Jung Hana (better known by her ex-stage name “Zinger”) is a South Korean idol rapper, singer, songwriter, dancer and presumably paradise’s legs model.
When Jung Hana changed her name in order to express her growing maturity or whatever K-Pop unfortunately lost one of it’s most self-explanatory nicknames. The name Zinger sounds like a first-draft name for a rapping superhero but it was also helpful so that one automatically knew what her role was in the group. After all, having a rapper named “Zinger” doesn’t require one to delve into K-Pop titles that often run longer than the titles of Kings and Queens of Westeros.
The change may have been done in order to represent
Zinger’s Hana’s maturity but it’s also a case where the nickname didn’t quite fit. Zinger is a cheesily-great rapper name but Hana has always been an adequate idol “rapper”, but not one who, well, zinged. Like most of her K-Pop rapper contemporaries, Hana is an idol who’s positives lean far more towards causing nosebleeds than they do towards spitting bars. And when one has managed to sculpt their legs into tear-worthy masterpieces like Hana has, she can request whatever name she damn well pleases.
Hana is so pretty she put Maleficent’s mirror out of work.
Hana is so hot she increases beach tourism by 500%.
Hana could rap about killing puppies and it’d still be the cutest thing ever.
Hana is such a good dancer that she doesn’t “dance” so much as she “grinds brains into dust.”
Hana’s appeal stretches beyond time, space and sense.
Zinger has more moves than the universe has space.
Zinger could sell me a glass of ice water in the Antarctic.