How do you feel about guys with makeup/plastic surgery?

Western celebrities (men and women) wear makeup, but the guys don't actually openly display it like K-pop stars do. Here are some sickening, atrocious examples of how men have been wired to wear makeup and expose their "cute, feminine' side in such a homogenous, yet homophobic society like South Korea.

How do you feel about guys with makeup/plastic surgery?
How do you feel about guys with makeup/plastic surgery?Girls, do you honestly want to wake up with this being the first thing you see? I would be freaked out!! Just no!
How do you feel about guys with makeup/plastic surgery?
How do you feel about guys with makeup/plastic surgery?Actually looked like a nice young man before he changed into Snow White. I would date him in the first pic. Why he gotta do that to himself? How do you feel about guys with makeup/plastic surgery?
How do you feel about guys with makeup/plastic surgery?He just needed some work on that hair, but that's it! He didn't need to go that far!
How do you feel about guys with makeup/plastic surgery?
How do you feel about guys with makeup/plastic surgery?He was a cute kid, but now he's just ugh...

How do you feel about guys with makeup/plastic surgery?
And some girls actually like these boys! Wow! It's not a glo-up (puberty.) It's called makeup, aka Justin Bieber's younger Asian sister. If the one in the second pic walked up to me, I would think that it's a girl right away! And they're from BTS, GOT7, and EXO. I know it's Korea but ugly is ugly anywhere. If girls like these boys, why do those same fangirls hate Justin Bieber? They're his sisters, for God's sake! And I don't like any of them. Can I at least, just for once, see their goddamn eyebrows! Why cover them up with long bangs! Be yourself, don't need makeup to look handsome!

Although there are more masculine stars, most fangirls are swayed towards the cutesy boys like these.

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Most Helpful Guy

  • I'd go gay for some Korean guys. Confusing feelings right there.

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    • Yuck! These bastards are disgusting! Sure, I can understand if you're a teen and all. But can you imagine what these sickos would look like in their 30s? Surely, they can't walk around with pink lip gloss, long rainbow colored bangs, and blue eyecontacts!

Most Helpful Girl

  • Those guys are famous Korean pop stars? Why hate on em? Yes they are attractive humans maybe they had surgery I don't know, but I think u should just stop comparing them to western artists, cause Korean music translated to English always sing out being friends with one another and getting along or talking about serious issues like bullying. justing beiber and artists like him in western society sing about sex, love and heartbreak. I think Korea has gotten their music right. So how about u just shut up sweetheart ❤️👍

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    • Contrary to what you might think, I actually LOVE their music. I love BTS, EXO, and other Korean boy groups. And even the sad romantic ballads. It's just that I've noticed how they all look so similar to each other. If you examine their eyebrows, per se, you'll notice that they're the same. In Western society, there are celebrities with different skin tones, eyebrow types, lip types, and etc. I appreciate variety and diversity more than uniformity. That's my point.

      You know, I would love it if while they were walking down the streets, they would just flip their fringes up. I believe some of them were good-looking beforehand; it's just I get mad when I see them with freakishly long hair, covering all of their features (eyes, eyebrows, forehead) up.

    • Perhaps you should watch this video. It might give more insight as to the grim reality of K-pop that I was talking about. When I was obsessed with K-pop, I tried dismissing this video when it came up in my recommendations. Like a lot of K-pop fans, I didn't want my vision of K-pop and its perfection to be polluted by this "brutal honesty." After watching it, I still enjoyed K-pop, just not obsessed with it anymore.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lx8u2-jH5rY

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What Guys Said 5

  • Gaayyyy, but really, how self-centered do you have to be to fall that low?

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    • How am I self-centered? I'm just explaining that these little kids and even the fangirls have undergone a lengthy reification process, thanks to the glitter, glamour, and rainbows that most K-pop idols' lives seem to be filled with. They can no longer tell that these companies ONLY want money. No matter the family bond between these people, money is the top priority, not true music and talent.

      At least, in the U. S., artists have more opinion in the music that they produce and can be more adamant about what to wear, their public image, and who they want to date. If any of these boys were to date anyone, fans would go berzerk and the company may fire them. I feel so pitiful for them. :( But they don't even know it themselves.

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    • They ARE just decor for the crazy fangirls. New boy groups debut every single month literally. It's like a game to see who can be more popular. When a new song is released, they go onstage and tell fans to vote. Whoever has the most votes, wins a trophy. That's it. The quality of their music doesn't count. Only quantity does.

    • They've made the choice themselves, you can see what it's like from miles away, so no pity here.

  • I'm curious, why do you keep making topics/questions in the same vein?

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  • The makeup is ridiculous, men shouldn't wear makeup.
    The plastic surgery depends.

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  • LOL. They are pathetic.

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  • It looks so fucking gay.

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What Girls Said 13

  • Okay, so I don't believe any MALE or FEMALE should be FORCED to change their appearances for anyone or anything, but if girls can willingly wear makeup and have plastic surgeries, then I believe guys should be able to as well without being put down for it

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    • But sometimes, the company FORCES them to get plastic surgery or put on makeup. It's the industry's goal to display these guys with "the friendly, cutesy boy next door" image. That's the main reason why I loathe K-pop so much.

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    • And that's where K-pop sucks. Most fangirls are just oh so infatuated with this innocent aura that these boys exude. They fail to notice the grim reality of the industry since it's glitter, glamor, and rainbows 24/7 to them.

  • i think people should be free to do what they want with their body, people may disagree but if they feel good about, who are we to judge

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  • I really don't see the problem with guys wearing makeup.

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  • wait what does Justin Bieber have to do with this😑😐

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    • Most of the fangirls who are obsessed with Korean boy groups are the same ones who diss Justin Bieber for being gay and looking girly. So hypocritical.

    • Justin Bieber is not gay or does he look girly also I agree with you it is hypocritical because this Kpop people be looking like I don't know girly and wearing makeup like no guys supposed to wear makeup also are they really being forced to do all this.

  • i CAN'T believe that homophobic people like you still exist. it's 2018, get over yourself dude. they're not harming you or anyone so just let them do what they want. it is sad if they got plastic surgery, but that's their choice! who the hell are you to say what these grown men can & cannot do.

    if you're honestly so bothered by it, then why did you make a whole post dedicated to them lmfao. like you even said, western celebrities do it too, but you're not making posts about them. they're fine as hell & i don't even listen to kpop. grow up :)

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  • Dead set the only type of guys I'm into so...

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  • Gay and gross i agree lmao.

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  • They look really weird and gay.

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  • Turn offffff.

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  • This is fucking bullshit right here. First of all, it is puberty, those picture of them that you posted was when they were 15,16,17, you get the point. Right now they're like in their twenties and if you saw them them without makeup now, they look like angels and they're so beautiful. Do some research first, please. For gods sake you got a picture of a bot thats 6 in one but like 21 in the other, like seriously? Whats so wrong with men wearing makeup anyways? It's their face, they do whatever they want to it. So you're saying it's okay when female stars wear makeup? Why don't you tell them to be theirselves too? huh? It's not like they're inscure anyways. I know my boys. They love the way they look with out without makeup. Even if they didn't wear makeup i bet yah most of us would still stay with them.

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    • Contrary to what you might think, I actually LOVE their music. I love BTS, EXO, and other Korean boy groups. And even the sad romantic ballads. It's just that I've noticed how they all look so similar to each other. If you examine their eyebrows, per se, you'll notice that they're the same. In Western society, there are celebrities with different skin tones, eyebrow types, lip types, and etc. I appreciate variety and diversity more than uniformity. That's my point.

      You know, I would love it if while they were walking down the streets, they would just flip their fringes up. I believe some of them were good-looking beforehand; it's just I get mad when I see them with freakishly long hair, covering all of their features (eyes, eyebrows, forehead) up.
      Since some of them were good-looking pre-debut, why did they have to change their eyebrows and all that? Just to fit in with society's perception of beauty?

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    • Have you seen v? He always wears headbands and stuff like that. Plus they're not trying to hide anything. If they were you would never see them wearing head bands and stuff like that. They didn't really change i mean most of it, maybe even all of it was the companies that they are making them wear makeup. Oh and trust me real bts fans know that. We know that they are humans too. Maybe if you were really in the fandom you would understand. We love bts very much and we really care for them. But eventually they're gonna grow up and have a family and have a normal life. But we DON'T treat them like ken dolls. I mean can't a person have a favorite hair color? Oh and about him saying that we only see them on stage is not true. They have opened up to us though music, v lives, and bangtan bombs. We know a lot about them. I know that they are a bunch of goofy seven idiots that ruined my life and i will never have peace until i find out that they are doing good. So no we don't see them like that

    • Yes, I love BTS' music as well. Some of my favorite songs from them are "Baepsae," "Second Grade," and "I need U." And I was talking about K-pop as a WHOLE. BTS undoubtedly has made ripples (good ones) throughout the K-pop industry, and their impact is only growing more and more internationally as they continue producing more hit singles. It's just that I can't help but hate ARMYs who wants to nitpick BTS. For example, I saw an Instagram post that praised Big Hit for not whitewashing Suga in the "Spring Day" MV. I concur with that. But then another post (on the same page) extol how pale Suga's skin is. What? And it was an account run by one freaking person. I hate those kinds of ARMYs. :/

  • Girl I could send millions of armys after you, but cause I'm feeling relatively nice today, imma let this one slide

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    • Look, I love and appreciate BTS' music like hell. They have truly changed the K-pop industry in terms of how much control artists have over their own music, and they're very in touch with their fans. However, I still hate how in selfies, they open their eyes like crazy and of course, STILL wear excessive makeup like all the other K-pop stars! It sucks! Just be yourself, goddamnit!

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    • Yes, I agree with your point. I try not to get involved with the fandom, per se, but certainly, I seek enjoyment in their music. And by their, I mean K-pop as a whole. Not just BTS' of course. Also, may I ask what was your opinion on the video that I offered? Although the guy in it isn't a K-pop fanatic or anything, he has lived in South Korea for a long time, and it was a foreigner's perspective on the Korean music industry as a whole. When I stated those derogatory terms, I was referring to how horrifying similar they all looked. But may I also inquire your age? I'm only 14. :/

    • Are you seriously not going to reply? :/

  • they can do whatever they want it's their public image.. and the company's image... in Korea it's literally all the hype... there's that kpop girls band who spent 80k and had a before and after surgery music video and they debuted... just weird

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    • But sometimes, the company forces them to get plastic surgery or put on makeup. It's the industry's goal to display these guys with "the friendly, cutesy boy next door" image. That's the main reason why I loathe K-pop so much.

    • unfortunately that's the concept they've been stuck with for ages... everyone's just out to get money including those companies... sign them at young age then develop as they grow..

  • Not. Good. At. All!

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    • Yep! Can you imagine what these sickos would look like in their 30s? Surely, they can't walk around with pink lip gloss, long rainbow colored bangs, and blue eye contacts!

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    • BTS? Feminine? I mean yeah, but i always thought they had like a badass feel to them. I mean like the fire, danger, boy in luv, no more dream ( you get the point ) Were more of their style and still is. But I mean all kpop stars are like that even bigbang, they are so cute!!! But i get where you, re going i mean it is kinda their culture and if they wanna wear makeup. Let them wear makeup. Girls do it. Why don't people tell them to be their selves?

    • @nobodycaresaboutme No, no. I never stated BTS was feminine. I clearly stated Seventeen was feminine, not BTS. They have a hip-hop vibe to them. There's nothing wrong with anyone (men or women) wearing makeup. Everyone have insecurities; that's just a part of being human. But I dislike how they ALL have the exact same eyebrow types and such.
      But perhaps you should watch this video:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lx8u2-jH5rY

      I prefer diversity over uniformity. That's my point. Everyone in K-pop is expected to conform to the social norms and present this innocent, yet casual public image. Things don't work that way. You can't act casual and candid while trying to act like how people want you to. I hope the video helps.

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