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It's not a reach at all nor is it that much of a coincidence that she popped on anyone's radar if they are a part of Korea's Facebook community or groups. She used to be active on Korean fashion and style dailylook communities but some people complained about how she posted pictures of herself in lingerie and passed them off as "outfits". I'm sure that's where she gained a lot of male followers. I'm actually surprised she hasn't been suspected until now. She visited Japan three or four months ago for a visa run.
I thought it was very weird that she made it look like she's being a filial daughther by giving her mom plastic surgery that is probably sponsored to begin with. I've heard of giving your parents a spa day or skin treatments.. even Botox but this is extreme.
It really is a shame. I don't understand why she had all that work done on her face when she was universally attractive before imo. I'm pretty sure she will regret them one day since most beauty standards are merely trends. A couple of years ago the V line jaw was the biggest rage in Asia but now people opt for a more natural rounded egg-shape. Thin lips and brows were huge in the 90's in the west but now everyone wants big lips and bold brows.
Please explain to me what the definition of "bitch" is then. Here's a quick Google search: bitchbiCH/noun 1.a female dog, wolf, fox, or otter.2.informala difficult or unpleasant situation or thing. verbinformal 1.express displeasure; grumble.None of these apply to Megan if you actually comprehended what @jaydotgif wrote. "Basic bitch" is used to say she's boring and unoriginal. I'm not a fan of the phrase myself but that's what it is. If you are very sensitive to that word then maybe you shouldn't be on a censorship-free forum with us petty girls.
Yep I agree with this 100%. I find it a bit awkward for a non Korean to use honorifics on a Korean-American friend when they converse completely in English. However I think it is acceptable for couples (non-krn + krn) and can even be considered more of a pet name/special nickname between the two.