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Rediscovering My Roots: A Hair Transplant Journey in Korea

I keep chnging my mind on whether I want to try and grow out my hair or not. I had shaved it again, but am now a few weeks into a growth period. It’s a tough decision because from the front it looks pretty great. However, as mentioned, the crown area is still thin enough to be noticeable. Also, I realized I haven’t really been posting up-close pics of the crown area from the BACK. I have been snapping shots from the top, but different angles seem to give a different “feel” for the condition. Thus, this posting I have included a pic focusing on that area from a new angle. Perhaps if I grow my hair out long enough, it will actually be less noticeable. I’ll let it go a bit longer and keep you updated as usual!


Week 27
 
 
Taking out periodic trip to the local wholesaler to load up on goodies.
 
 
More selfies with the children while playing around at home.
 

I cut my hair right before starting work again. It grows fast and looks quite a bit longer by the end of the week 28 pictures!
 


Pic 1: Back-to-work office pic. It was a great vacation, but work must be done (for a bit)!
Pic 2: My usual TOP shot of the crown area. You can somewhat see the thinner areas.
Pic 3: I think this shot gives a more comprehensive view of the crown. It's easy to see the transplanted hairs and some general regrowth, but my areas of concern are visible as well.
 

Pajama candids with my kids. It's so strange not spending most of the day with them since going back to work.
 
 
Week 28
 
 
Just playing around after finishing the work week.
 


 
Pic 1: "Sleeping" selfie, again. I make it look so real...
Pic 2: Spending quality time with the boy.
Pic 3: Spending quality time with the elevator.
Pic 4: Spending quality time with...well, you see the picture.
 


 
More great pics with the kiddos.
In pic 2, you can notice the crown area as well. If people only saw me from the front, it might not concern me, but people are everywhere - life comes at you from all angles, no?
 
 
I picked my daughter up after she finished her first day at a new school. She was excited to tell me about the day, and I was equally intrigued to hear about it.
 


 
Pics 1-2: Brushing up on my playing skills. I think I still have them. Kind of like riding a bike...
Pic 3: This is another top shot with my hair a little longer. It's definitely harder to notice the thin area from this angle, so snapping more from other angles in the future seems wise.
 
 
A cool shot with my son. Well, at least HE looks cool!
 
 











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