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Creepy But Socially Relevant Film Depicts The Reality of Plastic Surgery in South Korea

The bleak reality of a society consumed by vanity.






A short film produced in South Korea depicts the challenging situation in a modern society where people are expected to meet certain physical standards to become accepted. It shows how plastic surgery has been wholeheartedly embraced as the means to achieve belongingness – a practice that has become so rampant that it has turned into a norm.

In the following video, you will see In Hyung, a young South Korean girl, wishing to undergo plastic surgery so she can look like everyone else.

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In a culture consumed by vanity, those who do not fit in with the set standards of physical appearance can not help but feel isolated. They get pushed towards the edge of desperation and are left with no other choice but to adhere to what the society dictates to avoid being bereft of a company – norms to which they heedlessly conform to regardless of how grave the consequences may be.

How many In Hyungs are out there?

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Words of a Champion: 10 Inspiring Quotes from Muhammad Ali

Larger-than-life boxing icon Muhammad Ali died at 74 — leaving behind a legacy that will forever be hard to beat.

Faye Williams



Larger-than-life boxing icon Muhammad Ali died on Friday, June 3, 2016, at a hospital in Phoenix, Arizona. Ali got knocked out by a respiratory illness, a condition that was complicated by his Parkinson's disease. It's worth noting, though, that Ali battled with Parkinson's for 32 years. It can be said that he put up a good fight for as long as he could.

Prior to turning professional, Ali won a gold medal in the 1960 Olympics. In his career as a professional boxer, he fought a total of 61 fights. He won 56 of them, 37 of which were by knock out.

He was the fiercest of them all.

He was the fiercest of them all.

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Innovative Couple Creates an Ingenious Solution to Keep Their House Warm During Winters

With the help of Swedish eco-architect Bengt Warne, the couple turned their house into a warm and comfortable sanctuary even when it’s freezing outside.

Ann Nuñez



Nordic winters are notorious for being harsh and unbearable and Swedish couple Charles Sacilotto and Marie Granmar has finally had enough of it. To save energy during the frosty winter months, the couple has decided to build a greenhouse around their home. With the help of Swedish eco-architect Bengt Warne, the couple turned their house into a warm and comfortable sanctuary even when it's freezing outside.

The couple's house was built on the principle of architect Bengt Warne's naturhaus, or nature house in English. The external structure of the house is made up of panes of glass, which can keep the temperatures inside warm enough to grow vegetables even in winter. The house also uses natural solar power for heat, which helps save a huge chunk of money meant for their electricity bill. Aside from these eco-friendly benefits, the house is also independent from the city sewer.

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80-Year-Old Grandma’s Incredible Age-Defying Transformation, Thanks to Make-Up

You wont believe it’s the same person…

Dondi Tiples



An octogenarian grandmother has been wowing the internet lately after receiving an incredible makeover from her makeup artist granddaughter that transforms her from several levels of drab to Hollywood-style fab.

Eighty-year-old Livia from Croatia looks like your typical super senior, with her face criss-crossed in wrinkles from over half a century of life's experiences.

Typically what you would expect any 80-year-old woman to look like.

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