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Posted by yckim124 AKP STAFF 11 days ago

Kang Han Na cuts off all contact after her remark on Korean celebrities' cosmetic surgery turned controversial

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Kang Han Na is currently unreachable.

The November 2 episode of KBS2's 'Entertainment Weekly' covered the controversy involving Kang Han Na. The Korean entertainer received heavy criticism for stating, "99 out of 100 Korean celebrities undergo cosmetic surgery," on a Japanese show. 

Kang Han Na has turned her social media accounts private after the issue blew up. She has also cut off all contact, according to 'Entertainment Weekly.' The producers of the show attempted to reach Kang Han Na multiple times, however, she never picked up her phone. 



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manfron 11 days ago 0
11 days ago

Learn the lesson, don't say the truth, people hate the truth

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Jk4lls 11 days ago 1
11 days ago

what she said its true though. i hope her remarks change the korean people in doing cosmetic surgery. it's a pretty embarrassing when they flaunt at how much plastic they have on their face.


if i want to see a country full of plastic surgery, i might as well go to lego land.

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gureumcloud 9 days ago 0
9 days ago

I agree that the country's obsession with looks is a bad thing, but who exactly flaunts it? Most celebrities don't mention it at all or try to act like they're all-natural, even when it's obvious they're not. There's still a strong notion in Korea that natural beauty is far better than plastic beauty, they just also happen to think that plastic beauty is preferable to "average" looks.

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Mich_le 11 days ago 0
11 days ago

japan have her, S.korea have Sayuri Fujita.

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Impala 11 days ago 0
11 days ago

where is the lie tho?

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Anpanman 11 days ago 0
11 days ago

Well, she didn't lie. But she should've known that saying than on jpn show when there's so much tension between jpn and sk won't lead to SK public liking her

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dahyessi 10 days ago 0
10 days ago

What's the point of going to a japanese show and talk about koreans celebrities getting cosmetic surgery? She should mind her own business and let those who want to get or already got cosmetic surgery alone, it's not like those celebs asked her to pay their surgery.

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yelloworange223 10 days ago 0
10 days ago

she said 99% of all korean celebrities undergoes surgery and that 1% exception is her,in other words she just wanted to say that...of all the popular k-celebrities in japan,japanese most realize that she is the most beautiful and deserving of their praise...he he so obvious,so desperate...

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mrkeikuro 10 days ago 1
10 days ago

WHich one is Kang Han Na again..? the same kang han na in Running man..?im confuse...??

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JKwon 10 days ago 0
10 days ago

Not the same kang han na (actress) from running man. Unfortunate because they have the same name some people mistake and curse at kang han na the actress even though she is innocent.

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krell 11 days ago 3
11 days ago

For KANG HAN NA to just say that "It is not uncommon for S.KOREAN Celebrities to have Cosmetic Surgery" would likely be relatively okay. But, using 'loose exaggeration' wording on a JAPAN TV Show, NOT so much. Now, she is being 'targeted' by S.KOREANS who are *always* looking to make MORE out such incidents (the offense level) than is really there. It is driven by S.KOREANS who RESENT the occupation years by JAPAN (1910-1945). People will say "Well, she did not need to say that, but she did. So she deserves what she is getting it now." And sadly, there is some logic to that argument. But I would observe that what KANG HAN NA said it, has ZERO MEANINGFUL IMPACT on the life of ANYONE living in S.KOREA. It is only 'loose' TV Talk Show 'chatter' that will be forgotten 6 months from now. S.KOREANS will have 'moved on' to rant about a series of additional MEANINGLESS GAFFS by then ... ;)

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gureumcloud 9 days ago 2
9 days ago

Not really, because the things she says as a Korean individual from the country on a Japanese show will influence how Japanese people view Korean people. You say things like "has zero meaningful impact on the life of anyone living in South Korea" but literally look at other comments here, including one that says "if i want to see a country full of plastic surgery, i might as well go to lego land."


Not that what other people are saying are necessarily wrong, but if you think she doesn't essentially act as a representative of Korea (as in people will take what she says very seriously), you're wrong. People typically don't like being stereotyped, which is actually a huge issue that Asian Americans face and find trouble with.

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krell 9 days ago 1
9 days ago

Those stating views on Cosmetic Surgery and S.KOREANS, *already* have formed opinions on it. And again, 6 months from now, they won't care what KANG HAN NA had to say. They will have 'moved on' to the 'next affront' if you will.

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gureumcloud 9 days ago 0
9 days ago

I'm talking about the point of views they have in general spreading. Of course, most people who are posting on a k-pop media site already know and have an opinion about it, but that doesn't mean your average Japanese person will.

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kyshro 11 days ago 3
11 days ago

Good. What she said was complete BS, so she should take back what she said.

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renapxn 11 days ago 0
11 days ago

You're deluded.

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gureumcloud 9 days ago 0
9 days ago

I don't know how you can just say it's complete BS considering South Korea is infamous for its booming and leading plastic surgery industry. People go to Korea to get it.

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L_catzzz 9 days ago 0
9 days ago

Exaggerated maybe, but not completely bullshit. Nam Tae Hyun alone has received 25 cosmetics injections throughout his life.


https://www.allkpop.com/article/2018/10/nam-tae-hy...


During the talk show, actor Kim Sung Chul revealed he has received V-line contouring injections but it wore off in just 3 months.

Hearing this, Nam Tae Hyun commented, "It should've lasted about 6 months..." He then confessed, "I've gotten contouring injections before, because I was an idol. Visuals are important for idols."


Most of them would most likely have done it at least once in their career lifetime.

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