Article: Sojin, "Only 8 girls out of 1,000 men in my mechanical engineering department... I was treated well"
Source: X Sports News via Nate
1. [+481, -200] I'm a mechanical engineering major too and after seeing Sojin's past photos from her college days, she did not have the type of face that was "treated well"... even us engineering majors have standards too
2. [+416, -187] Ehhh~ that was before you got plastic surgery... even if they're engineering majors, I don't think their standards were that low
3. [+295, -20] There are more women in math departments than engineering departments
4. [+153, -21] She got into Hanyang but had to go to Youngnam because she couldn't afford it, she's actually smart
5. [+139, -4] But if there are only 8 girls out of 1,000 guys, I can see how they'd be treated special no matter how average they looked ㅋㅋㅋ
6. [+25, -16] Don't talk about engineering majors as if they don't have standards...
7. [+25, -25] Whether there were a thousand or a hundred thousand more men, her face wasn't the type to be treated any more special...
8. [+21, -23] After seeing her pre-surgery photos.. ㅋㅋㅋㅋ I don't know about that...
1. [+4,298, -325] But Sojin did not have these looks back then in college...
2. [+1,817, -46] She really was the princess of the department or they just treated her like a fellow brother, one or the other
3. [+450, -23] I'm really not kidding when I say that most women in engineering majors will get treated well/special by the other guys as long as you're not super ugly. Seniors will look out for you. I know a girl in an engineering major and her looks are below average... not like ugly but just whatever. Her seniors adored her though and she keeps in contact with her classmates even after they get discharged from the army and stuff. Unfortunately, all of this led her to mistakenly believe that she's really pretty and popular before she faced reality upon graduation...
4. [+210, -12] One of 8 girls out of 1,000 guys ㅋㅋ I do believe she must've been adored
5. [+160, -9] The proportion of females in engineering majors has gone up.. to about 20% now I believe