NMIXX‘s Haewon and Lily are helping fans get to know their rookie group better in their new series “PICK NMIXX.” In the recently uploaded first episode, Haewon and Lily went to each of their members and asked them what single word they would use to describe themselves.
Later, each member picked an anonymous member to interview, only going off of the words each member had chosen.
Haewon described herself as a “pumpkin.” She believes it suits her not only because she loves pumpkins but because “she speaks stubbornly.”
Lily chose “flower” for her word. Not simply because she often favors designs with a flower pattern, as her members suggest, but because her name, Lily, is a type of flower.
Jiwoo chose “bibimbap” as the word that best describes her, which shocked her members since she doesn’t like vegetables. But Jiwoo had a clever explanation, suggesting that even though she doesn’t like to eat vegetables individually, “they make great effect when they are all together.”
Jiwoo believes that this “synergy” is represented in all her attractive qualities that come together and form her captivating presence.
Although it didn’t surprise anyone, BAE described herself as an “eyebrow.” She explained that her habit is to lift her eyebrows, and her members even shared that BAE admitted to practicing moving her eyebrows.
Sullyoon chose “hamster” as the word that best describes her since one of her friends had compared her to one. Apparently, when Sullyoon once ate with a friend, her friend said that she looked like a hamster eating a sunflower seed.
Jinni quickly came up with the idea of a “bowling ball” to describe herself. She explained it as she’s like a bowling ball in pursuing her goals, “moving toward the pins.”
Kyujin, like Jiwoo, surprised her members as she explained that she felt she best suited a “belly watch.” Kyujin first had to explain what the word even meant, describing it as “the sound regularly generated in the belly.”
Kyujin believed she was similar because she’s “regular,” loves following schedules, and is “precise.”
You can watch the rest of the episode here.