Grace Neutral Will Blow Minds.

So, came across this very cool video from LikeCool about Grace Neutral going into Korea’s underground tattoo culture to find out why tattoo’s are illegal in Korea (no I didn’t know that either… apparently you can give tattoos only if you are a doctor.)

After seeing this I had to know more about Grace Neutral. Specifically I wanted to know what the hell was going on with her eyes. 12 shots of ink to the whites of her eyes is what is going on, along with a split tongue, pointed ears, and decorative face scaring. Grace is a very dedicated and intreguing person to say the least. We salut you.

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