3 Things to Learn From These Beautiful Bodies: South Korea’s Female Bodybuilders
It’s no secret that Gangnam plastic surgery has been a growing trend in Asia, but these traditional views are being challenged by South Korea’s female bodybuilders. There are three things we can learn from these babes.
More Than a Beautiful Body
While liposuction in Korea can get rid of the unwanted flab and protruding belly, remember that it does not better your health – it does nothing for BMI. These beautiful bodies reflect a beautiful mind, too, it reflects their discipline and self-love.
Your Own Idea of Perfection
Another thing to learn from these beauties is that instead of following what’s popular and trendy, they are in a way creating their own idea of perfection. Similarly, cosmetic surgery can be a means to an end of creating your idea of perfection, or at least a part of it. (See “More Than a Beautiful Body”)
While a small jawline, larger eyes and clear skin are indeed indicators of health and youth, there have been cases where a person has gotten a kind of surgery to fit a certain mould, only to find that it does not suit them. Find what works with what you got, and what you are.
Do it for Yourself
Money can be taken away. So can designer clothes and make-up. Muscles can atrophy. What cannot be easily taken away, though, is your own internal motivation. It may falter and fade from time to time, but it’s still there. These women are not sitting on their butts all day, wishing for better health or a perfect body but they are working actively towards it.
If you do want plastic surgery, go for it. Don't let other people stop you, and especially not because it offends them. This is your life!
Whatever you do, double eyelid surgery or not, do it for yourself and not just because someone says it is beautiful. Is it beautiful to you? A good example is Bi-Rain, he doesn't have double eyelids and he’s sexy. He exudes confidence. He's attractive, who can argue about that? The end note here is a little reminder that confidence stems from within you, and not gained from plastic surgery or anywhere else.