Robots and unmanned vehicles are expected to play key role in economic recovery, as well as in Big Data based on IoT. However, unlike the common expectation, general thoughts on drones are not much positive, due to the problems such as psychological resistance. We thought companion technology can solve this gap and through a series of interviews and analysis, we tried to answer the following question: what characteristics drones as artificial companion should have? We found that people wanted to perceive both utilitarian and hedonic value from the drone and people also provide various roles to the drone depending on the situation. In addition, we found that most people wanted the drone which has characteristics of tolerable predictability, limited controllability, adorability, necessity for others' care and consistent autonomy. We succeeded in comprising these traits into a unique personality as "naughty." and therefore recommend considering these findings when designing drone as a companion in the future.