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This South Korean actress was in all over the Korean gossip tabloids back in 2014 for going out with fellow South Korean actor Kim Min Jong. Celebrities dating other celebrities? How is that shocking?
Well it was scandalous because apparently Kim Min Jong is 18 years older than Go Ara!! The rumour mill went into overdrive when the two were spotted out and about doing “couple” things in Seoul. The irony is not lost on their zealous fans.
The 33 year old dashing actor is well known for his role in Gentleman’s Dignity the hit Korean drama where he plays a character who falls in love and dates a very young girl.
Did Kim Min Jong take his role too seriously and decide to continue his character’s role in real life? The couple sure do keep a low profile and we’ve got our fingers crossed that they’ll go public soon. They make a cute couple no?
Go Ara’s love life aside, we’re here to discuss her stunning beauty and the secrets of the Go Ara plastic surgery procedures. It’s no secret this Jinju native got her start in the entertainment industry when she entered the SM Entertainment Teen Model Contest in junior high upon recommendation from a friend.
We’re glad she did because Go Ara went on to win the contest and eventually train under the same company in the area of acting, singing and dancing. Among the products she’s endorsed are SK Telecom, Elite Uniforms, and more recently, cosmetics.
Go was the youngest model for Etude House in 2006, and filmed the brand commercial with actor Jang Keun-suk in 2008. In 2011, Go and was chosen as the new muse of Lirikos.
Her acting chops are no less powerful as Go Ara was chosen to play the female lead, Lee Ok-rim in the 2003 KBS teen drama Sharp #1, acting alongside other big names like Lee Eun-sung, Kim Shi-hoo and Yoo Ah-in.
All this success was possible thanks to Goo Ara winning that one modelling contest based on her looks. So just how “original” are her looks? Or is it all down to Go Ara plastic surgery?
Go Ara was once famously quoted as saying “I’ll put more focus on acting rather than having any cosmetic surgery procedure.” This was at a press conference back in 2012.
Let’s see if her sentiments are still the same or if the pressures of being in the industry have finally bogged her down.
Go Ara Plastic Surgery Transformation – Ears
Go Ara plastic surgery, the first and most obvious would be her…………….ears. Yes, you read that right. We believe the 25 year old actress got otoplasty, better known as ear surgery done during her younger days.
Digging up her old childhood photos helped confirm our suspicions. There’s nothing like visual proof to make damning evidence. Take a look for yourself.
It’s true! Little miss supermodel had cauliflower ears when she was a kid and we have no doubt that she was teased mercilessly because of it.
Ear reshaping would have helped pin back her ears so that it doesn’t stick out by a mile, calling attention to it like a glowing ambulance siren. This plastic surgery procedures can be performed at any age, even on kids as young as 6, so it’s quite likely Go Ara might have got this Go Ara plastic surgery procedure done before her rise to fame.
We won’t call Go Ara to account for this plastic surgery as it’s perfectly understandable. In the superficial and cut throat world of the entertainment industry, we doubt she’d be where she is today if she hadn’t done something about those Dumbo ears.
Go Ara Plastic Surgery Transformation – Eyes
Go Ara is one of those few East Asians blessed with beautiful hazel eyes. In fact, her trademark coloured eyes are usually what most people notice first, so any alterations made would be very obvious. This Go Ara plastic surgery would be her double eyelids.
This surgery is the number one surgery in South Korea. This is no surprise considering most Asians don’t have the much sought after double eyelids. The before picture shows Go Ara with very obvious monolid eyes, and in the after picture, she’s suddenly grown an extra layer on top!
You can see how much more wide open and rounded her eyes are in the second picture compared to before. Where she was seriously lacking in the double eyelid department, she is now well endowed with that extra fold, eyelashes and all.
Her new big eyes make her look sweet and innocent and much younger than her 25 years, although if Korean fan forums are anything to go by, everyone seems to have preferred Go Ara’s eyes pre plastic surgery but we’re guessing blepharoplasty was a must have in the Go Ara plastic surgery transformation.
Go Ara Plastic Surgery Transformation – Nose
The third Go Ara plastic surgery is her nose. As we all know, most Asians don’t have a natural high nose bridge or a well-defined nasal tip.
While Go Ara’s nose isn’t too bad, we’d rate her original nose a 6 out of 10. Compare the before and after photos for yourself.
Same girl, different nose. While this Go Ara plastic surgery rhinoplasty is not as blatantly obvious as her ear reshaping surgery, it is nonetheless still noticeable.
How can we tell? Well for starters, the tip of her nose has acquired more shape in the after picture and seems to have increased with height. She has probably had her surgeon shave off much of her nose bridge, resulting in a narrower frame, which gives her more space between her eyes than before.
Considering her nose has this unnaturally straight line throughout the length, we reckon she’s had a silicone or cartilage implant sitting in there. Overall, we’d give her new nose a 9 out of 10.
Of course, there will be the usual botox and fillers, but that’s a story for another time.
To cap it off the Go Ara plastic surgery transformation, here is Go Ara’s gradual transformation throughout the years. Brace yourselves!
In retrospect, Go Ara has had to eat her words about not getting plastic surgery.
Having said that, we’re not going to judge the Go Ara plastic surgery transformation, after all the girl looks great and in the entertainment industry, isn’t that all that matters?