Here is a little introduction to aegyo:
Aegyo derives from the Korean characters “love (ae)” and “beautiful (gyo).” English translation of aegyo sal would be “winsome,” defined by the Merriam Webster Dictionary : “generally pleasing and engaging often because of a child likecharm and sweetness.” Not surprisingly, aegyo sal is considered a feminine trait, generally attributed to women who can charm men and elders through a careful balance of sweetness, cuteness, modesty, thoughtfulness, and submissiveness. A woman with aegyo sal knows to blush at dirty jokes rather than guffaw along with her mouth agape. A woman with aegyo sal knows to let out a modest and appealing squeal and grab tight her date’s hand when watching a horror movie. Aegyo sal is considered such an essential female trait that there is even want to go under the knife procedure called “aegyo surgery” in which aegyo sal is created on the bottom eyelid to create a sweeter and more innocent appearance.
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Aegyo sal are fatty deposits beneath under your eyes ,these are NOT the same as the eye bags. These fatty deposits are very apparent on people with aegyo sal when they smile; thus they are also known as smile eyes. Many people believe that with aegyo sal have eyes that look biger. It has become more popular to get plastic surgery or tape to achieve the look, and therefore many Korean celebrities can be seen with it. Not every one, however, they agrees with the greatness of aegyo sal; some believe that it makes your eyes look smaller, it makes you look tired, or that it is unattractive.