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JYJ’s fans make a mosaic pattern out of the proof shots they have taken at polling places

While many celebrities are uploading proof shots of them voting, JYJ’s fans collected their voting pictures and made a mosaic pattern.

It all began when JYJ’s Kim Jae Joong tweeted on April 9, “Guys, don’t forget to vote. I want to see the proof shots, please.”

On reading his tweet, many fans uploaded pictures which later became a mosaic pattern. Even at this very moment, many proof shots are being updated online. The number of votes is totaled every hour, and the number of proof shots is increasing geometrically.

Fans of JYJ are creating a stir with their proof shots. Last year in October, some fans inspired laughter by uploading a picture in which they are covering their faces with a CD of JYJ at the by-election of the Mayor of Seoul.

Netizens who saw the pictures comment: “JYJ’s fans and their proof shots are just amazing.” “Fans are going after their singers, I see.” “An appropriate fandom formed! They are the best.” “The more I see it, the funnier I find it. What an idea.”

Today, the 11th of April, the 19th general election will be conducted from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Each citizen is given two ballots: one for a candidate and the other for a party. Those who want to vote are required to bring an identification card such as a residential registered card or a passport.

You can check polling places on the National Election Commission, and if you know your registration number from the copy you have received, you can save time your time in checking your identity.

 

More celebrities are encouraging people to vote by uploading proof shots at the polling places.

 

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