Pubic hair growth is a significant concern for Korean Woman. The problem stems from psychological issues because Korean men of all ages consider it unlucky to have sex with a woman who does not have pubic hair. Since communal bathing is a common practice and the lack of pubic hair quickly becomes common knowledge, many women are now opting for pubic hair restoration surgery.

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After

Here are the results of a pubic hair study conducted in Seoul, Korea.  100 patients participated in this study. Each underwent this surgery utilising mini and micro-hair grafts.

Analysis included the age distribution, history of relatives, combined diseases, stress factors, type of stress suffered, and the degree of satisfaction with the surgery.

RESULTS

Age distribution
The age distribution of the patients was 22-59 years.
The most common age group being 41-50 years 43%
43% of the patients were aged 41-50 years
22% of the patients were aged 32-40 years
19% of the patients were aged 21-30 years
17% of the patients were aged 51-60 years

Family History
The family history was studied in 76% of the patient’s.
In 51% of cases a sister was similarly affected.
In 32% of cases both Mother and a sister were similarly affected.
The study concluded that 8% of Korean women suffer this problem.

Combined Diseases
In 4% of cases the patient was suffering Hypertension
In 4% of cases the patient was suffering Thyroid disease.

Types of Stresses
In 68% of patients aged 20-30 Bathing/Sex were the principle causes.
In 59% of patients aged 31-40 Bathing was the principle cause.
In 60% of patients aged 41-50 Bathing was the principle cause.
In 71% of patients aged 51-60 Bathing was the principle cause.

Degree of Satisfaction:
70% considered the results of surgery Excellent.
25% considered the results of surgery Good
5% considered the results of surgery Poor.

Via the Tricological Society