Aespa’s edited photos divide netizens over Koreans’ editing

This is the reason why foreigners are criticizing Koreans’ editing

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If you look at the unedited photos, they look like humans and their skin tone looks normal

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – JUNE 08: Members of the group aespa are on the field before game two of a double header between the New York Yankees and the Chicago White Sox at Yankee Stadium on June 8, 2023 in Bronx borough of New York City. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

Koreans edit the photos to make their skin really white and unrealistic. I think this is a real problem… It isn’t good to make distorted beauty standards

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1. [+81, -17] Who cares if they like it or not? East Asians like pale skin, so what? Should we change our beauty standards to match them?ㅋㅋ

2. [+71, -4] I’m shocked to see that idols are usually darker since they are paler in photos. I thought most idols were pale, but most of them are darker

3. [+62, -28] OP is bringing preview photos and claiming they are edited

4. [+47, -39] Huh? The photo you uploaded as unedited makes them look darker than they really are. Winter and Karina are naturally white. Especially Winter, she’s freaking white

5. [+39, -11] Who cares if the international fans hate it or not?

6. [+27, -2] I really hate the way Koreans edit (pale skin and red lips

7. [+18, -2] If you look at celebrities in real life, they look more normal than you think, the only thing that makes them different is that their heads and faces are so small

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