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Brooklyn-based photographer Ji Yeo explores how women define beauty. Her work critiques a culture that is obsessed with appearances. Some of her work is difficult to look at because it dives deep into the psychological connotations of why women want to re-shape their bodies so significantly in order to feel beautiful. 

Yeo’s project titled “Beauty Recovery Room” examines the South Korean obsession with plastic surgery. South Korea has the world’s highest rate of plastic surgery. Yeo’s photographs show women after they have undergone plastic surgery, showing every single painful detail. The male-dominated media and culture of South Korea has dictated to Korean women what it means to look beautiful. Yeo’s photos show what these women are willing to go through - cuts, bruises, scars, and pain - all for the sake of vanity.