Some countries have such close connections to female idols that they are welcomed by a whole nation.
Sakura (LE SSERAFIM) is a famous female idol who gained popularity early on in Japan. She was a member of the group HKT48 and concurrently AKB48. Thanks to her attractive appearance, Sakura was favored by her company and was granted opportunities to work in many fields such as theater and film acting, streaming and appearing on variety shows.
Famous before entering the K-pop scene, Sakura has a huge fan base in Japan. After 2 debuts in Japan and Korea, the female idol has built up a reputation and is actively supported by her fans.
For Jennie (BLACKPINK), her career has always been on the rise. As the idol becomes more involved in fashion, she is ever more connected to Paris, becoming the focus of attention with unique and impressive outfits at well-known prestigious events. Moreover, the idol is more comfortable expressing herself and wearing bold outfits.
Lisa (BLACKPINK) is often considered the pride of Thailand, seen in every occasion of her warm homecoming. When that happens, every corner of Thailand hangs up pictures of the female idol. For Thai audiences, she is a “treasure.”
In Korea, Wonyoung (IVE) is often loved by the public for her princess-like beauty and a slim body. Her gorgeousness left the audience breathless. Despite her many controversies, Wonyoung is often sought-after by Korean brands.
As one of the few Vietnamese-born female idols to make it big in Korea, Hanni (NewJeans) attracted a lot of attention from the audience. Many people believe that if she has the opportunity to return to Vietnam, Hannie will also be welcomed by the public and generate a sensation.