BLACKPINK’s Lisa Chooses The Emojis That Best Represent Her Members… And Her Reasons Are Adorable
BLACKPINK‘s Lisa recently sat down for an interview with ELLE KOREA after shooting a pictorial for the magazine’s May issue.
Always an effortless model, Lisa showed off her charms as Celine‘s ambassador in the shoot.
Lisa truly left fans breathless and eagerly anticipating the magazine’s release.
And for ELLE KOREA‘s official YouTube channel, Lisa did an “Emoji interview,” answering a variety of questions by selecting various emojis she felt best represented her answers.
Some of Lisa’s answers revealed whether or not she prefers bangs, her favorite K-Drama of 2022, and details about her relationship with her members.
When the staff asked Lisa to pick an emoji that best represents each of her members, Lisa had to take her time thinking before she finally settled on three.
And Lisa couldn’t contain her laughter when she finally showed the camera the three emojis she had selected.
She first explained the emoji she selected for Rosé, the poop emoji.
According to Lisa, Rosé took Lisa’s phone and chose the poop emoji to go behind her name in Lisa’s contacts.
And on Rosé’s phone, Lisa’s contact name also includes the poop emoji.
Then Lisa explained that Jisoo is obviously the bunny emoji.
Especially since Jisoo is always calling herself a bunny.
Jisoo so embraces her bunny-like nature that Lisa even got her a carrot keyring as a birthday present.
Finally, Lisa explained that Jennie represents the lipstick kiss emoji to her.
Lisa explained that, like the emoji, Jennie “has this sexy vibe.”
And so, since Lisa is always telling Jennie that she is sexy, the lipstick kiss emoji was the only fitting one.
Then the staff asked Lisa to pick an emoji to describe herself, and Lisa was initially torn between two different emojis.
And although it was difficult to decide between them, ultimately, Lisa discarded the cat emoji to say that she was more like the chick emoji.
Lisa explained that the chick emoji most suits her because her “name is ‘Byungalisa,'” which she says means “chick” in Korean.
You can read more about Lisa’s “Emoji interview” here.
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