Booby Blog #5: Boob Job in Seoul (Before and After)

 Are you considering plastic surgery in Korea?  Make sure to reach out to the team at Seoul Cosmetic Surgery (info@seoulcosmeticsurgery.com) for the most transparent Q&A and easiest consultation experience.  For more information about getting my breast implants in Seoul, check out the Booby Blog Archives!

My Boob Job in Seoul

I feel pretty ridiculous posting all of these before and after pictures from my boob job in Seoul.  I’ve had a number of messages saying that people appreciate how candid I’ve been about all this (thanks for them!).  With that in mind, I’m going to try to press on even though I feel silly and vain.  My breast augmentation surgery in Seoul at TL Plastic Surgery with Seoul Cosmetic Surgery was really easy.  My recovery was a lot easier than I expected.  Every body reacts differently.  Maybe it’s because I’m tall, muscular (erring on the heavy side), and generally take pretty good care of myself, but my recovery has been a breeze compared to a few other ladies who have had plastic surgery.  Without further adieu, here are some before and after shots!

Boob Job in Seoul Follow Up

A day, a week, a month and 2 months after surgery I had follow up appointments to check the implants, incisions, and the surrounding tissue.  I also had laser treatments to aid in the healing process of the incisions.  Some other women I know who have had a boob job in Seoul haven’t had as many follow ups, so I’m pretty thrilled with the after-care of TL Plastic Surgery.

Can you believe how tiny my ta-tas were before?   people thought I’d go full Dolly Parton with absolutely giant knockers.  I didn’t want that!  I just wanted nicely shaped breasts which suit my frame and height.  I probably could have gone bigger, but didn’t want to look (or feel) fake.  I rarely wear a bra now. My back doesn’t hurt.  Life’s so much easier! 

Wearing a Compression Garment After a Boob Job in Seoul

Wearing a compression garment has actually become more and more comfortable.  You’re supposed to wear it for a month after surgery.  I’ve seen so many women have issues with their breast implants starting to migrate and widen.  My compression garment has actually been on the big side.  I’m tall and have a big rib cage, but the tightest setting on my compression garment was still too loose unfortunately.  I would advise that if you’re tall and/ or broad like I am, invest in a compression garment that fits your new chest right after your boob job in Seoul.  You might want to check into buying one online as I’m not sure how many other compression garment styles are out there.  Mine in particular was like a regular bra but without the underwire or the part covering the nipple.  Some people compared it to a bondage look from the 70’s.

Are you considering plastic surgery in Korea?  Make sure to reach out to the team at Seoul Cosmetic Surgery (info@seoulcosmeticsurgery.com) for the most transparent Q&A and easiest consultation experience.  For more information about getting my breast implants in Seoul, check out the Booby Blog Archives!