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15 female Kpop idols that fans want to go camping the most when spring comes: BLACKPINK and IU compete for the top

15 female Kpop idols that fans want to go camping the most when spring comes BLACKPINK and IU compete for the top

Spring in Korea usually starts in March and lasts until the end of May. This is a cool time, hundreds of flowers bloom, and the scenery also becomes much more eye-catching. Not only that, but this is also the time when the cherry blossoms will flourish, and family members will go camping to see the flowers and immerse themselves in nature.

Recently, the Choaedol application held a poll with the question: ‘Who is the Kpop female idol you want to go camping with on the spring day?’ Many people voted, and let’s take a look at which top 15 Kpop female idols will be named.

15th place: Jihyo (TWICE) – 7,761 votes

14th place: Seulgi (Red Velvet) – 7,879 votes

13rd place: Ryujin (ITZY) – 7,976 votes

12nd place: Sana (TWICE) – 8,196 votes

11st place: Dahyun (TWICE) – 8,588 votes

10th place: Yeji (ITZY) – 8,650 votes

9th: Nayeon (TWICE) – 9,584 votes

8th place: Yuqi ((G) I-DLE) – 9,648 votes

7th place: Tzuyu (TWICE) – 9,665 votes

6th place: Irene (Red Velvet) – 10,541 votes

5th place: Jennie (BLACKPINK) – 16,240 votes

4th place: IU – 17,880 votes

3rd place: Lisa (BLACKPINK) – 17,896 votes

2nd place: Rosé (BLACKPINK) – 18,167 votes

1st place: Jisoo (BLACKPINK) – 20,232 votes

And you, who is the Kpop female idol that you want to go camping with to enjoy the most spring scenery? Please share your opinion.

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