According to numerous media outlets, these female K-pop idols are considered K-pop's "It Girls." Want to know who was chosen and why? Then keep on reading!
BLACKPINK Jennie, Red Velvet Joy, and More: These are the 3rd Generation Idols that are K-Pop's It Girls
The idol most often mentioned as K-pop's it girl is BLACKPINK member Jennie. Since her debut, Jennie has become a hot topic and is known for creative trends that go viral in Korea and worldwide. Everything that Jennie wears, from her hairstyle to her make-up style, has become headlines in South Korea, attracting the public's attention.
On Instagram, Jennie often shows off her fashionable side, and each of her posts attracts millions of likes. The "SOLO" songstress is famous for her hot body, surprisingly small waist, and great style. Due to her influence, Jennie has become the face of numerous brands, such as Chanel, Hera, and Chum Churum.
Another third-generation female idol that is often considered K-pop's it girl is MAMAMOO member Hwasa. This female idol is a famous case, as she is known to go against the traditional Korean beauty standard. She is renowned for her healthy tan skin, sexy thighs and is not afraid to wear rebellious outfits.
Hwasa has become the symbol of a confident, independent woman thanks to her bold image. Due to her influence, the idol has posted photos on her Instagram promoting Gucci, Burberry, Fendi, and more luxury brands.
The final third generation idol mentioned is Red Velvet member Joy. While all the members of Red Velvet possess top-tier visuals, Joy has received love thanks to her fresh and fruity beauty, as well as for her sexy physique. The idol has caused a fever on social media networks by wearing tight skirts and showing off her beautiful eyes.
Joy's aura is bright, and her personality is kind, so she is loved by both fans and non-fans. Due to her diverse, feminine fashion style, top-notch visuals, and a significant influence on social net worth, Joy has become the brand ambassador for TODS and the face of Espoir Cosmetics.
Jang Wonyoung and aespa Karina: These are the 4th Generation Idols that are K-pop's It Girls
Though she is only 16 years old, Jang Wonyoung has become an icon thanks to her sweet beauty and her impressive height. Debuting as the center of IZ*ONE, Jang Wonyoung has garnered her own fan base, become a representative of the fourth generation of K-pop.
Following IZ*ONE's disbandment, Jang Wonyoung opened her Instagram account and showed off a more luxurious and trendy image. She has become Miu Miu's muse and the brand ambassador for Innisfree. She has also collaborated with Chaumet. As she is expected to debut in Starship Entertainment's new girl group, it is expected that her influence will explode even more.
Another fourth-generation idol mentioned is aespa member Karina. Though it has been less than a year since her debut, she is already a famous face in K-pop. Since her debut, she does not have a personal account and has not embarked on any solo activities, but she is already known for her huge influence. She is expected to become a trendsetter in the coming years.
Karina has gained attention for her stunning proportions, tiny waist, full bust, and trendy aura. She often appears at the top of online community forums every time she uploads a new photo. She is considered a worthy successor to SM Entertainment's legendary visual idols, like Red Velvet's Irene and Girls' Generation's Yoona.
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Written by Alexa Lewis