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South Korean Surgeon Corrects 'God's Mistakes' By Changing Human Genitals

He's a specialist in changing sexualities for both men and women – against God's will!

He cuts off penises and constructs vaginas – he's the "Father of South Korean transgender people"

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Dr. Kim Seok-Kwun is a plastic surgeon at Dong-A University Hospital in the southeastern port city of Busan and specializes in fixing facial deformities. He began doing sex change operations in 1986 after several men wearing women's clothing visited him separately and asked him to construct vaginas for them. The first visitor had already had his penis removed, according to Kim.

"I've decided to defy God's will," Kim, 61, said in an interview before a monk's recent successful surgery to become a man.

"At first, I agonized over whether I should do these operations because I wondered if I was defying God. I was overcome with a sense of shame. But my patients desperately wanted these surgeries. Without them, they'd kill themselves."

So Dr. Kim has so far conducted about 320 sex change operations over the last 28 years, widely believed to be the most by any single doctor in the country.

When he began operation in the 1980s, his pastor reportedly objected and most of his friends told him he would go to hell for doing so. Now a Buddhist Monk just got himself transformed into a man thanks to Kim. He was born a female!

The monk underwent 11 hours of surgery and did not want to be interviewed for fear of offending Buddhist believers at his temple. The doctor said the monk has been taking hormone therapy and has been living as a woman for a long time.

"Some people are born without genitals or with cleft lips or with no ears or with their fingers stuck together. Why does God create people like this? Aren't these God's mistakes?" Kim said. "And isn't a mismatched sexual identity a mistake, too?"

Reverend HongJae Chul, president of the Seoul-based Christian Council of Korea goes against Dr. Kim's job saying,

Sex change operations "are a blasphemy against God and make the world a more miserable place". He called Kim's remarks "cursed and deplorable."

Guys please what do you think of this entire thing? Is Kim doing the right thing by correcting, 'God's Mistakes' or is he 'blaspheming' against God?

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