A little over a week ago, I wrote about K-pop idol group Six Bomb and their controversial promotion for their newest single, in which they were to reveal their new looks on live TV after getting some much-publicized plastic surgery on their faces, all in the name of their comeback, "Becoming Prettier (After)." On March 21st, the girls appeared on a popular music show and proudly showed off the results of their surgeries, all seemingly happy with the results. Continue reading to check out their newest music video and see how different they look!

No matter what you're views on this somewhat disturbing story of Six Bomb, one thing has to be understood. Sure, the fact that four young girls in the entertainment business were put in a position where they had to agree to get plastic surgery done, and in the public eye, no less, sounds just plain wrong. But the fact of the matter is, all parents involved have given their permission for the girls to go through with the promotion, and the idols themselves are adamant that there was no pressure to take part. In the crazy world of entertainment, it's all part of the game.

And three days ago, Six Bomb made their momentous appearance on SBS MTV's The Show, where they showed off their new faces to the public. Rocking outfits inspired by national figure-skating icon Kim Yuna, the four girls sang "Becoming Prettier (After)," as both the studio audience and fans watching on TV were all left thinking pretty much the same thing — "They look exactly the same as before."

So apparently, for spending almost 100,000 US dollars, the idols don't seem to have made any drastic changes. As expected, some netizens showed disappointment, but it's probably better that the girls haven't changed much. If they did, that's all they'd ever be known for. And who would ever want to be known just for that?

"Becoming Prettier (After)"

"Our new faces!"

Kim Yuna and her outfit

Before and afters . . .


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Starring Park Bo Young and Kim Ji Soo

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