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Different nations have their own unique culture, and Korea is not an exception. Foreigners often get amazed when they visit this country. Korea has many differences that catch the eye of a newcomer. This country has greatly surprised me because numerous ordinary things seem very strange and weird to me. This paper aims to discuss such things explaining their origin.
One of the weirdest and strangest things to me were advertisements for plastic surgery that were seen everywhere: at bus stops, on the subway, in shops, and so on. In Seoul, there is nowhere to hide from these advertisements trying to persuade people to improve one or another part of their body with a scalpel. In the affluent Gangnam district, almost every wall is decorated with an arrow pointing to the nearest cosmetic surgery office. I was surprised that everywhere there was a poster encouraging me “to breathe life into my face.” The range of facial contouring, breast correction, blepharoplasty, and the tummy tuck is seen all around. Men are advised to reduce the square jaw, and women – to tighten sagging cheeks. A friend of mine always complains that every time the rain starts she has a pain in ...