In recent years, MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) personality types have become widely popularized in the K-Pop community. It is now common for idols to talk about their MBTI as an icebreaker or to start a conversation. Some idols even have a science and are able to correctly guess someone else’s MBTI on a first date.
Fortunately, there won’t be any guesswork in this article as we take a look at the MBTIs of sensational girl groups, newjeans. For Bunnies, you might already be pretty familiar with each member’s personality, but knowing their MBTI can give you more information.
So, without further ado, here is a list of MBTI from NewJeans below.
Hanni and HyeIn share the same MBTI.
Those with INFP are called mediators. Although they may appear quiet and reserved, they are secretly full of passion. They are also known to possess a mind with boundless creativity and imagination, but they can be susceptible to being caught up in daydreams. Mediators are also extremely empathetic, carrying with them a strong desire to help others.
Receiving ESTJ would make MinJi an executive. Those with this personality trait love tradition and order, leveraging their knowledge of right and wrong to bring communities together. These personality types are highly valued for their clear advice and direction and are more than happy to take the lead when the going gets tough.
Those who received ENFP as a result are called activists. These individuals have a vibrant energy capable of spreading in many different directions. ENFP are carefree spirits, described as outgoing and open-minded. They enjoy having fun, as well as establishing deep and meaningful connections with others.
Those who received the ISTP as a result are called virtuous. They tend to prefer the path as an individual and pursue their goals without the need for many external connections. They are physical learners who love to explore with their eyes and hands. ISTPs are creators to the core and can move seamlessly between projects.
HyeIn and Hanni share the same MBTI.
Those with INFP are called mediators. Although they may appear quiet and reserved, they are secretly full of passion. Mediators have a genuine curiosity about the human condition. INFP’s are passionate and genuinely care about others, not only limiting their help to their loved ones but those in need as well.
Do these MBTI results match NewJeans members? Let us know in the comments.