Julia Rooney I have never been a fan of wearing glasses and contacts always made my eyes really dry and uncomfortable, although I have not been wearing glasses long, for me 10 or so years was long enough. I had been thinking about getting eye surgery for a few years, but I had many concerns and I'm not one for any kind of pain. When I moved to Korea to teach English I never thought I would one day end up getting Lasek eye surgery here. I had talked to many Korean friends and some co-teachers who had mentioned they had it done or who knew people who had it done and said they had no problems and recommended I do it. After, about 2 years here I decided I would look into it, so after a recommendation from another foreign teacher friend who said to try Dream Eye Center, I booked a consultation appointment. I was very very impressed with the optometrist, Mun Joo Kim, and the medical director, Choong Ki Jung who were very kind, thorough and trustworthy and spoke great English. After, I was told my options and the pros and cons I chose to go with Lasek, which is more expensive and painful, but better in the long run. So, I booked an appointment for 2 months later in June and got the surgery. The staff was very gentle, kind and comforting during the entire surgery process. For me, the recovery process was painful. The first 2-3 days were the worst, but every day after that the pain subsiding and seeing clear became better and better. It has now been one month since I've gotten the surgery and I couldn't be happier. It was worth every penny and the pain I endured while recovering. I would recommend Dream Eye Center to any foreigner or Korean alike who is considering having eye surgery, you won't regret it. Thank you to all the staff at Dream Eye Center for making my eye surgery a wonderful experience. You have all made getting eye surgery a more pleasant experience than I ever could have imagined. Thank You!