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Travel becomes passport to a new look

Updated: 2013-10-02 07:32
By He Na ( China Daily)

Increasing numbers of Chinese are heading to South Korea for plastic surgery, but this may soon change, as He Na reports.

In the eyes of Sun Shuang's friends and colleagues, she is an attractive woman with virtually all the attributes needed to live a happy life.

The 30-year-old, who uses an alias, lives and works in Quzhou, Zhejiang province, is tall, slim and the mother of a 2-year-old boy.

Her husband loves his family. They both have decent jobs with good salaries and own a large, well-decorated apartment and a car bought by their parents when the couple married.

Travel becomes passport to a new look

A doctor explains teeth structure to a potential patient at a clinic in Seoul, the capital of South Korea. Xinhua

Travel becomes passport to a new look 

Visitors inspect before-and-after virtual images of plastic surgery on a 3-D scan computer at an international plastic surgery expo held in Seoul in April. Provided to China Daily

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