K-Pop Group, SixBomb Intentionally Shows What $90,000 In Plastic Surgery Gets You

This K-pop group SixBomb has pulled off a pretty good publicity stunt to get them noticed by releasing a video about their $90k worth of plastic surgery to enhance their looks:

Rounder eyes, narrower faces, bigger breasts: a South Korean girlband is celebrating the country’s obsession with surgically-enhanced beauty by going under the knife to praise the virtues of “Becoming Pretty”.

All four members of obscure K-pop outfit SixBomb went through extensive plastic surgery, from nose jobs to breast implants, before releasing their new single on Thursday.

A series of videos showed the four women visiting a clinic, strutting into an operating theatre and lying on the operating table. Another had them practising dance moves in sunglasses with their heads wrapped in bandages.

“Everyone follows me, they know I’m pretty,” they sing in “Becoming Pretty” — an electronic dance number with a hook reminiscent of South Korean singer Psy’s 2012 global phenomenon Gangnam Style.  (………)



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  1. The concept of “Enhanced Beauty” is a farce and characteristic of a drone society. It’s an environment where preferences are standardized and fed to the populous as singularly correct. It’s “Korea Must-Do” at its finest.

    The US has no shortage of issues but thankfully this isn’t one of them; for example personally I think Stephanie Germanotta sans-makeup looks awesome and I’m fine with it being an unpopular opinion.

    A somewhat humorous (not from her POV though) example of Standardized Beauty backfiring is what happened to Jennifer Grey.

    That’s all… babysitting some progress bars and thought I’d chime in…

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