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|Birthday||August 21 (Leo)|
|Hair Color||Dark Blue|
|Eye Color||Dark Blue|
|Relatives||An Joon-Gi (Father)|
|Manga Debut||Chapter 78|
An Lili (アン・リリ An Riri) is the daughter of the Water Tribe General An Joon-Gi. She investigates the Nadai trafficking happening on Shisen together with her servants, Ayura and Tetora, and eventually, Yona and her company.
Lili is a young woman with dark blue eyes. Her long dark blue hair is tied in a half ponytail held up by a jeweled flower ornament. She also ties several strands of her hair with long ribbon and lets it flow freely past in her front.
She wears a plain white robe that has a skirt tied up above her chest. This skirt is tied with a ribbon and stops a few inches above her robe’s bottom. She has other clothing which consists of a robe with patterned hemlines and a slightly exposed chest area that is covered by her white robe underneath. It is held by a sash that has a ribbon on top of it and is located just below her chest.
Though she appears to be a confident and brave girl on the outside, she is actually a shy, caring person, who tries to hide her personality by acting and talking big to others. As a general’s daughter, Lili doesn't like to show her weaknesses to others, and once she does, she considers it as a disgraceful behavior. Aside from that, she feels that protecting her tribe is one of her responsibilities and for this reason, she can be bold about her opinions and act recklessly for it if somebody, especially her father, disagrees with her. Despite her showing dauntlessness, she is not actually experienced in handling the matters by herself and she becomes scared the moment she encounters these problems. Later, however, after going through very dangerous situations, she gains more experience and becomes a much stronger and courageous person, who overcomes her fears because of her desire to stand up for others and save the Water Tribe. 
On Lili’s visit at Shisen together with Ayura and Tetora, she finds a suspicious group who she deems as the smugglers from the Kai Empire. She goes back home to Suiko Castle and tells her father about what she saw and her desire to investigate them, only to be confined. Irritated, she calls Tetora and Ayura to ask them to let her out and accompany her again to Shisen. Arriving at the port town, she immediately sees the people she saw earlier and spies on them. When the only girl of that group spots her, and eventually the masked man who has a squirrel, she runs back to her servants and they leave.
At that night, they stay at an inn and she notices the group once more at the nearby bar. When she followed them inside, she sees the girl, who spotted her awhile ago, dancing on the center stage. Believing that she is really not an entertainer, she tries to get close to her only to bump into a drunkard man. The man grabs her while chanting how he is hurt from their collision, and as she struggles to get away, she receives a punch to her face. She is about to take another hit until she is saved by the dancer. However, the dancer gets pinned by other men and she is left numb on her feet. Another man looks at her with a broken bottle in hand and is ready to strike her, but she is saved once again after a young man from the dancer’s group saves her. She is told to run and as chaos ensues, she sits in a corner, trying to protect herself. After the trouble subsides, she cries out of fear as the dancer hugs her.
She goes outside together with some members of the dancer’s crew and she is treated by a young boy. She realizes that they are not what she doubted them to be as they also want to end the corruption happening within the tribe. Lili asks their names, and as she learns of the dancer’s name to be Yona, she suspects that she is the princess. However, the young boy quickly tells her that she is not the princess and they only share the same name. One of Yona’s friends returns and tells them that they tied up the drug users, which makes her tremble in fear. Yona calms her down, and she hears that they will infiltrate the store that they believe to be the source of the drugs. Lili questions their reason for helping the Water Tribe but is cut short when her servants show up. They make a stance to fight the men after they see her injuries, which makes her quickly clear up the misunderstanding. They bid goodbye afterwards, though she is determined not to go home to Suiko right away.
The following day, Lili meets Yona’s company once more and is surprised how she managed to sleep in a tent surrounded by her male companions. She finds out that the users are still in the location and Yona has to keep guard them as some of her friends will execute their infiltration plan. Because of this, she asks Ayura to set up clinics and invites Yona’s group to the inn they are staying at as gratitude for saving her. In the inn, she, Yona, and her servants take a bath in the hot springs and they talk about their different opinions of men. Lili notices the bruises on Yona’s body and discovers that she is learning swordsmanship. After the bath, she and Ayura watch Yona practice using the sword while Tetora takes some food. After awhile, she and Yona go inside the inn to invite some of Yona’s friends. However, they find Tetora attacked by Hiyou, the ringleader of the drug trafficking. Hiyou orders his men to kill them, and Yona quickly protects her while she is petrified. During the fight, Yona gets slashed from behind, but she still stands up and fights. Witnessing her bravery, Lili wants to become strong like her. Sonn, both Yona and Lili are kidnapped by a nadai merchant named Tsubaru, who acted as an innkeepper and sent them as slaves to build a fort in Sei. After Yona and Lili escaped, Lili craves for water as she refused to drink the nadai they served. When Yona goes looking for water and comes back, she informs her that they have been spotted by the troops from Sei. Eventually, both of them are captured and although Jae Ha saves Yona, Lili is to be hanged. She is saved by Soo Won and Hak, with the former firing an arrow to cut the ropes and the latter catching her.
Relationships Edit Whenever Lili points out the happenings in their tribe, especially her desire to do something about it, she is always locked up in her room. It may seem appropriate to her father as he doesn’t want her to get hurt, however, she doesn’t see it that way which makes her rebel against him.
Initially, she thought of Yona as one of the people involved in the drug trafficking going on in her tribe. But as she is saved by her and learns that they both share a common goal to eradicate the corruption, they joined forces. The two of them didn't consider one another to be friends in the beginning, because she always had a hard time befriending girls her age. But as noted by Ayura, Lili actually enjoys Yona’s company. Most of the time, she frankly tells Yona how weak she is. But behind her words, she admires her and sets her as a prime example to become a strong woman. Lili would later become someone very dear to Yona, as the latter had never before been so worried for a single person when Lili was captured by army of the Sei empire. During the time, she saves Yona, while putting herself in danger.
- She believes that true men are 35 years of age and above. She dislikes young men.
- Lili has been considered as a suitable bride for Soo Won by most of the Tribe Leaders.
- (To Ayura and Tetora) "I'm not like him. I will save the Water Tribe."
- "If I can't protect Yona here, even death wouldn't be enough to atone!"
- (About lord Kushibi)"How strange I'm not scared at all, or rather looking at that arrogant man sitting so high-up with a delighted expression on his face, makes me so furious.
- (To Sei's soldiers) "Just try and kill me if you can, you cowards!!"
- (To the other captives in Sei) "If you don't want to die, FIGHT!!"