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K-Pop Groups That Need To Make A Comeback Asap

Girls Generation Girls Generation’s last comeback as 8 was in 2017 that also marked their 10th year together. After other members left SM Entertainment, 5 members formed a unit named  Girls’ Generation-Oh!GG and released a single album. 2022 marks as the group’s 15th anniversary and fans are hoping for a grand comeback from the queens. LOVELYZ The 8 girls hasn’t released a song since 2020. Now that member Mijoo is the trend PLUS their contract expiration is coming up, we wish to see Lovelyz release an album asap~ BIGBANG The…

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Confirmed K-Pop Releases in April 2021

April is the beginning of spring! The spring of 2021 is jam-packed with artists ready to let their music bloom! With groups from the 2nd and new generation, April got you covered! Here are the much-awaited releases this month.  On April 2, SEVENTEEN’s Hoshi is set to release his mixtape “Spider”, and Hwang Chi Yeol with his new mini-album, “Be My Reason.” On April 5, Wendy of Red Velvet will be debuting solo with a mini-album “Like Water” and ASTRO will be back with their full-length studio album “All Yours.”…

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K-Pop Groups Celebrating Their 10th Year in 2021

In 2011, these groups debuted as a K-Pop group and up until today, they are still intact and active. Some members of the groups left already to pursue other things but that did not stop remaining members to continue their promotions as a group. Some groups who debuted with them that are now disbanded/inactive: Boyfriend, Dal Shabet, Sistar19, Stellar, and Troublemaker Many debuted in 2011 but the ones who are still with us are: Brave Girls : Debuted on April 7, 2011 Block B: Debuted on April 13, 2011 APink…

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Second Generation K-Pop Idols Are Back To Dominate 2021

Old K-Pop fans, 2021 is ours! It’s been so long since we saw news (lots of it) of second-generation k-pop idols releasing new music, but 2021 is finally our year. Now that many of the second generation idols especially the men are out from the military, it is expected that their groups will be together again to promote actively. There are also few female idols that will return to represent second-generation girl groups. K-Pop nowadays is composed of 4th generation idols and some from the 3rd generation and very few from the 2nd…

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