Hana Song can be immature, there is no question about it. She is highly competitive, sometimes rude, and hardly shies away from a good brag. However, she is also a team player: someone who believes in working together to bring about victory or success. Though sometimes a little aggressive, she can often be heard encouraging her teammates and trying to carry them to an end goal while on the job in much the same way she would while playing a team-based video game. Though she treats being recruited to defend South Korea and join the Overwatch recall as a game, this is very much a strategy and a means of coping with the weight that has been placed on her shoulders. Games and winning them is what she knows so making her mission into something more familiar allows her to better p rocess the expectations of her and be less hurt and jaded by the things she sees while working. Truly, she compartmentalizes her life quite well and even builds success off of it. Much the same as when she was a professional gamer, Hana Song crafted a following by streaming missions from her MEKA, garnering a lot of attention and love from her fans. Overall, she is an excellent addition to the Overwatch team for her willingness to work with others and an attitude that simply does not accept defeat as an answer.
Individually, in her time off the clock as a MEKA pilot or professional gamer, Hana Song sheds the D.Va alias and is quite simply a twenty year old girl. She likes music, anything from dubstep and kpop to lo-fi, soft acoustics, and classical pieces. She's fashionable, a sometimes-slave to the media, and a girl for the buzz and limelight of the world. Still, she can most often be found gaming with her friends and acquaintances-- and taking it just a little too seriously-- or chilling alone with her handhelds. She acts her age a lot but she also carries a hidden maturity and can become aggravated when she is acknowledged as nothing more than a child. Hana Song, D.Va, is someone worth getting to know beyond her public persona, but you may need to get her to put down the PSP.
Absolutely possible! She may front about her skill as a gamer and it may leak into her ego from time to time, but she's warm underneath that. She is, however, pretty straightforward. If she isn't interested in pursuing a friendship, she will lay that out to someone, but it's usually because she doesn't find herself compatible with them. If she does, she would softly latch on though play it off quite smoothly. Once she is fond of someone, close enough, she would be a wonderful friend and respect them in a way she absolutely does not to all her opponents. Obviously, one of the best ways to get to know her would be to game with her. Just try not to be off put by her competitive nature. Being her friend means tolerating all her little quirks, and there are plenty of them.
Believe it or not, she will not hate anyone for being bad at games or even contesting her. Someone better than her may struggle to get her respect, it will be begrudging if she gives it, but she won't hate them. What she will hate is someone who cheats, who throws games or plays unfairly among others. In terms of life, she dislikes people who disrespect her. Understandably, it is a little hypocritical of her since she isn't always respectful herself, but she tries her best. To call her a child, act better than her, or simply not acknowledge her worth as a person puts anyone at a bad place. She also fights for justice, and to protect her home country. Those with intentions of harming anyone or their home, who act unjustly, are likely to garner a negative reputation with Hana.
First off, I head canon her demisexual, which falls under grey-asexuality. She is also bisexual and biromantic.
She's twenty, she's a gamer, she was trying to help save her country and fight for justice before coming here. What I am trying to say is not that she is unavailable, she absolutely is available, but she has some priorities and some baggage. As mentioned, she can be egotistical and immature. The first step in romancing her would be to get to know her underneath that and impress her. She likes people who can keep up with her, teach her things she doesn't already know, people who excel at their own things. No one has to game to win her heart, just respect what she does and show a passion and skill for their own thing. She would then be wholly up for sharing her own passion and skill and might even teach her partner about certain games or techniques. Bonding with Hana is pretty easy if cards are played right, it's a matter of mattering to her more than others and impressing her. She is young. Love is totally a possibility but she is not quite thinking of the big picture yet so relationships may not be an everlasting thing in her eyes and chemistry is necessary.