BLACKPINK‘s Jennie is one of the most followed Korean celebrities on Instagram with 22.9 million followers so far.
Her page is full of gorgeous selcas, photoshoots, press photos, and more that fans pay close attention to.
Eagle-eyed BLINKS have noticed that most of Jennie’s photos are solo shots, and that she has never posted a picture of a guy even in passing. That is, until today.
Jennie showed off her close friendship with WINNER‘s Mino by visiting his art exhibit debut in the Sungnam Art Center.
She shared a few photos on December 18, captioning it with praise:
Congratulations to the new artist, Song Minho.
– BLACKPINK’s Jennie
The two were comfortable in each other’s presence as they mimicked the expressions on the painting’s subjects.
Fans of both WINNER and BLACKPINK loved the interaction, commenting that their friendship was definitely precious.
jennie went to support mino omg 🥺🥰 I LOVE THEM pic.twitter.com/S9FckNwkXX
— mino pics (@picsongmino) December 18, 2019
Jennie and Mino’s progression as friends from their solo debut as singers until now was a sight to behold.
Jennie and Mino's friendship is so precious.. they really went ..
From this To this pic.twitter.com/lBBM8dF7Pz
— Mich loves treasure 13 (@bp_bts_chie) December 18, 2019
A future collaboration is also something fans are now clamoring for.
mino x jennie collab.. THE AUDIENCE WOULD LIKE TO SEE IT pic.twitter.com/Vbyl6P3tSe
— ً (@soIojens) December 18, 2019
BLINKS and INCLES love how it was Mino who was the first guy ever featured on Jennie’s page, proving their close relationship.
congratulations song mino for being the first and only male idol to ever appear on jennie's instagram pic.twitter.com/uepaJYlQKk
— ᴋʏʟᴀ³⁶⁵ (@MINOlST) December 18, 2019
love how mino is the only man who appeared on jennie's instagram, she a whole mino akgae pic.twitter.com/tpAptZmYNK
— song minhoe 🌻 (@smh93_) December 18, 2019
Jennie’s post has since gathered over 1,600,000 likes in less than 24 hours.
Besides Jennie, fellow YG Entertainment colleague G-Dragon also supported Mino’s debut as an artist.
Mino’s paintings will continue to be displayed until December 25 in the Sungnam Art Center.