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...ps, and digital advertising. Each tab will compare South Korean technological culture to North America’s, in relations to plastic surgery, and how that specific mode of technology enhances their industry. There will be pictures and clips of these digital ads, apps, and shows that promote cosmetic surgery, as well as specific objective facts, like statistics, on each tab that will explain how technology reinforces plastic surgery practice, and even removes the stigma that it is attached with in the states. Each one of these pieces of supporting examples will be divided by country and then discuss its direct relations to each other and to cosmetic surgery. Users will be able to easily access this website and explore its different elements to learn more about this phenomenon in stimulating ways that leaves them creating their own connections between these two dynamics.
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