SEVENTEEN has pictograms or emojis that represent each member. If you’re interested to know which emoji is theirs, its meaning, and its origin, scroll down to this post!
Their emoji is also used on official SNS and is popular among fans, and it is very interesting that each emoji shows the individuality of each member. Also, remembering the emoji will increase the way you enjoy it, so please remember it along with the origin!
Emoji Representing S.Coups
The first pictogram for S.Coups is “camel”. S.Coups is said to be similar to a camel by the members.
It is said that it is especially similar when your eyes are loose, such as when you are a little sleepy or tired, or when you are eating something.
The second emoji is “cherry”.
Originally, it seems that Chor, whose real name is “Sunchul”, came from a similar pronunciation to Cheri, but recently he often wears items with the cherry logo, and even at Leaders’ V Live, he is himself. It seems to be an officially official emoji, such as saying “cherry”.
Other than that, the gorilla emoji was used because of the goodness of gatai, but now it is mostly used because fans will not feel so good even if they see it.
Emoji Representing Jeonghan
The pictogram for Jeonghan is an “Angel”. Converting October 4th of the birthday to 1004 and pronouncing this in Korean means “Chonsa” and “Angel”. Not to mention his birthday, he used to cosplay as an angel at concerts and fan signing sessions with his angelic visuals.
Emoji Representing Joshua
The pictogram for Joshua is a “rabbit”. He became a rabbit because of his face when he was eating and when he laughed like a rabbit.
Even at autograph sessions, fans often wear rabbit kachusha, and recently it is said that it resembles cinnamon.
In addition, grandpa’s emoji may be used because his behavior is like grandpa.
Emoji Representing Jun
The emoji that represents Jun is “cat”. The origin is because the face looks like a cat face. By the way, he also likes cats and is easy to be liked by animals. The casual gesture is like a kitten and is very cute.
You can often see them wearing cat ears at fan signing sessions.
Emoji Representing Hoshi
There are two pictograms that represent Hoshi. The first one is the “tiger” when it comes to Hoshi.
You often say 호랑해 (to Horan) like the secret word! Hoshi on the stage is really like a tiger and is very cool and overwhelming.
He is very pleased to be called a tiger, and since it is also the origin of the stage name, his room in Hoshi’s dormitory is filled with tiger stuffed animals.
The second is the “hamster”. It is often referred to as “hamchi”. On the stage, it’s as strong and overwhelming as a tiger, but when you get off the stage, it looks like a really cute hamster.
From that, it seems that fans sometimes make fun of Hoshi by describing him like a hamster who wants to be a tiger.
Emoji Representing Wonwoo
The emoji that represents Wonwoo is a “fox”. Wonwoo has also come to be used as an emoji because its face resembles a fox. For this reason, fans often prepare fox headgear even at fan signing sessions.
The fox is also officially recognized by the members, and when Wonwoo was inactive due to poor physical condition, he wore glasses on the fox stuffed animal and carried it with him everywhere instead of Wonwoo, such as music programs and fan signing sessions.
Emoji Representing Maggots
The pictogram that represents maggot is “white rice”. Maggot, who is a big eater among members of SEVENTEEN and loves white rice, even says, “I love white rice.” It’s so cute.
Maggots who are hungry by the members are so fond of rice that they are scared. In addition, since it is a maggot, the baby bottle mark is sometimes used because it looks like tea or a baby.
Emoji Representing Dogyom
The pictogram that represents Dogyom is a “horse”. Since their faces are similar, horse emojis have come to be used. He thought that only the fans were saying it, and he was imitating a horse. Moreover, it was from the beginning of his debut. He seems to be officially recognized.
Members also tend to ride on the back of horse Dogyom.
You can see how they are really loved and close to each other.
Emoji Representing Mingu
The pictogram for Mingu is “dog”. Like the face, it is said to be like a large dog because of its large body and dog-like behavior and behavior.
The sudden voice is like a dog!
Officially, the subtitles include Maltese. Certainly, the look may look like a Maltese dog!
Emoji Representing THE8
The pictogram that represents THE8 is a “frog”. Minhao originally liked frogs and often carried a doll called Kermit.
Even when Minhao wasn’t there, the members loved the Kermit doll like an alter ego.
The way the corners of the mouth rise when laughing at THE8 itself is similar to Kermit! It is really cute!
Emoji Representing Seungkwan
The pictogram for Seungkwan is “Mikan”. Seungkwan himself is from Jeju Island, South Korea, and Jeju Island is a mandarin orange, so pictograms have come to be used.
In fact, he often handed out oranges to the reporters who gathered there when he appeared on the music program.
He thinks that the image of mandarin oranges came from the distribution of mandarin oranges from the place of origin.
He could have seen this scenery if the mandarin oranges were harvested during the comeback period, but this year it may be difficult due to the influence of corona and other factors.
It was a mandarin orange fairy Seungkwan who was friendly like an aunt in the neighborhood and cared for reporters.
Emoji Representing Vernon
There are two pictograms that represent Vernon. The first is the “American Flag,” which comes from Vernon being from New York. This is also true for Joshua, who is also from the United States, but Vernon has a very American reaction. He still uses English when two people talk, and he thinks it has something to do with the position of being in charge of English in the group.
The second is the “baby” emoji. He thinks it comes from the fact that the behavior and facial expressions are really like a baby and you want to protect them.
Members also treat Vernon like a baby. Even the members who are with me every day seem to be cute and adorable.
Emoji Representing Dino
The pictogram for Dino is a “dinosaur”. One of the reasons is that the stage name Dino comes from a dinosaur’s name which is Dinosaurus. His signature is also made of dinosaur motifs!
The face is also called a dinosaur face, but there is also an opinion that it resembles an otter.
There was also a time when he was walking with a dinosaur balloon at the concert!
It seems that he also shows an official character, such as dinosaur poses!
A little dinosaur! so cute.
Summary of Each Member Pictograms of SEVENTEEN
There were various patterns, such as the stage name, the animal that resembled a face, and the place of origin. If you remember the emoji as information on SEVENTEEN, you can enjoy it in various ways! Please remember!