Connie Li It's been a month since I had my surgery and I think that LASEK was a great investment. I think it's worth it because I would probably spend the same amount of money (maybe even more) on buying glasses and contact lenses if I didn't get the surgery. The staff at Dream Eye Center has been really helpful. They made sure I understood the procedures and the possible risks involved before the surgery. They answered all of my questions in detail. The surgery itself was quite simple. Everything was done within minutes. It didn't hurt. It just felt uncomfortable. The worst part of the procedure was days 3 and 4 after the surgery. It was kind of painful and vision was quite blurry. But luckily, the pain wasn't constant. Every five minutes or so, I would experience a sharp pain for 1 or 2 seconds, and then it would go away. But after days 3 and 4, things started to improve drastically. Vision wasn't as blurry anymore and the pain started to go away. By my two-weeks-after-surgery-check-up, the optometrist said that I have 20/20 vision. However, I still find my vision a little bit blurry. But it's due to the dryness. I'm sure it will get better as time goes by. If you're planning to get LASEK, I highly recommend doing it in Korea, at Dream Eye Center. Compared to other countries, I think they have better technology, a cheaper price, and more experienced doctors. It's worth it.