”

“Some groups have been asking for ‘Let Me In 5’ to be canceled because they believe it promotes plastic surgery,” the show’s representative said. “Though they may be subtle, we have tried to bring changes each season to make a relatable show.”