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Oli London Before And After Pictures: Oli London Discloses Cosmetic Procedures Performed To Appear Like Korean Popstar Jimin-b

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Oli London, who was born in Britain but is now a social media influencer, caused a stir on social media when they said they now see themselves as Korean after a series of plastic surgery procedures.

London, who identifies as non-binary, posted a video on YouTube over the weekend in which they said they feel more connected to Korean culture than U.K. culture after “transitioning” to look like their K-Pop idol, Jimin of BTS.

“I’m going to come out and say that I’ve been transitioning today,” London said while laying in bed and taking it easy. “I’ve been deeply unhappy with who I am for the past eight years, and I’ve had something like 18 plastic surgeries…

“I just got a facelift, brow lift, temple lift, canthoplasty (eye surgery), and my teeth were also fixed. These things are just a part of my change. I’m feeling great, and for the first time in my life, I feel beautiful. I’m looking at myself in the mirror and I’m happy with how I look. I hope people will respect my choice.

“Coming out as non-binary is a very hard choice, but I’m making it,” YouTuber and Instagram star London said next. “I don’t feel I identify as male or female. I just feel like I’m in the middle, and my pronouns are they/them, Korean/Jimin…

“I know that a lot of people don’t get what I’m saying, but I still think of myself as Korean, and I do look Korean now. I do feel Korean. I don’t think of myself as British, so please don’t call me British. I think of myself as Korean. “I’m going to come out and say that I’ve been transitioning today,” London said while laying in bed and taking it easy. “I’ve been deeply unhappy with who I am for the past eight years, and I’ve had something like 18 plastic surgeries…

“I just got a facelift, brow lift, temple lift, canthoplasty (eye surgery), and my teeth were also fixed. These things are just a part of my change. I’m feeling great, and for the first time in my life, I feel beautiful. I’m looking at myself in the mirror and I’m happy with how I look. I hope people will respect my choice.

“Coming out as non-binary is a very hard choice, but I’m making it,” YouTuber and Instagram star London said next. “I don’t feel I identify as male or female. I just feel like I’m in the middle, and my pronouns are they/them, Korean/Jimin…

“I know that a lot of people don’t get what I’m saying, but I still think of myself as Korean, and I do look Korean now. I do feel Korean. I don’t think of myself as British, so please don’t call me British. I think of myself as Korean.

“That’s just my culture and where I come from. I look just like that now, and my Korean name is Jimin, so I also call myself that… I know that it’s hard to understand for some people. Nobody has ever come out as Jimin or Korean, but if you’ve been following my journey for the last eight years, you already know this.

“I’ve really had a hard time figuring out who I am… It’s a tough one, so I finally got up the nerve to do it. I’ve had my racial… I don’t know what to call it… transitional surgery. I’m now a non-binary person—they/them, Korean/Jimin, and I finally look Korean, which makes me very happy.”

oli london
oli london

In 2018, it was reported that London had spent more than $100,000 on plastic surgery to look like the musician Jimin. In the years since, that amount is now thought to have grown to more than $200,000.

In June, London tweeted a new picture of the South Korean flag with rainbow stripes and wrote: “This is my new Korean flag because I don’t have a set gender identity and I don’t want to be a man or a woman. It was really hard for me to come out as Them/they/kor/ean, so I really appreciate all of your support.”

They also said that they now go by the full name “Park Jimin HueningKai Taeyong Imnida.”

Since posting about their journey online, London has gotten a lot of negative feedback on social media, which they say is “sad” to have happened during Pride Month.

London told the Daily Mail, “It is sad that during Pride Month, a month that celebrates diversity, equality, and love, WOKE people would use my coming out and sharing my non-binary Korean identity—something that took me years to understand and accept and a lot of courage to share with the world—as a platform to bully, degrade, and dehumanise me and the LGBT community.”

“I know that a lot of people don’t understand how I identify and may find it strange, but being Korean and feeling Korean is a part of who I am and how I feel. I won’t let any smart person, bully, or troll take that away from me.

“I’ve gone through a lot of changes in my life to become who I am today. I’ve lived in Korea, I eat Korean food every day, I use Korean skincare, I’ve had plastic surgery to look Korean, and I speak Korean. All of this makes me who I am as a person and how I see myself as a non-binary Korean person.”

London is pictured in 2018
London is pictured in 2018

London also told the Daily Mail in 2020, “I’ve been getting surgery since 2013, when I decided I wanted to look like Park Ji-min from the Korean boyband BTS. I’ve gone all over the world, to Korea, Poland, and China, to get it done.”

London likes Jimin so much that they got married in Las Vegas to a cardboard cutout of the star. The ceremony was led by a man who acts like Elvis Presley.

“It was a really sad ceremony. I was really upset, “After the event in January 2020, London told the Daily Mail about it. “I look up to Jimin. I had a lot of surgery to make myself look like him, and now I’m married to him.”

Newsweek has asked a Jimin representative for their thoughts.

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