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[Photo] Infinite, Soyou & JunggiGo, A-Jax and More Attend ′Oblivion Exhibition′

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2014.12.04 18:03 Newsen Jung Yoo Jin

Infinite′s Sung Yeol, Woo Hyun and Sung Jong suit up for the exhibition


Infinite, SISTAR’s Soyou, JunggiGo, A-Jax, Lovelyz and more attended the opening ceremony of artist Yoo Jin Sook’s Oblivion Exhibition on December 4 in Gong Geun Hye Gallery, Samcheong-dong.

Oblivion Exhibition’s Yoo Jin Sook is the only female artist in Korea who works with coal briquette ashes in her artworks. A part of the proceeds from the exhibition will be donated to children’s foundation.

Photo credit: Newsen


The Infinite members all make different gestures


Infinite, SISTAR’s Soyou, JunggiGo, A-Jax, Lovelyz and more attended the opening ceremony of artist Yoo Jin Sook’s Oblivion Exhibition on December 4 in Gong Geun Hye Gallery, Samcheong-dong.

Oblivion Exhibition’s Yoo Jin Sook is the only female artist in Korea who works with coal briquette ashes in her artworks. A part of the proceeds from the exhibition will be donated to children’s foundation.

Photo credit: Newsen


Sung Jong finds this piece particularly interesting


Infinite, SISTAR’s Soyou, JunggiGo, A-Jax, Lovelyz and more attended the opening ceremony of artist Yoo Jin Sook’s Oblivion Exhibition on December 4 in Gong Geun Hye Gallery, Samcheong-dong.

Oblivion Exhibition’s Yoo Jin Sook is the only female artist in Korea who works with coal briquette ashes in her artworks. A part of the proceeds from the exhibition will be donated to children’s foundation.

Photo credit: Newsen


Woo Hyun poses next to his personal favorite


Infinite, SISTAR’s Soyou, JunggiGo, A-Jax, Lovelyz and more attended the opening ceremony of artist Yoo Jin Sook’s Oblivion Exhibition on December 4 in Gong Geun Hye Gallery, Samcheong-dong.

Oblivion Exhibition’s Yoo Jin Sook is the only female artist in Korea who works with coal briquette ashes in her artworks. A part of the proceeds from the exhibition will be donated to children’s foundation.

Photo credit: Newsen



SISTAR′s Soyou makes appearance in a stylish red hat


Infinite, SISTAR’s Soyou, JunggiGo, A-Jax, Lovelyz and more attended the opening ceremony of artist Yoo Jin Sook’s Oblivion Exhibition on December 4 in Gong Geun Hye Gallery, Samcheong-dong.

Oblivion Exhibition’s Yoo Jin Sook is the only female artist in Korea who works with coal briquette ashes in her artworks. A part of the proceeds from the exhibition will be donated to children’s foundation.

Photo credit: Newsen



Soyou poses adorably for the picture


Infinite, SISTAR’s Soyou, JunggiGo, A-Jax, Lovelyz and more attended the opening ceremony of artist Yoo Jin Sook’s Oblivion Exhibition on December 4 in Gong Geun Hye Gallery, Samcheong-dong.

Oblivion Exhibition’s Yoo Jin Sook is the only female artist in Korea who works with coal briquette ashes in her artworks. A part of the proceeds from the exhibition will be donated to children’s foundation.

Photo credit: Newsen



Soyou is joined by her partner in music, JunggiGo


Infinite, SISTAR’s Soyou, JunggiGo, A-Jax, Lovelyz and more attended the opening ceremony of artist Yoo Jin Sook’s Oblivion Exhibition on December 4 in Gong Geun Hye Gallery, Samcheong-dong.

Oblivion Exhibition’s Yoo Jin Sook is the only female artist in Korea who works with coal briquette ashes in her artworks. A part of the proceeds from the exhibition will be donated to children’s foundation.

Photo credit: Newsen



They look like a cute couple today


Infinite, SISTAR’s Soyou, JunggiGo, A-Jax, Lovelyz and more attended the opening ceremony of artist Yoo Jin Sook’s Oblivion Exhibition on December 4 in Gong Geun Hye Gallery, Samcheong-dong.

Oblivion Exhibition’s Yoo Jin Sook is the only female artist in Korea who works with coal briquette ashes in her artworks. A part of the proceeds from the exhibition will be donated to children’s foundation.

Photo credit: Newsen



Soyou holds up the exhibition pamphlet


Infinite, SISTAR’s Soyou, JunggiGo, A-Jax, Lovelyz and more attended the opening ceremony of artist Yoo Jin Sook’s Oblivion Exhibition on December 4 in Gong Geun Hye Gallery, Samcheong-dong.

Oblivion Exhibition’s Yoo Jin Sook is the only female artist in Korea who works with coal briquette ashes in her artworks. A part of the proceeds from the exhibition will be donated to children’s foundation.

Photo credit: Newsen



The A-Jax members also fill the room with their presence


Infinite, SISTAR’s Soyou, JunggiGo, A-Jax, Lovelyz and more attended the opening ceremony of artist Yoo Jin Sook’s Oblivion Exhibition on December 4 in Gong Geun Hye Gallery, Samcheong-dong.

Oblivion Exhibition’s Yoo Jin Sook is the only female artist in Korea who works with coal briquette ashes in her artworks. A part of the proceeds from the exhibition will be donated to children’s foundation.

Photo credit: Newsen



Lovelyz join the senior artists in supporting a good cause


Infinite, SISTAR’s Soyou, JunggiGo, A-Jax, Lovelyz and more attended the opening ceremony of artist Yoo Jin Sook’s Oblivion Exhibition on December 4 in Gong Geun Hye Gallery, Samcheong-dong.

Oblivion Exhibition’s Yoo Jin Sook is the only female artist in Korea who works with coal briquette ashes in her artworks. A part of the proceeds from the exhibition will be donated to children’s foundation.

Photo credit: Newsen



Lovelyz look lovely today in their school looks


Infinite, SISTAR’s Soyou, JunggiGo, A-Jax, Lovelyz and more attended the opening ceremony of artist Yoo Jin Sook’s Oblivion Exhibition on December 4 in Gong Geun Hye Gallery, Samcheong-dong.

Oblivion Exhibition’s Yoo Jin Sook is the only female artist in Korea who works with coal briquette ashes in her artworks. A part of the proceeds from the exhibition will be donated to children’s foundation.

Photo credit: Newsen


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