According to a computer simulation by the Korea Face Institute, faces in the country will look pretty different in the year 2100. The simulation worked by using 20,000 photographs to analyze and predict changes in the face. 

The simulation ultimately concluded that in the 2100, women will have what is now referred to as "double eyelids" and men will have bigger foreheads and denser eyebrows. They also said that these changes will occur naturally over time and will not be the result of plastic surgery.

One researcher at the Korea Face Institute believes that these changes will come from the fact that many families will have children across cultures. The Institute also said that 4.8 percent of the population in Korea will come from multicultural backgrounds by the year 2050. 

Korean faces in 12,000 BC [photo credit: Korean Face Institute]

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