Ahn Hee Yeon (better known by her stage name Hani) is a South Korean idol singer and dancer. She is best known for being the visual of K-Pop group EXID.
Much like Naeun of last week’s Waifu Wednesday, Hani is another idol who probably would have already been featured if they had a single which “stuck” with me in their young career (seriously, three music videos in 2012 followed by one in 2014 is odd for the usually strenuous pace of K-Pop). The group’s visuals are always on point (Solji is coming to a Waifu Wednesday post near you) but their actual music has always seemed to follow trends and concepts rather than set them. “Every Night” was pretty great but the recent “Up & Down” rightfully struggled on the charts until fancams of Hani caused the song to surge in popularity.
Hani: Moving heaven and viral videos clicks since 2014.
This is a roundabout way of trying to excuse the total lack of Hani around these parts. I’ve probably failed at that but it’s better late than never and Hani is definitely worth the wait (good lord, legs).
Hani is so sexy that Aphrodite can’t handle it.
Hani’s beauty is so strong that it deadlifts trucks.
Hani’s legs are so incomprehensible that they require their own Pandora’s box.
If Hani’s prettiness could be measured in inches, it’d outpace the expansion of the universe.
Hani’s movements are better understood as poetry than as physical motion.
EXID’s biggest squandered opportunity is simply not releasing fancams of Hani for the rest of forever.