MySejahtera Is Secretly A K-Pop Fan After Showing Its True Colours With 'Im Yoona' Mention
Nowadays, you throw a rock anywhere and you are likely to hit a K-pop fan.
This time, the entity that gets hit with the rock is... MySejahtera. And the retired national contact tracing app is suspected to be a Girls' Generation fan!
Or more specifically, MySejahtera is a fan of Im Yoona.
In a Twitter post yesterday, 5 September, MySejahtera introduced its latest feature that allows parents to keep vaccination certs of their children
There is nothing out of ordinary in the poster that shows Hepatitis B (Hep B), bacille Calmette-Guerin (BCG), and DTap-Hib-HepB-IPV vaccination certificates...
... except for the name of the vaccine recipient.
The name of the 'child' is called 'Baby of Im Yoona'!
Thousands of Malaysians were bewildered by the mention of the name of the Girls' Generation member, while many were amused by the Easter egg
MySejahtera's cheeky fictional name made 'Baby of Im Yoona' trend on Twitter today, 6 September.
A netizen was crying happy tears when they saw MySejahtera's tweet, saying, "Yoona, you will always be famous."
One Sone — the fandom name of Girls' Generation, also known as So Nyeo Shi Dae (SNSD) — said that Yoona's star power was so strong that even a government body cannot escape her grasp.
"The admin must be a Sone," one netizen remarked.
Yoona is the second youngest member of SNSD, an eight-member girl group that debuted in 2007
SNSD is known to be the biggest girl group in the golden age of K-pop, with their hit songs such as Gee and I Got A Boy.
Before going on a five-year hiatus in 2017, the girl group set many records, such as hitting over 97 million recorded sales and becoming then best-selling Asian girl group of all time, reported Allkpop.
SNSD has also won countless awards to the extent that they won a Guinness World Record in 2018 for receiving more prizes in a single awards show as a girl group.
They recently made a comeback with a song called Forever 1, which has raked in over 36 million views on YouTube in a month.
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