Kwon Min-ah Internet users who say Japanese tattoos are uncomfortable have no prejudice in certain countries.
Kwon Min-ah, a former member of AOA, expressed her thoughts on some negative reactions to Japanese tattoos.
Kwon Min-ah posted a photo of her tattoo on her Instagram on the 12th. Among them, some Internet users sent negative opinions on the sentences in Japanese, which led to a heated debate.
In response, Kwon Min-ah stressed that tattoo expression is an individual’s freedom, saying, “I have no prejudice in any country, such as No Japan, No China, etc.”
Kwon Min-ah said, “And I appreciate and like people who support me in Korea, in close countries, and in many countries, I can’t reveal all the tattoos, but I just wanted to show blue roses and engraved them in many languages, including Japanese, English cursive, and Chinese characters.”
“This is the proudest thing about our country, and I think there are many things to learn about each country’s personality and mind while loving it the most. It may be inconvenient depending on who is watching, but I’m sorry to say that you want me to resemble your mind and hope the same, but I think it’s your freedom. Please understand that 여성전용마사지
Next up is Kwon Min-ah’s writing.
Poison, gain, and miracle.
I’m not prejudiced in any country, no Japan, no China. And those who support me from Korea, near country, far away country…As a person who lives with support from many countries, I appreciate and like everyone! There are some parts where I can’t reveal all the tattoos, but I just wanted to show the blue roses, and I engraved them in Japanese, English cursive writing, Chinese characters, and so on. I am proud of our country, love it, and I think there are many things to learn about each country’s personality and mind. It may be inconvenient for some of you, but it’s not like you want me to resemble your mind and wish the same.I’m sorry, but I think it’s up to you. Please understand 🙏🏻)