Not born with beauty? Buy it. But what’s the cost of Korean plastic perfection?
60% of Korean girls in their 20s have had cosmetic surgery. Teenagers are given eye lifts as graduation gifts.
After being burned as a child, Annie Price endured countless hours under the knife. Now, she’s considering having work done on her own terms.
In cosmetic surgery’s capital, Korea, she finds a country where a nose job is the norm in this insightful documentary.
But what’s the cost of the plastic pressure to be perfect?
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