NewJeans’ Hyein Goes Viral For Her Charismatic Childhood Photos

She was born to be a star!

NewJeans has taken the K-Pop industry by storm. The group consisting of members Hyein, Hanni, Danielle, Minji, and Haerin is one of the most in-demand girl groups in K-Pop at the moment.

As fans familiarize themselves with the members, members are often going viral for their interesting backgrounds, fierce looks, and their incredible abilities.

On September 15, NewJeans member Hyein’s childhood pictures went viral.

In a post on Korea’s largest online communities, a netizen marvels at how pretty Hyein was as a child. The post, which has garnered over 128K views as of this writing, shows a picture of the idol when she was in fourth grade.

Hyein’s childhood photo | Nate Pann

Netizens uploaded other photos of the idol when she was a child. Each picture shows the idol exuding otherworldly coolness and proves the idol was destined for the bright lights.

Hyein’s childhood photo | Nate Pann
Hyein’s childhood photo | Nate Pann

Netizens lauded the idol for her awe-inspiring visuals and for exuding major model vibes since being only a child.

  • “I can’t believe she’s only in 7th grade. Isn’t that when your face changes the most? But she’s so pretty.”
  • “Although she’s so young, her vibe is in a class of its own. I think once she is older, she’ll take over all the pictorials.”
  • “She looks like an actress, like Kim Min Hee.”
  • “Her look is so unique.”
  • “When NewJeans first came out, I thought they were all pretty. But when I watched their performances, I only had eyes for Hyein to the point I watched her solo cams. I don’t understand why she isn’t more popular, and I’m sure there will be a day when she lives up to her potential. Mark my words.”
  • “I think NewJeans is the first group since TVXQ that every member is a top visual.”

NewJeans debuted on August 1, 2022 under HYBE sub-label ADOR. The group debuted with a four-track EP including the singles “Attention,” “Hype Boy,” and “Cookie.” Check out the performance video for “Hype Boy” in the link below.

Source: Nate Pann