Which occlupanid best represents each member of LOONA – a blog post by Kpopalypse

Since Loona’s debut has been released a few days ago, hype for the group has been at fever pitch, and lovestruck fans have been comparing the members of Loona to everything – star signs, tarot cards, Pokemon and more – but why not occlupanids?  Is it a coincidence that there are 12 categories of occlupanid, and 12 girls in Loona?  Kpopalypse thinks not!  All that now remains is the important question – which occlupanid best represents your Loona bias?

LOONA AS OCCLUPANIDS (IN DEBUT ORDER)

Credit: all occlupanid research and images in this post are derived from The Holotypic Occlupanid Research Group (HORG) and taken under Fair Use for purposes of scientific academic research.  Please visit their site, support their activities, and don’t forget to tell them to stan Loona.

Heejin – Archignathidae

The waif-like figure and fragile, willowy features of Loona’s Heejin are a match for the stark styling and minimal design of the archignathidae class of occlupanids.

Hyunjin – Tridentidae

Whenever I see the delicate three-point groove within the tridentidae class of occlupanids, it only makes me think of the fuller figure, flowing locks and demure aesthetic of Loona’s Hyunjin.

Haseul – Acutignathidae

On the other hand, when I’m reminded of the simplistic yet sharp features within the oral groove of the acutignathidae family of occlupanids, it’s hard for me to not consider the similarities to Loona’s Haseul.

Yeojin – Angulognathidae

It was impossible to go past the elegant yet functional style and lack of obfuscation present in the form of the angulognathidae class of occlupanids when evaluating the properties of Loona’s Yeojin.

Vivi – Kamptoconidae

The unique contours of Vivi’s jawline match perfectly with the sleek appearance and versatile folding mechanism of the rarely-seen kamptoconidae class of occlupanids.

Kim Lip – Corrugatidae

The striking X pattern of the oral groove within the corrugatidae family of occlupanids instantly recalls Kim Lip’s brash retro styling and confident demeanour.  The lipstick decal being nearly identical in form to Kim Lip’s actual oral groove in this example is just a fortunate bonus.

Jinsoul – Haplognathidae

With a discreet locking section contained within a slim profile, it’s obvious that the haplognathidae class of occlupanids reflects Jinsoul’s smooth yet refined appearance.

Choerry – Spinosacculidae

With its four-point locking groove set so tightly that even a OneHallyu moderator with pedophilic tendencies couldn’t escape its grasp, the spinosacculidae family of occlupanids just screams out Choerry all over.

Yves – Frangichelidae

The tall and elegant class of Yves could only be represented by the rare and highly-evolved frangichelidae class of occlupanids.  No k-pop communities can refute this basic fact.

Chuu – Concavigulidae

Chuu’s robust and bold, yet uniquely feminine appearance matches well with the concavigulidae class of occlupanids which features an unusual constricted styling within the oral groove.  It’s hard to believe that the concavigulidae wasn’t designed with Chuu specifically in mind.

Go Won – Planotectidae

Could there even possibly be any debate that the clean lines and meticulous form of the planotectidae class of occlupanids is a near-perfect match for Go Won’s face?  I thought not.

Olivia Hye – Toxodentidae

A common yet instantly recognisable class of occlupanids that comes in many forms, the characteristic tooth pattern of the toxodentidae family obviously recalls Olivia Hye’s charming everygirl appearance and distinct overbite.


I hope this post has been helpful to all Loona stans and occlupanid collectors!  Kpopalypse will return with more posts soon!

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