Yeon Yoo Ri (better known by her stage name Junyool) is a South Korean idol singer, rapper and dancer. She is best known for being the maknae in K-Pop netizen outrage machine Stellar.
So, uh, it was gently pointed out to me that I had somehow not dedicated a weekly Wednesday segment to the empress otherwise known as Junyool and I steadfast refused to believe that I hadn’t already published a post gushing over the holiness of Stellar’s maknae. I had “Um, well, ACTUALLY I HAVE BECAUSE JUNYOOL IS ONE OF THE BEST THINGS ABOUT STEL-” typed out and ready to go until I did a quick search of the site. Followed by a longer search of the site. Followed by an exhaustive search of the Waifu Wednesday tag. Needless to say, when all of these searches came up empty, I was in a shock that rivaled paralysis. So, let’s try to atone for this unforgiveable oversight. Stellar’s big gamble on going full-bore sex sells was undeniably risky but the group has largely (and even thoughtfully) pulled it off thanks to some great music and each member’s dedication to what teeters between sexy and gaudy concepts. However, when you’re Junyool and your brilliance is as self-evident as the sky is blue, that overall risk is severely minimized. What has become clear over the past three years is that it’d be foolish to bet against Junyool.
Junyool’s breath gives life to deities from different dimensions.
Junyool’s greatness cannot be measured in light years.
Junyool’s beauty is so strong that photos of her can lift mountains.
Everest is hovering at this very moment.
Junyool is so hot that she evaporates lakes with a touch.
I, for one, welcome our drought overlord.
Junyool is so amazing that she always finds the ends of rainbows.