2014년 7월 30일 수요일

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2014년 7월 28일 월요일

Asian Plastic Surgery Statistics
Based on reports in the popular media glorifying cosmetic surgery attitudes in East Asia, it has come to be assumed that the South Korean population has the highest rate of going under the knife in pursuit of beauty, a presumption that has" fed on itself" and generated everything from envy to criticism to undue cultural stereotyping. So, is this correct? And if it is, how true and to what extent?

 ( chart below) of the latest raw data from the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery not only confirms that South Korea is indeed the country with the world's highest per capita rate of cosmetic plastic surgery, but it also provides an easy means for accurately determining and comparing such rates in most countries. At the same time, it dispels as a myth an equally popular notion.

Our Analysis: Due to the absence of detailed demographic profiles, our calculations to determine per capita rates were kept deliberately simple. We took the total number of reported invasive surgical procedures reported by the ISAPS (excludes non-invasive procedures like BOTOX and filler injections) and divided that by the most reliable total population estimates for each country posted on Wikipedia for year 2009.
In terms of total number of plastic surgical procedures performed, the United States headed the list of Top 25 Countries at just over 1.3 million operations. That number was then divided by the country's population of just over 309,000,000 to yield a value of 0.0042.
In other words, 42 out of every 10,000 people of all ages (children, teens, young adults, middle aged, elderly) in the entire United States underwent an invasive cosmetic surgical procedure in year 2009. Obviously, most cosmetic procedures are performed on young and middle aged adults rather than on children, teens, and the elderly, but this data was not provided.
To simplify terminology, we defined PP10K as an easier way of signifying "procedures per ten thousand people of all ages per year." The United States population thus had a PP10K value of 42.
PP10K values were determined for East Asian countries and several other countries with the highest volumes of plastic surgery. While China ranked third in the world for total number of surgical procedures performed at 1.22 million and the highest in Asia by far, that high total divided by its 2009 population of 1.322 billion people yielded a PP10K of 0.0009, or an approximate per capita rate of 9 (meaning only 9 people out of 10,000 per year).
Note that since some people underwent multiple major procedures during the year (for instance, eyelid surgery and rhinoplasty), some would be counted more than once and so PP10K provides only a close approximation of "per capita" data. Operations performed on medical tourists traveling from outside the country are also included. While detailed data on multiple procedures or percentage of medical tourists was not provided by the ISAPS, it would be expected to be fairly similar in most countries. Despite such limitations, the PP10K still provides a useful metric to allow for meaningful country-to-country comparisons.

Results: Here are the PP10K rates of plastic surgery for the largest providers of cosmetic care in East and Southeast Asia as well as for a few other major players in the world:

To compare rates between any two countries, simply divide their PP10K values.
For example, people in South Korea undergo invasive plastic surgery at a rate 1.7 times higher than people in Taiwan, 1.8 times higher than people in the United States, 2.3 times higher than people in Japan, and 8.2 times higher than people in China.
So, yes, South Koreans do indulge in more plastic surgery than people in other countries.
But, what about all those sensational stories stating that every other woman in South Korea has undergone serious cosmetic work?
The statistics here don't begin to substantiate such claims.
"More" doesn't equate with "all," even though the numerical values would certainly be much higher than 74 in 10,000 if one considered only young adults in the center of Seoul (as would also be the case for Los Angeles, Rio, Shanghai, and other cosmetic surgery "hotspots").
Note that while South Korea takes the prize for having the world's highest PP10K, it is easily surpassed by several much larger countries in total number of plastic surgery operations performed in 2009.


Total Procedures
Total Population
South Korea365,000 49,232,00074
United States1,300,000309,000,00042

2014년 7월 27일 일요일

South Korea's Growing Obsession with Cosmetic Surgery

America is a country obsessed with plastic surgery. Countless tabloids and gossip sites constantly speculate on what celebrity has had work done and where. Americans dished out an estimated $12 billion on cosmetic enhancements last year alone.
But there is a foreign city where plastic surgery is even more extreme than here in the U.S. Roughly 7.5 million people have traveled to this plastic surgery mecca to get work done, where there is an entire district filled with plastic surgery clinics.
That city is Seoul, South Korea.
There, “Gangnam Style” has become a worldwide phenomenon -- Korean pop star Psy's music video is the most watched video in YouTube history, with more than two billion views.
staggering one in five South Korean women has had cosmetic work done, compared to about one in 20 American women, according to the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons. Korean women are seemingly trying to emulate the doll-like features of the K-pop girls in the "Gangnam Style" video and bands like Girls Generation.
Christina Lim, 19, is one of those women.
Plastic surgery is “a normal thing,” she said. “My friends, they would actually just go on vacation and then they would come back with a new face.”
Lim has appeared occasionally as a translator on Korean TV and aspires to make it a career, but feels the pressure to make some serious physical changes first.
“I got lots of hate comments, like, ‘Why is she even on TV? Why is she so fat?’ and I don’t have the looks, I don’t have that idol figure, I don’t have that face,” she said.
She wanted surgery to have her jaw slimmed down and another to reshape her nose.
“I guess everyone wants to look like K-Pop idols,” Lim said. “You have to look pretty, you have to have double eyelids, you have to have your v-line face, you have to be slim, but you have to have big breasts and stuff.
“I think everyone is trying to delete this Koreanness,” she added. “In Korea, you go down the streets, you see this girl. And you walk down the street, and you see that girl again. It actually is a different person.”
It’s not just women living in South Korea who feel that way. People from all over the world flock to Seoul for plastic surgeons with expertise in Korean features and competitive pricing.
Jessica Choi, a 33-year-old property manager for a real estate company 6,000 miles away in Los Angeles, flew to Seoul to undergo her own plastic surgery overhaul.
“I just always feel like my eyes were never big enough. I used to even get made fun of when I was little for having ‘Asian eyes,’” Choi said. “I think the results will be better in Korea because they know the Asian face better.”
She hoped to improve surgeries she had in the United States and undergo a series of new ones, including having her forehead reshaped, her eyes extended, her nose and chin reshaped and lip injections.
“In high school, my first procedure was getting this double eyelid crease put in, and it made my eyes so much bigger. I remember how exciting that was,” she said. “Just recently, I had my nose done by a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, sort of a plastic surgeon to the stars ... but it’s still not what I’m looking for.
“It was $8,000,” Choi added. “In South Korea, it’s anywhere from $2,000 to $4-5000, so it’s significantly cheaper.”
Her motivations for going through with the surgeries were more than just for looks. Choi claimed she was in an abusive marriage.