Top 12 Most Hottest Kpop Female Idols of All Time in 2023
Here’s the list of the Top 12 Most Hottest Kpop Female Idols of All Time in 2023.
1. BLACKPINK Jennie
Kim Jennie is a South Korean pop singer who is a member of the girl group BLACKPINK. Jennie studied in New Zealand before joining YG in 2010. She gained to stardom after starring on artist G-song Dragon’s video ‘That XX’ and was also included on his track ‘Black’. She made her debut with the girl group BLACKPINK in 2016. Jennie made her solo debut with the song “SOLO” on November 12, 2018.
Jennie participated in the March edition of Vogue Korea’s photoshoot in 2021. According to the magazine, this was Jennie’s first photoshoot other than posing in front of the camera, and it served as her debut as a fashion editor.
2. BLACKPINK Lisa
“Lisa” Lalisa Manobal, born Pranpriya Manobal, is a South Korean rapper, singer, and dancer. She is the lone Thai member of YG Entertainment’s South Korean girl group Blackpink, hailing from Buri Ram, Thailand.
Lisa began taking dance lessons at the age of four and competed in dancing competitions on a regular basis throughout her youth. Lisa was the only person to pass the YG Thailand auditions in 2010, having previously been a member of the dance team We Zaa Cool alongside GOT7’s BamBam. She travelled to Korea when she was fourteen years old to pursue her passion.
Lisa made her debut as one of four members of Blackpink in August 2016, making her the agency’s first non-Korean debutant.
3. TWICE Momo
Hirai Momo, better known as Momo, is a Japanese singer and dancer who is a member of JYP Entertainment’s girl group TWICE. She was born in Kytanabe, Kyoto Prefecture, and began dancing alongside her older sister, Hana, at the age of three. JYP Entertainment first saw Momo and her siblings in an internet video in 2012. Both were invited to audition, but only Momo was chosen, causing her to go to South Korea in April 2012.
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4. Red Velvet Joy
Park Soo Young, better known as Joy, is a South Korean singer and actress who is a member of the K-pop group Red Velvet. In 2012, she auditioned for and was cast by S.M. Entertainment at the S.M. Global Audition in Seoul. In February 2015, she graduated from the School of Performing Arts Seoul.
Joy earned public attention in 2015 when she appeared on the fourth season of the reality programme “We Got Married,” when she was partnered with BTOB singer Yook Sung Jae. The two were named Best Couple at the MBC Entertainment Awards, while Joy was named New Star of the Year in 2015.
5. Red Velvet Seulgi
Kang Seul Gi is a singer and dancer from South Korea. She is a member of the Red Velvet girl group from South Korea. In 2007, Seulgi began his training at SM Entertainment. She was one of the first three trainees unveiled to the public on December 2, 2013, as part of SM Entertainment’s pre-debut initiative, SM Rookies, alongside now-NCT members Jeno and Taeyong. Seulgi made her formal debut as a member of Red Velvet on August 1, 2014.
Seulgi debuted as a Red Velvet sub-unit alongside member Irene in 2020.
6. ITZY Yuna
Shin Yuna is a member of ITZY, a new female group under JYP Entertainment. She spent three years training. She appears in the Highlight Reels of BTS. Yuna is a student at Hanlim Multi Art School, where she studies Practical Dance. Yuna finished middle school in December 2018.
7. AOA’s Seolhyun
On July 30, 2012, she made her debut as a member of the girl group AOA. She was cast as Seo Eun Soo in the KBS2 drama “My Daughter Seoyoung” the following year. She was cast as Gong Na Ri in the daily SBS drama “Ugly Alert” the following year.
In 2014, she was cast and began filming for her big screen debut in “Gangnam 1970” (also known as Gangnam Blues), as Kang Seon Hye, the protagonist Kim Jong Dae’s sister, played by Lee Min Ho. She beat out 500 other applicants for the post. The film premiered in January of 2015.
8. IZ*ONE Eunbi
Eunbi is a former member of the Japanese-Korean idol group IZ*ONE and a South Korean singer. She was born in the Seoul neighbourhood of Siheung-Dong, Geumcheon-Gu. She was also a part of the K-POP group Ye-A, where she performed under the stage name Kazoo. She took part in the reality show Produce 48. She finished seventh in the reality competition and joined the female group IZ*ONE. She was IZ*ONE’s leader.
On April 29, 2021, IZ*ONE was formally abolished.
9. MAMAMOO Solar
Kim Yong Seon, also known as Solar, is a member of the South Korean girl group MAMAMOO. Solar released her first solo song, “Spit it Out,” on April 23rd, 2020. She has a YouTube channel. She released her debut mini album, Face, and its first song, “Honey,” on March 16, 2022.
10. Wonder Girl Sunmi
Sunmi is the stage name of Lee Sun Mi, a South Korean singer. She made her debut as a member of the South Korean girl group Wonder Girls in 2007, however she quit the group in January 2010 to pursue her academic career. Sunmi returned to the music arena as a soloist in August 2013 with her debut digital single, “24 Hours,” after a three-year absence.
After a two-year sabbatical, Wonder Girls returned to the music arena in 2015 with a new band formation, and Sunmi was reported to be re-joining the group after her departure in 2010. After she and Yeeun opted not to extend their contracts with JYP Entertainment, the group split in 2017.
11. G-Idle Soojin
Soojin is a singer from South Korea. She was a member of the South Korean girl group (G)I-DLE until August 14, 2021. People uploaded messages online in February 2021 saying that Soojin had harassed other kids at school. Despite her and Cube Entertainment’s denials, actor Seo Shin Ae ultimately came out and said that Soojin had bullied her while they were students.
Cube Entertainment terminated Soojin’s contract on March 5, 2022, after police investigations determined that the accusers were not guilty of disseminating false information.
12. MOMOLAND Nancy
Nancy Jewel McDonie is a South Korean-born American member of the South Korean girl group Momoland. Nancy’s father is Korean, while her mother is American. She was born in Daegu, South Korea, although she was reared in the United States before returning to South Korea for high school. She and her buddies were known as Cutiepies when they auditioned for Korea’s Got Talent. She has also appeared on variety of shows such as Tooniverse Makirae Show. She later appeared in the 2016 reality programme FINDING MOMOLAND. She trained for six years, making her the group’s youngest member with the greatest experience.