These 15 K-Pop Idols Have The Most Unique And Recognizable Traits, According To Fans

And they’re all drop-dead gorgeous!

K-Pop idols are known for their good looks and gorgeous features, but some have features that are more recognizable than most. Whether they’re unique-shaped eyes, especially full lips, unusual face shapes, or otherwise, all of these idols on this list have features that fans on a forum determined were unique and recognizable. These are the 15 top choices, and what makes each of them interesting and recognizable!

1. MJ (ASTRO)

MJ’s overall features are really recognizable, especially his full lips and soft, kind eyes.

2. Olivia Hye (LOONA)

Olivia has unique-shaped lips as well as interestingly sharp, fierce-looking eyes.

3. Yeji (ITZY)

Her sharp cat-like eyes are incredibly cool and unique!

4. Hwasa (MAMAMOO)

Hwasa has a very strong, recognizable jaw and face-shape, but she’s also known for her gorgeous thick thighs and tan skin!

5. YooA (OH MY GIRL)

This cute, petite idol has the most full, voluptuous lips!

6. Sunmi

Sunmi has the most adorable puppy eyes that really make her stand out.

7. Chungha

Chungha has a pretty, unique heart-shaped face and nice full lips!

8. Tzuyu (TWICE)

Tzuyu has big, beautiful eyes that anyone could get lost in.

9. Jimin (BTS)

Jimin is definitely one of the male idols with the most beautiful, full set of lips!

10. Irene (Red Velvet)

Irene has ridiculously symmetrical features, which is one reason why she’s known as one of the most beautiful female idols.

11. Soobin (TXT)

Soobin’s lips are really unique, almost giving him a cute sort of cat-like mouth.

12. Felix (Stray Kids)

His freckles! It’s a rare trait for an idol to have, and he has a lot.

13. Jisoo (BLACKPINK)

Jisoo has unique heart-shaped lips that really set her apart!

14. Hongjoong (ATEEZ)

This rapper’s features give him a near-permanent mischievous look, which is quite endearing.

15. Nayeon (TWICE)

Everyone knows that Nayeon has the cutest bunny-like smile out there!

Source: Forum
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