The 6 K-Pop Female Idols Who Are The Queens Of 4th Generation Visuals, According To Korean Netizens

Fourth-generation idols are a true visual explosion!

When it comes to the world of K-Pop, it seems like there has been a spike in the popularity of fourth-generation girl groups. Whenever a new group debuts, they always up the expectations with their talent and presence on stage.

In particular, the groups gain attention for the visuals of the members. Recently, netizens looked at all female artists, and here are their choices for the idols that best represent the fourth generation of K-Pop.

1. Winter – aespa

When it comes to K-Pop visuals, Winter is always on people’s lists. No matter what she is wearing or the looks she is given, the idol always shines and is praised for her unbeatable visuals. Many have even compared her visuals to being like an actress one moment and being adorable the next.

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It isn’t surprising that whenever Winter gets on stage, she always goes viral for her dazzling visuals. More recently, Winter gained attention for her undeniable beauty during the Got The Beat “Step Back” performance at SMTOWN 2022.

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2. Minji – NewJeans

As the newest idol on the list, NewJeans’ Minji instantly caught the attention of netizens for her visuals. Even before she debuted, the idol was always beautiful, boasting youthful and innocent visuals that shine even without makeup.

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Even as the least experienced idol, Minji also shines on stage with her performances and truly captivates the audience. Even at a recent performance, crowds literally couldn’t hide their amazement when the camera panned onto Minji, showcasing her power.

3. Jang Wonyoung – IVE

Although Jang Wonyoung first debuted back in 2018 with IZ*ONE, she has definitely been put back into the spotlight after debuting with IVE. Known as the fourth-generation “IT” girl, Jang Wonyoung has always gained attention for her visuals that have matured over the years.

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Jang Wonyoung also shines with her personality. Whether she is helping her members or staff, her bright charisma and warmth has made netizens fall in love with her even more. When she’s on stage, she commands the attention of everyone watching with her visuals and elegance.

4. Sullyoon – NMIXX

Even before Sullyoon debuted in NMIXX, the idol was gaining attention as a “Monster Rookie” for basically being scouted by some of the biggest K-Pop companies. Along with her talent, Sullyoon’s visuals are always praised for looking like something out of a fairytale.

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When she is on stage, Sullyoon has an unrivaled elegance about her. No matter what people’s views are on NMIXX’s songs, Sullyoon always looks amazing on stage and manages to combine an immense stage presence with her own amazing talent.

5. Kazuha – LE SSERAFIM

When Kazuha was first introduced as a member of LE SSERAFIM, the first thing people noticed was the idol’s beautiful visuals. After the debut, everyone was so shocked by her visuals, even if they weren’t even a K-Pop fan and it isn’t hard to see why.

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As a former ballerina, it isn’t surprising that Kazuha is also praised for her amazing stage presence. After so much training, everything Kazuha does is the epitome of elegance and looks like it belongs in a museum. The term “beautiful” isn’t always just visuals, and Kazuha’s whole presence just embodies beauty.

6. Karina – aespa

When it comes to the visuals of aespa, it seems like any of the members could shine. Even though Winter is seen as the official visual of aespa, Karina has never stopped gaining attention for her almost CGI-like visuals. Whether she is on stage, on a schedule, or just chilling out, her visuals are flawless.

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In particular, with her sharp features and proportions, Karina always looks very regal when she’s on stage and performing. With her bright and bubbly personality, it seems like Karina is the true definition of an idol and shouldn’t be forgotten when it comes to visuals.

Source: Nate Pann