Men normally exhibit their affection to their other halves by shopping for them flowers, complimenting them or showering them with items, however one Vietnamese man determined to exhibit his love for his fiancee in a slightly uncommon method – by tattoing a big portrait of her on his again.

22-year-old Truong Van Lam allegedly spent practically 24 hours having his girlfriend’s portrait inked on his again, in three separate periods. The first one, which lasted eight hours, was in November of final 12 months, and sine then he went below the needle two extra occasions, one for over six hours, and the different 9 hours. The result’s a everlasting portrait of his 20-year-old girlfriend, Luong Kha Tran, a tattooed model of {a photograph} of her.

Man Goes Under the Needle for 24 Hours to Have Giant Portrait of His Fiancee Tattooed on His Back - EpicNews

Upon seeing herself immortalized on her future husband’s again, Luong Kha Tran was shocked at first, however the shock finally turned to happiness. After all, this wasn’t Truong Van Lam’s first tattoo associated to her. He additionally has her identify and beginning date tattooed on his chest, in addition to two crowns with each their initials, on his wrists. Still, the portrait is on one other stage, no less than in measurement.

Man Goes Under the Needle for 24 Hours to Have Giant Portrait of His Fiancee Tattooed on His Back - EpicNews

The photograph of Truong Van Lam’s new tattoo has been doing the rounds on Vietnamese social media, and the suggestions has been principally damaging, with most individuals laughing at the 22-year-old, and saying he’ll remorse it when he and his fiancee break up. He doesn’t appear fazed in any respect, although.

Man Goes Under the Needle for 24 Hours to Have Giant Portrait of His Fiancee Tattooed on His Back - EpicNews

“Most of all, I did this because I love my wife very much and because I wanted to show her that I really want to be with her,” the young man said. “I have no regrets or second thoughts about this. Everyone has their own ways of expressing their feelings and thoughts, and as long as they do not affect other people, there’s no problem.”

Man Goes Under the Needle for 24 Hours to Have Giant Portrait of His Fiancee Tattooed on His Back - EpicNews

The younger couple plans to get married on May 2nd this 12 months, once they rejoice three years collectively.