Indonesian Embassy Fetes Korean Singers for Building Bridges

Tae Jin-ah (right) poses with Indonesian Ambassador to Korea John Prasetio in front of the Indonesian Embassy in Seoul on Monday. /Courtesy of Jinah Entertainment Tae Jin-ah (right) poses with Indonesian Ambassador to Korea John Prasetio in front of the Indonesian Embassy in Seoul on Monday. /Courtesy of Jinah Entertainment

A large banner featuring the image of singers Tae Jin-ah and his son Eru was hung up outside the Indonesian Embassy in Yeouido, Seoul on Monday.

The embassy made the banner with a message "Towards Enduring Friendship Indonesia-Korea" in recognition of their contribution to increased cultural exchanges between the two countries.

It will stay in place for a year. Eru has enjoyed huge popularity in Indonesia since he debuted there in 2012.

Tae has been busy supporting his son's activities there as both his father and the CEO of their entertainment agency.

englishnews@chosun.com / Feb. 26, 2014 10:38 KST