Drones have lit up the Sky of South Korean capital Seoul in a special showcase of coronavirus awareness and motivational messages.
Aljazeera reported that three hundred unnamed aerial vehicles were programmed to form the images on Saturday night above the Han River.
The 10-minute show further showered messages of gratitude to frontline health workers as well as South Korean citizens for the combined efforts in response to the coronavirus crisis.
The drones formed a heart shape with the text “THANKS TO YOU”.
The drones shuffled further to show two hands with water droplets to signify washing of hands, which has been named the most effective way to curb the spread of coronavirus.
The South Korean government said the event was not pre-advertised in consideration of the social distancing coronavirus rules.
South Korea has up to date recorded 13,137 cases of coronavirus and 284 deaths.