"making attendance by eyes" means "눈도장" in Korean.

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눈도장
 
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Pronunciation nun-tto-jang
meaning making attendance by eyes
"making attendance by eyes" is "눈도장"(nun-tto-jang) in Korean.
The 눈도장 (Nuntojan), 눈 (Nun, eye) + 도장 (Tojan, seal) of the compound word. Mean that from the fact that "seal pressing the eye", to inform their presence in the other party, to appeal to their own. It is often used to represent that you act like get in eyes to coach in sports system and entertainment system.
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