Appearance[edit | edit source]
JinSoul has black eyes and blonde hair. Her left eye can emit a blue light in a crescent shape.
Personality[edit | edit source]
|Features||Positive Meaning||Negative Meaning||Ref.|
|Color||Blue||Knowledge, Power, Tranquility, Healing||Depression, Sadness, Loneliness|||
|Second Color||Black||Sophisticated, Mystery, Elegance, Strength||Grief, Fear, Death, Evil|||
|Animal||Blue Betta Fish/Siamese Fighting Fish||Individuality, Beauty, Defiant, Freedom||Solitude, Aggression|||
History[edit | edit source]
JinSoul represents the color blue with her song Singing in the Rain, and also infamously appears in the "Everyday I Need You" music video. It is also been confirmed by Blockberry Creative that JinSoul has two colors, her main color being blue and her second color being black. The only other person in the LOONAVERSE to have two colors is Choerry. This could represent both of them being some of the more powerful people in the LOONAVERSE, since they can both travel between worlds with JinSoul's teleportation and Choerry's plane switching. Or as theorized by Twinfish, with JinSoul having black as a color it suggests that she's been tainted by Olivia and that her color once was pure blue (More of this idea is explained in Sweet Crazy Love). We see JinSoul with Olivia in Egoist, which shows that JinSoul must be disobeying HeeJin and helping Olivia, however that may be.
We also have been confirmed that ViVi rescued JinSoul from a basement in Hong Kong. This would explain JinSoul's appearance in Everyday I Need You and her connection to ViVi. We also see JinSoul's eye color in the music video is green, different from her regular black. This could show that she's weakened or is recovering.
Abilities[edit | edit source]
JinSoul can use teleportation, or as Blockberry Creative refers to it, "Space Travel". With her ability she can go to certain places, but not to certain people (As seen in the music video for Girl Front). Teleportation also means that she can travel to other dimensions of the LOONAVERSE, such as to earth to meet ViVi in Everyday I Need You and to Eden to meet Olivia Hye in Egoist. She also represents blue, meaning she has the ability to create things out of blue, such as when she helped Kim Lip create Choerry by mixing their colors.
Relationships[edit | edit source]
HeeJin[edit | edit source]
HeeJin created JinSoul as a primary color, giving her special powers and abilities. JinSoul must've been very close to HeeJin at one point, since they would've had to work together to create the other girls. But after being influenced by Olivia JinSoul betrayed HeeJin. We don't know if HeeJin is aware of JinSoul betraying her but if she did she would be devastated, feeling like someone who she was close to left her.
HyunJin[edit | edit source]
We can't be sure of JinSoul's relationship with HyunJin. We know that HyunJin left JinSoul and Kim Lip to be with HeeJin so JinSoul must feel betrayal and had to quickly create a new girl with Kim Lip. We never see an interaction between the two of them, but based on their history, their relationship probably isn't great.
ViVi[edit | edit source]
Kim Lip[edit | edit source]
Choerry[edit | edit source]
Yves[edit | edit source]
Olivia Hye[edit | edit source]
JinSoul met Olivia Hye in a basement. Both of them share the same secondary color, black.
Video Appearances[edit | edit source]
|"Everyday I Need You (Feat. JinSoul)"||Music video||May 13, 2017|
|"Singing in the Rain"||Music video||June 25, 2017|
|"Reveal"||Teaser||August 29, 2017|
|"Girl Front"||Music video||September 20, 2017|
|"Sweet Crazy Love"||Music video||October 30, 2017|
|"Hi High"||Music video||August 20, 2018|
|"X1X"||Teaser||December 31, 2018|
|"Butterfly"||Music Video||February 19, 2019|
|"365"||Teaser||December 13, 2019|
|"#3"||Teaser||January 22, 2020|
|"So What"||Music Video||February 5, 2020|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
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|Kim Lip • JinSoul • Choerry|
|Singles||LOONATIC (English Version)|
|Characters||ODD EYE CIRCLE : Kim Lip • JinSoul • Choerry|
|Analysis||Girl Front • Sweet Crazy Love|