MBTI personality types have grown in increasing popularity within the Korean entertainment industry. It has become almost a requirement for all celebrities to take the test in order to find out their personality type. Finding out someone’s MBTI is now a common icebreaker and conversation starter among actors, idol members, and even regular people on the street.
After several grueling weeks on the survival program, “R U Next?“, the final lineup of the newest girl group to join the HYBE family has been decided! Aptly named I’LL-IT, the girls have proven themselves to have the talent, aura, and skills necessary to become the next big girl group. While they will continue to perfect their craft, fans cannot wait for their official debut. But until then, they are searching up every piece of information possible, including their MBTI personality types.
Check out the I’LL-IT members’ MBTI personality types down below!
YunAh – ENFP (Campaigner)
The ENFP personality type is the Campaigner. These people tend to embrace big ideas and actions that reflect their sense of hope and goodwill toward others. Their vibrant energy can flow in many directions.
ENFP possess a vibrant energy that’s able to spread out in many different directions. ENFP are carefree spirits, described as outgoing and open-minded. They like having a good time, as well as establishing deep, meaningful connections with other people.
MinJu – ISTP (Virutoso)
The ISTP personality type is the Virtuoso. They are described to have “an individualistic mindset, pursuing goals without needing much external connection. They engage in life with inquisitiveness and personal skill, varying their approach as needed.”
Virtuosos love to work with their hands and eyes, examining the world around them with cool rationalism and spirited curiosity. People with this personality type are natural Makers, moving from project to project, building the useful and the superfluous for the fun of it, and learning as they go. To them, there’s no greater joy than getting their hands dirty pulling things apart and putting them back together, better than before.
YoungSeo – ESTJ (Executive)
ESTJ are referred to as the Executive. These personality types “possess great fortitude, emphatically following their own sensible judgment. They often serve as a stabilizing force among others, able to offer solid direction amid adversity.”
Executives are representatives of tradition and order, utilizing their understanding of what is right, wrong and socially acceptable to bring families and communities together. Embracing the values of honesty, dedication and dignity, people with the Executive personality type are valued for their clear advice and guidance, and they happily lead the way on difficult paths.
Moka, WonHee, Iroha – ISFP (Adventurer)
Moka, WonHee, and Iroha share the same MBTI personality type.
The ISFP personality type is the Adventurer. Those with this personality type “tend to have open minds, approaching life, new experiences, and people with grounded warmth. Their ability to stay in the moment helps them uncover exciting potentials.”
The Adventurer is described as a true artist, as they see life itself as a canvas for self-expression. “Adventurers act in ways that vividly reflect who they are as unique individuals.” They are “driven by curiosity and eager to try new things. People with this personality often have a fascinating array of passions and interests.”
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