World Chinese Women Detained At South Korean Airport After Plastic Surgery

17:49  11 october  2017
17:49  11 october  2017 Source:   International Business Times

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Three Chinese women were detained in South Korea after their puffy-post- plastic - surgery faces looked nothing like their passport photos, according to The New York Post.

Three Chinese women were stranded in South Korea after they were barred from boarding a flight back home due to a plastic surgery that rendered their faces unrecognizable. According the Chinese publication, Shanghaiist

A photo of the women was shared more than 23,000 times online. © Provided by IBT US A photo of the women was shared more than 23,000 times online. Three Chinese women were stranded in South Korea after they were barred from boarding a flight back home due to a plastic surgery that rendered their faces unrecognizable.

According to the Chinese publication, Shanghaiist, the women were not allowed onto their return flight after security officials couldn't confirm that their faces post the surgery matched with those in their passports. 

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, reports said.

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The three Chinese women with ridiculously swollen faces and bandages around their heads were detained by South Korean immigration officers at passport control. South Korea has become a top plastic surgery destination for Chinese women in the past decade and a half.

Three women flew to South Korea from China to get a plastic surgery , after the procedure was done, they wanted to go back home, but they weren’t allowed. Citing the political unrest in the country and detaining tourists at the airport while they visit to get a known facial procedure done, isn’t going to

In pictures of the three women shared online, they were seen sitting at a South Korean airport, with their passports in hand, and their faces appeared to be swollen, wrapped up in bandages.

According to reports, the photo was first posted on Weibo by Chinese TV presenter Jian Huahua on Sunday and has since been taken down. Jian captioned that these women were detained and questioned by the immigration authorities after they could not be identified from photos on their passports even after they displayed their tickets and various documents.

Reports stated Jian also said in her caption: "Even your own mother would not recognize you."

"They look so scary," one Weibo user commented. Another commented on their decision to go under the knife: "Why can't you just love yourself the way you are?" said News Asia. The picture was liked more than 51,000 times and shared more than 23,000 times.

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Three Chinese woman were detained in the airport after flying to South Korea to get plastic surgery . In the photo, three women are sitting at a South Korean airport with bandages wrapped around their heads and holding their passports.

3 unidentified Chinese women , pictured with swollen faces and bandages around their head after undergoing Plastic Surgery in South Korea , were stopped from flying home because they now look different from their passport pictures.

It wasn’t clear how long they remained at the airport — and if they were able to return to China as of Monday morning.

South Korea is being recognized as the plastic surgery capital of the world and is regarded as “natural and harmless.” The people of the country believe that getting the surgery leads to better employment prospects and a happier life, news.com.au says.

The New Yorker reported the majority of people going under the knife in the country are women in their late teens and early 20s hoping to enhance their facial features. Apart from this, breast augmentation surgery is also very popular. Men are believed to make up about 15 percent of the cosmetic surgery market.

An incident similar to the one that happened with the three women took place last month. 'Human Ken Doll’ Rodrigo Alves, a 34-year-old plastic surgery fanatic, faced trouble on arriving at Dubai, where he was detained at the airport due to his passport picture.

It was reported that the British and Brazilian TV personality’s face no longer matched his passport photo.

"I landed few hours ago in Dubai and when I reached the counter the immigration officer, after scanning my passport and using a face recognition machine, he politely referred me to an office where I had to sit and wait for 3 hours,” Alves told reporters at the time.

“I didn't question what was going on because I have had the same situation when landing in NYC at JFK when I was questioned for one hour then once I told the immigration officer to look me up they all were very apologetic just saying that they were doing their job,” he added.

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