Woo Ji Ho, better known as Zico, is a South Korean rapper, singer, idol and composer. He is best known as the leader, main rapper and composer of K-Pop group Block B.
It is hard to adequately compartmentalize Zico. Some idols, that task is easy. Taeyang is an RnB heartthrob, no matter how much he tries to hide it under his increasingly awesomely horrible hair styles. Siwon is the visual who never gets any lines but somehow eats up all the screen time. Minho gets more singing lines than he probably should because he’s just so damn adorable. Zico? He’s the ringleader/authoritative voice/mastermind of Block B, a group which reflects Zico’s manic edge in ways that few leaders can say the same. Zico’s bizarre edge is reflected in the aggressiveness of Block B, but it is not necessarily a masculine edge as much as it is a mental one. Everything that Zico does seems to be on the edge of going batshit insane, without it ever being out of place or off-putting. He’s not hunky, but he’s not feminine either. He’s authoritative without being domineering. He’s a pretty boy, but only in the sense that one that a pretty boy could easily flip a switch and curb stomp some skulls. But, you know, he’s good looking and has an edge, so that’s more than acceptable.
Zico’s talents are so far flung that mankind is still exploring the very edges of it.
Zico is so pretty that he is his own instagram filter.
Zico is so fierce that his gaze can cut Superman’s skin.
Zico’s talent level is so high that a couple Dragon Ball scouters just broke from light-years away.
Zico’s sexiness is measured in metric tons instead of feels.