These 3 beauties used to be top actresses but regrettably lost their reputation due to plastic surgeries.
In a fierce and competitive world like the Korean film industry, many Korean actresses decided to undergo plastic surgeries to become more beautiful. However, what they got in reverse of beautiful faces was unstable and expressionless acting.
1. Yoon Eun Hye
Yoon Eun Hye was once nicknamed “first love” actress after appearing in back-to-back hit dramas, “Goong (Princess Hours)” and “Coffee Prince”. Moreover, her pure beauty helped her become one of the top visual goddesses of the entertainment industry at that time. However, after making the decision to take plastic surgery, Yoon Eun Hye not only lost her genuine beauty but also her natural acting, which now looks stiff and awkward. Most specifically, “Love Alert” is one of the most regrettable performances of Yoon Eun Hye.
2. Im Soo Hyang
Im Soo Hyang‘s acting once left a good impression thanks to her performance in the suspenseful drama Graceful Family, but that was before she took on the female lead role in My ID Is Gangnam Beauty. In this rom-com drama, Im Soo Hyang’s acting comes under mixed reviews due to her stiff expression. Many viewers think her facial expressions are no longer natural because she underwent plastic surgery like her character in My ID Is Gangnam Beauty.
3. Lee Da Hae
Lee Da Hae is a typical example of Korean female stars who show a new face every time they appear. Starting from 2014, her face has become more swollen and stiff due to the effect of plastic surgery. This has also affected her acting. In The Good Witch, although she plays two characters with different personalities, Lee Da Hae‘s expressions are said to be monotonous. Previously, Lee Da Hae used to achieve much success in Korea with her roles in My Girl, Hotel King, Chuno, etc., but after she started concentrating more on promotions in China, her popularity in Korea has declined. Recently, Lee Da Hae and longtime boyfriend Se7en made their variety show appearance as a couple on MBC’s Point of Omniscient Interference.