So, finally, I got two quite big #tattoos
on my arms. It is a huge deal for me. I wanted to have tattoo since teenage days, but I couldn’t because in #Korea
, it’s such a big #taboo
- it means you are a #gangster
or a #criminal
or a braindead futureless person. Now I moved my life to Sweden and can do this means a lot, it is a symbol that I can #bemyself
freely and don’t have to deal with disrepectable social prejudice/pressure. Now I’m going through some drama here - my parents hate it ofcourse and #Korean
people just saying rude stuffs to my face - of course they are talking about person’s appreance directly to your face, imagine when it’s tattoo that they are not even used to deal with. I do want to go to #Sweden
asap and being my self comfortably in every way (tattoo is just a metaphor), that is my home.
was my first #horror #movie
I watched, loved- it always will be.
Tattoo 2 - It’s a character from one of my scripts, but I wrote many horror stories about #highschoolgirl
who ends up killing people. For me, that image is my teenage days, it’s truly part of myself, that’s how I felt in teenage days, so meaningful to me. I have an angry high school girl who holds the knife and gun with a sad face inside of me. She always will be there 💕
And for the last, this tattoos are made by amazing amazing #tattooist @jodi.tattoo
. I’m endlessly grateful. You drew something that will last on my body until I die. And the quality is way beyond my expectations 🤗 You are the BEST!! 👍👍👍
#screamtattoo #horrortattoo #highschoolgirltattoo #asiangirltattoo #타투 #타투이스트 #문신 #스크림타투 #호러타투 #horrormania #horrorfan #horrorwriter