For similar reasons to China and Japan, ancient Koreans with pale skin were often told they looked noble. The process of applying makeup was also considered to be an act that should not be seen by others. Even when local models were used, the color of their skin remained, for the most part, pale. Some western media outlets like to report that this desire to have clear, white skin is a reflection on East Asians wanting to look more European. White skin has been considered to be desirable by Chinese women as far back as the Han Dynasty B. However, some believe that the spread of capitalism and western culture has further complicated this beauty standard by associating Caucasians and the global wealth and power of the U. This preference for white, blemish-free skin dates back all the way to the Gojoseon Era B. Start typing to see results or hit ESC to close china chinese asian asia japan. These beauty standards had an impact on food trends as well.
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