Pop singer Justin Bieber recently added a new tattoo to his already large collection. The singer looked proud of his new arm design as he stood next to the man responsible.
The work reportedly took place during a lengthy session in the recording studio on Monday, by famed tattooist Seunghyun Jo, who is based in Toronto.
The 20-year-old took in Twitter thanked him for the new tattoos, writing: 'Love!!!! @seunghyunjotattoos great job man'. Before adding: 'I love Korea', to caption his snap of his arm.
The new tattoo is thought to be a Korean mask and a stereo on his forearm.
The singer's arms are already heavily inked, with designs including a Magic 8 ball, a Japanese Kanji symbol for 'music' and a Koi fish.
Justin Bieber also has two religious symbols etched on his chest. And one of his inkings was made at 40,000 feet during a private flight to Canada.