As part of a series of vlogs that ITZY has been uploading to their official YouTube channel showing each of the members going on dates with each other, Lia and Ryujin recently spent a calming afternoon going shopping and visiting a cafe.
Lia and Ryujin showed off their adorable friendship as they looked at different shops…
… Took photos in a photo booth…
… And were each other’s personal photographers.
And while eating together at a cafe, Lia and Ryujin talked about how comfortable they are with each other.
With how naturally the two get along, it’s hard to believe that their MBTI types are almost complete opposites.
Ryujin revealed that she recently retook the MBTI test, and while her results didn’t change, she is an INTJ.
INTJs are known as the “architect” type. One of the rarer personality types, INTJs tend to be extremely thoughtful in balancing creativity and rationality in their everyday life.
Meanwhile, Lia is an ENFJ.
ENFJs are known as the “protagonist” type. ENFJs are known for having strong opinions but always accepting others’ beliefs. They are also known for not only being extremely passionate but for also being incredibly reliable.
Lia even investigates the compatibility of INTJs and ENFJs since, although they seem to have such opposite personalities, they both agree that they’re extremely comfortable with one another.
Lia’s results reveal that they’re “like a roller coaster going up and down extremely quickly.”
Which Ryujin jokes is because they’re both often moody.
And the results also share that INTJs and ENFJs are likely to have conflicts with each other because of their drastically different approaches to life.
But Ryujin and Lia talk about how, although they do admit that they have differing opinions…
It’s easy to overcome them because they both know how the other thinks, so they don’t need to argue.
And the results also share that their love “is like how moths fly into fire.”
Which leaves both of them incredibly amused.
But clearly, Lia and Ryujin’s incredible ease with each other is representative of how, while MBTIs do help explain personalities, they aren’t the end-all-be-all for defining ourselves.
You can read more about ITZY and MBTIs here.