Yoon Ye Jin (better known as Nada) is a South Korean idol rapper and dancer. She is best known for being the first idol that comes to mind when someone references K-Pop group Wassup.
Idols are, by and large, interchangeable parts for group concepts. The talent gap is small enough across the genre that one could throw every name in the industry into a hat, take out six and form a group which could probably put out a passable single within a couple of months. Nada though? Nada is Wassup. The girl knows exactly what Wassup is about and she so effortlessly and ruthlessly owned Wassup’s first single that one would be understandably mistaken into thinking that Nada’s name is Wassup. As great as Nari and Dain are (and they are great), it is Nada that sets the tone for the group. Long may she march and twerk to the beat of her own drum.
Nada is so magnetic, she wrecks compasses.
Nada is so sexy, her breath is used as heaven’s aphrodisiac.
Nada’s dancing should come with a warning for high blood pressure.
Nada brings more joy to the planet than a continent of puppies.
Nada is so cool, penguins get chills when she’s near.
Nada packs more punch than a runaway train.