Monday, 7 April 2008

Park Shi-yeon pics to chase your Monday blues away


So far, I've only watched Park Shi-yeon in the drama My Girl...and didn't quite like her. I complained then that her face looks funny and called her "cheek implants" whenever she came onscreen.


After much K-popped! surfing later, I discovered that she's one of those actresses who changes her nose and facial features like how most of us change our underwear - all the time.

The lady's trying to achieve perfection through plastic. You like?


Pics credit: Reviewstar

10 Comments:

Anonymous said...

it's really sad to know what these k-gals are doing to themselves. it's a whole domino effect! when is it enough for the entertainment ppl to point and stare at parts of their clients face/body parts that they aren't pleased about? when will these k-gals realize that they NO long look korean!? and when will the korean men/boys realize that they should stop fantasizing about a girl they'll never meet or have even a chance with a look-a-like b/c most korean women DO NOT look like these plastics? the rest of asia should be ashamed of themselves especially the women-to-women fans! you can call yourselves "independent" and "free thinkers" all you want but with the continuing support of wanting to see more of these women are just setting the wrong examples for little girls in korea hopelessly wishing to look a 'little' like their idols. meanwhile, these little girls are the authentic and beautiful KOREANS and their role models are just the distorted replicas. SHAME ON YOU!

starwish said...

This is really sad. And these are the people tweens and teenagers look up too. I have no words.

Innocent Bystander said...

i'm not surprised. rather go for natural beauty though

Rooster said...

I'm curious... isn't there some sort of... heal time?

If I had surgery one after the other, wouldn't I have to be confined indoors months on end? (O_o)

jicks said...

I think she's looking great (& I sincerely hope she's gonna halt the nose jobs as I think she's finally "got it right"!)

@ anonymous
You just generalised all of Korean women, heck, all Asian women! Not everyone aspires to go under the knife. Alot of women do, sure, & I am sure they have their own reasons. I'm not saying it's what I would do but these women are capable of making their own decisions & living w/ it. They don't need anyone on their backs!

Anonymous said...

there's absolutely nothing wrong with plastic surgery for physical enhancement when it's performed by a professionally board certified surgeon in a safe environment and on patients who are mentally healthy and realistic. but unfortunately there are too many irresponsible doctors who have no qualifications to be anywhere near a knife as well as patients who suffer from a warped image of themselves and who should not be undergoing surgery but rather should be seeking psychiatric help. it's sad that plastic surgery has such a negative rep b/c of people who are irresponsible and negligent.

MeL said...

@Rooster

Yes there is supposedly a "healing time" in every cosmetic surgery a person gets done.

For Example: If a person gets a Rhinoplasty (nose job) you can't expect to get another one done until a year pass by, because that is the time that takes for the nose to completely heal... but as long as someone has the right amount of money to "pay" a plastic surgeon then I guess the healing time dosn't mean much...

Also there are a lot of plastic surgeons who would tell a person when they should stop but for some reason some others just want a big fat check in their pockets.. It doesn't matter to them if a patient/client looks like a monster or a clown.. ˜O.O

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I do like. I watched My Girl and I couldn't stop looking at her. She's gorgeous.

I know the surgeries suck and all, but she IS pretty. She can stop now; she's perfect.

Anonymous said...

The only time I condone plastic surgery, artificial enhancement, or whatever you want to call it or find a euphemistic term for, is when you've been physically disfigured via accident. I'm sorry, I don't aspire to "Eurocentralize" my natural looks by getting a nose-job, double eyelid surgery and the likes. I get plenty of double-takes from the opposite sex, and it's not just Asian girls. However, I'm not vain nor narcisstic because of this. I unfortunately don't have a fast metabolism, thus I do something called cardiovascular exercise routinely because it keeps you in shape, tones you up, keeps off unwanted weight and best of all--enhances your appearance. It's called runnning 5 miles (8 kilometers) at least 5 times a week at a pace of 8 min/mile. I'm not insecure to cave in to the pressures of trying to "whitenize" my looks because popular media makes Euro-centric aesthetics SEEM like the ideal. I'm sorry, but Korean girls, not you Korean-American ones (I hope), need to do some soul searching.

loveknot said...

that last picture is creepy... is it just me or does it look like her crotch is all the way up at her waist?

 

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