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Korean Model Injects Oil into Her Face After Surgeons Refuse to Give Her More Plastic Surgery

Update Date: May 07, 2013 02:18 PM EDT
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Hang Mioku had her first cosmetic procedure when she was 28 when she was undoubtedly a natural beauty. However, she quickly became addicted to plastic surgery and resorted to injecting cooking oil into her face, which left her permanently disfigured.


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Former model Hang Mioku was so addicted to plastic surgery that when doctors refused to give her any more silicone, she took matters into her own hands and injected cooking oil into her face.

After injecting an entire bottle of black market silicone into her own face, Hang resorted to using cooking oil, which left her face permanently mutilated and forever scarred.

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People have now donated thousands of dollars to pay for Hang's corrective surgery after her story and harrowing pictures of Hang's face were featured on Korean television.

According to the Daily Mail, during the operations, surgeons ended up removing 60g of silicone, oil and other foreign substances from her face and 200g from her neck. However, Hang, who is now 48, is still disfigured and she desperately wishes she could have her old face back.

Hang had her first cosmetic procedure when she was 28. Then she moved to Japan and had repeated treatments.

Soon she became obsessed with having smoother and softer skin and eventually doctors refused to carry out any more work on her face after it became noticeably enlarged.

Nonetheless, she managed to get a hold of a bottle of silicone and a syringe and self-inject. However, after the silicone ran out she resorted to using cooking oil.

Her DIY treatments have altered her face so much that even her own parents do not recognize her, and local children call her "standing fan" because her face was so large compared to her small stature.

After numerous operations, which were paid for by donations, doctors were able to successfully reduce the size of her face and neck. However, Hand is still severely disfigured.

The Daily Mail reports that the former models is now working in a recycled clothes shop, called The Beautiful Shop, and receiving handouts from the government.

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