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  1. Hi guys. Just thought I'd make a thread to share some resources about the many PS clinics in Seoul. I understand many of us who are foreigners and/or don't have korean contacts and friends to give us some insider info on clinics find it hard to look for clinics other than the common few "tried and tested" places mentioned in the kakao chats and forums like PF. So I'll share two lists of clinic names for everyone's reference and research purposes. Those who are seeking out lesser known clinics or clinics that do less marketing to foreign patients can make use of this list to do your research.
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  2. If you had surgery in S korea and your results ended up really bad. For instance, after rhinoplasty you have breathing issues, facial asymmetry or worse you got skin treatment but your face gets ruined. I searched a lot and was told it is hard to sue korean doctors and I just want to let you know that is not true, they have consumer policies and the below websites should help you get compensation. The Korea Medical Dispute Mediation and Arbitration Agency is available by calling (02) 1670-3545 or visiting www.k-medi.or.kr, while the Korea Consumer Agency can be reached by dialing 1372 or
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  3. I agree with smilingmonkey! Consult with alot of clinics and see what they suggest, and compare to each other. When I did this, I asked questions like "what procedures do you recommend for me to achieve _____?" rather than asking for specific procedures. One thing to keep in mind is that they may have different suggestions when you consult in person compared to online. Pictures can only show so much, and you should have the in-person consultation with the doctor who will be performing the surgery (rather than just the consultant). The doctor should have the best idea of what procedure wil
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  4. Consultations on this list: DA Plastic Surgery (Eyes + Nose) ++) Updates from Luho, Marble DA PS (DREAM AESTHETICS) (Eng) I will start off by saying they took a long time to get back to me (2 days), and I think this could be because I contacted them when it was the weekend. However, they were VERY thorough. They drew on my photo and gave me two options with the drawings of roughly how high I could augment my nose: either super high or pretty natural. It would be an open rhinoplasty with silicone for the nose bridge and they gave me options: rib/ear+septal for the tip, with
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  5. Wannabe review - surgery date 8th Feb 2020 Pre operation: I freaked out 3 or 4 days before the surgery. I was very certain about doing my eyes but im not sure about nose since there is no going back once you touch your nose. Later on in your life is you have a accident and break your nose, hmmm this kind of thing worry me. So I messaged Alice a lot and almost cancel nose surgery but Alice eas very nice and patience. I went in for a chat with her went back with peace in mind. Operation day: As Wannabe is a small clinic, all their room is quite small actually. The surgery room is not t
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  6. Many people are concerned about traveling to Korea for cosmetic surgery during the COVID-19 (Corona Virus) outbreak. It's important for one to read travel & health advisory notices from their respective countries about visiting Korea. It will also help to consult with reasonable friends and family who have a vested interest in your well-being. Please take all that information into consideration before deciding to go Korea during the time of this posting. If you can delay your trip, please do so, especially until the outbreak and cases are reduced to the point where the vast majority
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  7. The eyes & nose one is a pretty general group with BA cases
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