“Wednesday” Actress Emma Myers Is A Huge K-Pop Fan — You Probably Stan Some Of The Same Groups

“Following the whole K-Pop industry on Instagram.”

Actress Emma Myers is currently gaining notoriety for her role in the recent Netflix series Wednesday.

Wednesday is an American coming of age supernatural comedy horror television series based upon the character Wednesday Addams from The Addams Family…

After being expelled from high school, Wednesday Addams enrolls at Nevermore Academy, a school for monstrous misfits once attended by her parents, Gomez and Morticia. Struggling to fit in with her contemporaries and coming to grips with her psychic abilities, Wednesday becomes witness to several murders committed by a strange monster, which she decides to investigate.

— Wikipedia

Poster for Wednesday | Netflix

In the show, Emma Myers plays the role of Enid, Wednesday’s upbeat werewolf roommate.

Emma Myers as Enid Sinclair and Jenna Ortega as Wednesday Addams in Wednesday | Netflix

In a recent interview with Teen Vogue, Emma Myers revealed that she’s active in a lot of fandoms, including K-Pop where she follows multiple groups.

One of the actress’ favorite groups is SEVENTEEN, who she has been a fan of “for just over five years.”

SEVENTEEN | @pledis_17jp/Twitter

Not only does Emma Myers have a fan-made sticker of Mingyu on her phone case, which she’s kept since attending SEVENTEEN’s Newark concert in 2020, but she’s also a Jeonghan bias and recently attended the group’s Be The Sun concert in Atlanta.

SEVENTEEN’s Mingyu | @min9yu_k/Instagram
SEVENTEEN’s Jeonghan | @jeonghaniyoo_n/Instagram

The actress shared that she got into SEVENTEEN through a viral vine of SEVENTEEN’s iconic song “VERY NICE.”

The actress also shared her love for LE SSERAFIM, excitedly telling Teen Vogue that “she’s had LE SSERAFIM’s ‘ANTIFRAGILE’ on repeat all week.”

LE SSERAFIM | @le_sserafim/Twitter

And K-Pop fans quickly discovered that the actress follows many more K-Pop artists on Instagram, including ASTRO, ATEEZ, BTS, GOT7, Kim Sejeong, NCT, SHINee, STAYC, Stray Kids, TWICE, and TXT.

The talented actress is definitely an all-too-relatable K-Pop fan.

Source: Teen Vogue

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