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NMIXX’s Lily reveals how JYP Entertainment evaluates the attitudes of its interns

Is this something that all businesses should be doing?

NMIXX‘s Lily recently appeared on Youtube internet series Lee Mu Jin Service show off their vocals by performing various famous songs for fans, including Red velvetit’s “Psycho”, BTS“Butter” and more!

Lee Mu Jin and Lily from NMIXX Lee Mu Jin services | KBS Kpop / YouTube

Namesake and host of the program, Lee Mu Jin, he was delighted with her voice. He also took the time to ask a few simple interview questions between performances.

One thing he was curious about was Lily’s days in JYP Gamealso known as JYPE. Having endured many of the company’s harsh and brutal monthly reviews dictating which interns would eventually debut as K-Pop idols, Lee Mu Jin felt she probably always had good grades.

He asked her if that was the case. Surprisingly, Lily said, “No, not every time. But as the ratings also include attitude, the score continued to improve.

Curious about Mu Jin, he asked Lily to explain how JYPE took into account the attitude of the trainees during the monthly assessments. It turns out that even things like how often they greet others with respect or how much attention they pay to the class factor in their scores!

Understandably, Mu Jin was surprised by this idea because traditionally, ratings are something more objective and measurable.

People wishing to become interns at JYPE should potentially consider and prepare for how they test their interns’ attitudes, as well as their skills and talents. Fans can rest assured that idols who make their debut at JYPE are also the best at their company in terms of personality, effort, and hard work.

Watch the whole thing Lee Mu Jin Service episode of Lily from NMIXX below!


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