Travel becomes passport to a new look

Travel becomes passport to a new look

In the eyes of Sun Shuang's friends and colleagues, she is an attractive woman with virtually all the attributes needed to live a happy life.

The 30-year-old, who uses an alias, lives and works in Quzhou, Zhejiang province, is tall, slim and the mother of a 2-year-old boy.

Her husband loves his family. They both have decent jobs with good salaries and own a large, well-decorated apartment and a car bought by their parents when the couple married.

Before giving birth, Sun was highly confident and extroverted, but afterwards became a little depressed and didn't like talking or even going shopping with her friends, an activity she used to enjoy. When she went out, she walked with her head down.

Sun did not explain the reason for the change in her behavior to anyone, apart from her husband. It turned out that Sun's breasts - a little small before she gave birth - became much smaller after she breastfed her son.

Her husband said he didn't mind and loved her more than ever. But Sun said she wanted to undergo breast surgery in South Korea. Afraid that her symptoms may develop into deep depression, her husband gave his approval.

With the help of a Shanghai-based website that organizes plastic surgery and sightseeing for Chinese in South Korea, the operation was a success.

"The shape and feel of my breasts is pretty much the same as real ones. Even my husband says that I look better and I am more confident than before," she said.

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