Chinese women detained at South Korean airport after plastic surgery
13 Октября 2017, 12:53 | Terri Saunders
Women turned away from flight after plastic surgery means they no longer resemble passport photos
Earlier this week, an incredible photo of three puffy-faced Chinese women apparently stuck at a South Korean airport after plastic surgery left them unrecognizable took the Chinese internet by storm and was promptly picked up by numerous worldwide media outlets to boot. According to Shanghaiist, the women were not allowed to take their return flight, and were instead held for questioning by the airport authorities.
A Chinese TV anchor Jian Huahua, shared a photo to her Weibo account, where the three women can be seen with passports in their hands and their faces heavily bandaged and swollen up after the surgery.
The unidentified women flew last week to the country during China's Golden Week, a national holiday in which residents of the country are encouraged to take paid vacations that begins around October 1, said reports. Another commented on their decision to go under the knife: "Why can't you just love yourself the way you are?" said News Asia.
It is not yet clear if the women have been able to fly home.
The photo racked up 51,000 likes and 23,000 shares on social media, according to the report.
The country is also known as the plastic surgery capital of the world. Up to half of women under 30 in Seoul are estimated to have had surgery; graphic advertisements of before and after photos are strewn across the metro system billboards, and the chi-chi Gangnam district, where many clinics are based, is known as the "Improvement Quarter". Men are believed to make up about 15 per cent of the cosmetic surgery market.
In South Korea, plastic surgery has ben extremely popular lately. Alves told reporters at the time of the incident.
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