The management company will not only pay if the idol does plastic surgery on their own.
The Korean entertainment industry has always been famous for its strict regulations on idols’ appearance. Therefore, many trainees have accepted the pain to change their faces in order to have the opportunity to become famous.
In some cases, management companies will require trainees to have plastic surgery to better match the group’s image or public taste at that time.
The trainees will be introduced to the beauty salons affiliated with the management company. The company will pay almost the entire amount of plastic surgery of the stars. This fee will be added to the initial investment fee that the intern will have to pay back to the company after debuting.
In case the trainees want to have plastic surgery according to their personal wishes, they still have to discuss with the management company. Only when they receive a nod from the representative are they eligible to do so. This part of the cost will be fully paid by the stars themselves. However, they can get a little discount if done at the company’s familiar beauty centers.
“Most idols will have plastic surgery before their debut. They don’t just do it once, they have to do it continuously.” – Tina, former member of the band Blady said.
Up to now, it is no longer surprising that Korean stars intervene under the knife. The fact is that many stars have “risen” since changing their appearance. This makes the rookies step on the operating table with the desire to “change their appearance” – “change their luck” – “change their lives”.
In short, it depends on who decides the aesthetic? – that the management company or the stars themselves are the ones to pay for the surgery costs. Regardless of who pays, the desire to be beautiful and more pleasing to the eye is still common among the owners of the bill.
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