Pimrapat Phadungwatanachok (Mobile)
|Nickname||Mobile (モバイル, โมบายล์)|
|Birthdate||July 9, 2002|
|Current Age||17 Years Old|
|Social Networks||Facebook pages / Instagram|
|Idol Career Info|
|Debuted||February, 2017 / 1st Generation|
- Name in Japanese: ピモンパット・パドゥンワッタナチョーク
- Hobbies: Cosplay
- Favorite color: Pink
- Likes: Strawberries, Moomin, makeup
- Admired Member: Onishi Momoka
- Special skills: Makeup, longboard
- Representative symbols: The octopus, the rainbow, the Murakami flower & the unicorn
- Known for her child-like, clumsy & gao (crackhead) image, as well as her 'Cinderella' like transformation into becoming the center for Koi Suru Fortune Cookie.
- She likes to stumble on her words & makes words up on the go.
- Took part in a temporary exchange program with AKB48 from September 15, 2018 until October 18, 2018.
- Developed a friendship with Onishi Momoka during her exchange in Japan. Their two fanbases help each other out - for example, Momoka's fanbase helped Mobile out in BNK48 6th Single Senbatsu Sousenkyo while Mobile's fanbase helped Momoka out in her SHOWROOM event.
- Was co-center with Sashihara Rino in 2018 NHK Kouhaku Utagassen featuring AKB48 & BNK48.
- Was formerly part of an anime dance cover troupe.
- Is seen as the adopted daughter of 'Chara Line' (Elderly Line) Unit.
- Is part of the 'Harajuku' Unit consisting of herself, Jiradapa Intajak (Pupe) & Warattaya Deesomlert (Kaimook). This unit is known for their love of Japanese fashion & culture.
BNK48 Senbatsu Election
- 1st Senbatsu Election - #4 (Senbatsu)
AKB48 Senbatsu Elections
- 10th Senbatsu Election - Didn't Participate
- BNK48 Trainee → Team BIII (→ AKB48) → Team NV
- Koi Suru Fortune Cookie (Center)
- Kimi wa Melody
- BNK Festival
- 77 no Suteki na Machi e
- BNK48 (Koi Suru Fortune Cookie)
- Sakura no Hanabiratachi (Shonichi)
- Namida Surprise! (Shonichi)
- Mata Anata no Koto wo Kangaeteta (BNK Festival)
Pimrapat Phadungwatanachok BNK48 1st Senbatsu Sousenkyo Poster (2018)
Pimrapat Phadungwatanachok (November 2018)
Pimrapat Phadungwatanachok (September 2018)
Pimrapat Phadungwatanachok (May 2018)
Pimrapat Phadungwatanachok (March 2018)
Pimrapat Phadungwatanachok (December 2017)
Pimrapat Phadungwatanachok (August 2017)
Pimrapat Phadungwatanachok (Debut)