K-Pop Celebrities Share Photos Of Their Christmas Celebration On Instagram
It has been a challenging and difficult year for everyone amid the global pandemic, but this did not stop people from celebrating Christmas and its traditions, even in the K-Pop world. Several Korean artists in the music industry shared Christmas photos online, inviting their fans virtually to participate in the festivity.
EXO's Instagram featured one of their members, Kai, captured with the Christmas tree and gifts in his background.
It is a campaign for the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). EXO captioned the post, "Could you be a child's Santa with Kai? Looking forward to new hopes in 2021, join Kai to become the world's children's Santa."
The Instagram account of TWICE is among those in the K-Pop industry that got the most number of Christmas-themed posts. There was Nayeon looking fabulous in her winter outdoor clothing, complete with the accessories and headdress. It seems she was out for an adventure during that day. There was no caption, except for three Christmas tree emojis.
The official Instagram of TWICE also featured two headshots of Sana with a tiny Christmas tree makeup on her upper cheek. It was captioned, "Merry Christmas" with emojis of a snowflake and white heart.
The fans are loving it. There were fans from around the world who posted responses to the Instagram post in their respective languages. Netizen @dahyuntwicey reacted, "BEAUTIFUL" with emojis.
The recent photo themed with Christmas on TWICE's Instagram featured the members dressed as snowman mascots straight from the recently held 2020 SBS Gayo Daejeon.
"Pretty Savage" singers BLACKPINK also did not let Christmas 2020 pass without sharing what they did in their online accounts. Rosé clearly had a fantastic break sharing a photo of her just sitting on the couch with her pet dog.
Lisa posed with her Christmas gifts from renowned brands like Celine. She wrote in the caption, "GIFTS FROM SANTA @celine thank you @hedislimane and @utzpeter" with the emojis of a snowflake and Santa Claus.