South Korean tattooists break the taboo of body art

Technically, only medical doctors are allowed to do tattooing. Mirae and Yo-Yo, two 25-year-old tattoo artists living and working in the capital, Seoul, are certainly not that.

Mirae is a part-time model with a keen interest in fashion; Yo-Yo used to work in clothes shops, before taking a working holiday to Australia, where she began to consider training as a tattoo artist.

Ed Sheeran left with 'Galway grill' after tattoo typo

The 26-year-old said he wanted to be inked with the name of his latest single but was pranked by Oscar-nominated actress Saoirse Ronan.

The pair filmed a music video for the track in Ireland last week.

"When we were filming it, I meant to get a tattoo of her handwriting saying Galway Girl," he told fans at his show in Glasgow on Sunday.

"It actually says Galway Grill. G-r-i-l-l."

Ed Sheeran said he was proud of who did it and said it was the kind of thing he'd do.

"Like, full on, she really took the [rip] out of me with this one."

Brooklyn Beckham's new tattoo divide fans

The 18-year-old had his first tattoo, a native American chief portrait, inked onto his arm by famous artist Mark Mahoney.

Brooklyn seemingly took inspiration from his dad David as he captioned one of the photos with "just like dads".

Fans took to the comments to point out that Brooklyn is not of native American descent and therefore shouldn't have had that particular design.

One user wrote: "Why do you even have a native American person in cultural clothing tattooed on your arm when you're British?

"Native Americans are not an aesthetic.

Brangelina:'spiritually binding' tattoos before split

The actress and her estranged husband are rumoured to have got the tattoos in Cambodia in February 2016 just a few months before they separated.

They were done using an ancient Thai handheld method.

But these aren't just any tattoos, the intricate designs done by ex-monk Ajarn Noo Kanpai are said to spiritually bind the pair as husband and wife.