In yet another display of racial subconscious aesthetic envy, the Miss Korea 2013 beauty pageant has dissolved into a farce after almost all of the contestants showed up having had plastic surgery to make them look more “western” — that is, European.
The participants in the competition have had such similar plastic surgery to their eyes and facial structure that they all look like each other—an effect multiplied by the fact that they have all died their naturally black hair a dark shade of brown.
The use of plastic surgery to change eye-shape to be more “round” and to “elongate” the face (most commonly by cheek and chin surgery) is known locally in Korea as the “Korean plastic face look.”
Official figures from the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ISAPS) show that South Koreans have more treatments per members of the population, with one in every 77 turning to plastic surgeons, and at least 20 percent of all women aged 19 to 49 in the capital city of Seoul admitted to undergoing the “westernizing” surgery.
The mass surgery craze is yet another indication of the implicit acceptance in the Third World that the aesthetic norm of beauty remains the European standard.
All over the world, nonwhites resort to all manner of surgical and chemical methods in their attempts to look as white as possible.
These methods range from the intrusive plastic surgery so vividly demonstrated by the Korean beauty pageant entrants, to the dangerous chemical hair straighteners and skin-lighteners used by Africans.
Even in countries with largely mixed-race populations—such as Brazil—the “whitest looking” people are almost always at the top of society, both in social standing and economically.
Above, the winner of the competition, who is now officially Miss South Korea, Yu-Mi Kim, has freely admitted to having cosmetic surgery, saying: “I never said I was born beautiful.” Pictures of her “before and after” appearance show just how drastic the change has been.
Media reports claimed that the music industry was behind the demand to look white, and quoted South Korean rapper Psy (of “Gangnam Style” fame) as saying that his record label had urged him to get plastic surgery.
This claim that the music industry is behind the craze is, of course, merely a liberal attempt to explain away the obvious: that nonwhites have always been trying to emulate whites, and that non-Europeans have always tried to look as European as possible.
This goes for attire, culture, and now, with the advent of plastic surgery, even physical appearance.
It remains one of the surest indicators of deep racial psychological differences, and the origin of much envy which surely lies at the bottom of so much non-European hatred of Europeans.