A manager for Korean female pop group SixBomb spent a hundred grand in plastic surgery to make the four band members look even more like big breasted skinny twelve year old schoolgirls. It’s only gross if you ask her who she has for homeroom. South Korean entertainment features an endless number of quartets ripping Gangnam style and performing synchronized dance moves in latex cheerleader costumes. It’s a brutal market.
A singer from SixBomb whose real name we won’t know until her 2019 drunk driving death after one rum and coke summed up the feelings of her mutilated co-stars:
“We all wanted to get some surgeries done to look prettier… and thought, ‘Why not perform a song about it instead of trying to conceal it?'”
Somebody needs to review how honesty points are handed out. It’s unclear if the “Becoming Prettier” song is satirizing South Korea’s obsession with artificial beauty or investing heavily into it. That’s the genius of having not one, but four, Korean Britney Spears in your group. Everything is instantly meta.
South Korea is an insanely youth culture focused market. That’s a polite way of saying men on the Peninsula cum hardest when fucking hairless babies. It reads more spiritually in the native language. In five years time the Pacific Rim will feature an add-on to make their sex robots sing. The human element of this market is dying. Rounder eyes doesn’t make you see any better. It’s the irony that kills you.