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A couple of weeks ago, we posted a list of 19 K-Pop comebacks and debuts to look forward to in March. Now that the month has arrived, even more, have been announced to come out! Here are 15 more K-Pop releases to anticipate in the month.
March 3: QODES Comeback
On March 3, rookie four-member girl group QODES will be releasing the single “$ Better Than X” at 12PM KST/March 2 at 10PM EST.
March 3: Demian Comeback
Also on March 3, soloist Demian will release his fourth single album, A Blue Not Blues, with the title track “LOVE%” ft. DAWN, at 6PM KST/4AM EST.
March 4: Park Jihoon Comeback
On March 4, Park Jihoon will be releasing the single “Call U Up” ft. Lee Hi at 6PM KST/4AM EST!
March 8: BDC Comeback
On March 8, three-member boy group BDC will be coming back with their second mini-album, The Intersection: Discovery, at 6PM KST/4AM PST.
March 10: WayV Comeback
On March 10, WayV will be releasing their third mini-album, Kick Back!
March 12: (Update) BLACKPINK Rosé Solo Debut
On March 12, BLACKPINK’s Rosé will finally make her long-awaited solo debut! There’s no other information out besides that so far, apart from the teaser poster above.
March 15: WOODZ Comeback
On March 15, soloist WOODZ will be releasing the single album SET with the title song “Feel Like”.
March 15: PENTAGON Comeback
Also on March 15, PENTAGON will be releasing their 11th mini-album LOVE or TAKE with the title track “DO or NOT”, which Hui and Wooseok co-write the music and lyrics for! It will come out at 6PM KST/4AM EST.
March 15: PURPLE KISS Debut
March 15 is going to be a busy day! New RBW group PURPLE KISS is set to debut on that day with their first mini-album, Into Violet. They’re the first girl group to debut with the company since MAMAMOO in 2014, and have already released pre-debut tracks “My Heart Skip A Beat” and “Can We Talk Again”.
March 15: OMEGA X Debut
Finally, on March 15, the 11-member boy group OMEGA X will also debut under Spire Entertainment at 12AM KST/March 14 at 10AM EST. The group is made only of former survival program trainees and current boy group members, which is sure to be interesting!
March 16: MY.st Comeback
On March 16, five-member boy group MY.st will be releasing their first single album The Glow: Illusion at 6PM KST/4AM EST.
March 17: (Update) MIRAE Debut
We already announced on the previous March comeback list that MIRAE would be debuting this month, and now they have a date! On March 17, the 7-member boy group will make their debut with their first mini-album, KILLA!
March 17: Weeekly Comeback
Also on March 17, rookie girl group Weeekly will release their third mini-album, We Play, at 6PM KST/4AM EST.
March 17: Jessi Comeback
Finally on March 17, soloist Jessi will also have a comeback at 6PM KST! No further information is known yet, but this will be her first comeback (besides her work with Refund Sisters) since she came out with the bop “NUNU NANA” last July.
March 24: ATEEZ Japanese Comeback
On March 24, ATEEZ will release their first full-length Japanese album, Into the A to Z! This comes only weeks after their latest Korean-language comeback, ZERO: FEVER Part.2, which was released on March 1. It will have 10 tracks total, including Japanese versions of “Wonderland”, “Inception”, and “THANXX”, as well as the new Japanese title track “Still Here”.
Top 100 Most Loved K-Pop Female Idols in Thailand Voted By Thai Netizens
Thailand is one of the Southeast Asian countries with the strongest K-Pop communities. This country not only has a strong fandom culture, having good access to many K-Pop events, but also provides many talents who later become potential idols for the Korean music industry. Therefore, the fact that a K-Pop idol is loved and supported by Thai fans can partly reflect their international influence.
At the beginning of each year, Thailand's famous forum Pantip holds a poll to find out the Top 100 K-Pop queens of that year. The results of the 2021 poll have just been revealed recently. The #1 spot since the beginning has been predicted to belong to Lisa (BLACKPINK) - the female idol considered as the pride of the country. However, what Thai netizens most interested in is the names (besides Lisa) that will shine in the list despite not coming from Thailand.
Let's take a look at the Top 100 Queens of K-Pop group voted by Thai netizens in 2021.
100. Oh My Girl Binnie - 135 votes
99. Oh My Girl Seunghee - 136 votes
98. WJSN Yeonjung - 137 votes
97. Oh My Girl Hyojung - 137 votes
96. WJSN Luda - 138 votes
95. CLC Elkie - 139 votes
94. Oh My Girl Jiho - 141 votes
93. EVERGLOW Aisha - 141 votes
92. WJSN Eunseo - 145 votes
91. Apink Chorong - 147 votes
90. AOA Seolhyun - 149 votes
89. EVERGLOW E.U - 150 votes
88. DIA Chaeyeon - 150 votes
87. WJSN Seola - 157 votes
86. Fromis_9 Gyuri - 160 votes
85. Apink Bomi - 160 votes
84. EVERGLOW Mia - 161 votes
83. EVERGLOW Onda - 163 votes
82. Weki Meki Yoojung - 169 votes
81. LOONA Chuu - 175 votes
80. After School Nana - 176 votes
79. WJSN Bona - 177 votes
78. Oh My Girl YooA - 178 votes
77. LOONA Heejin - 186 votes
76. EVERGLOW Sihyeon - 203 votes
75. Weki Meki Doyeon - 206 votes
74. Apink Eunji - 206 votes
73. APRIL Naeun - 209 votes
72. Apink Naeun - 210 votes
71. f(x) Luna - 222 votes
70. GFRIEND Sowon - 239 votes
69. f(x) Victoria - 241 votes
68. GFRIEND Umji - 241 votes
67. f(x) Amber - 247 votes
66. Oh My Girl Arin - 247 votes
65. CLC Sorn - 249 votes
64. GFRIEND Yerin - 259 votes
63. GFRIEND Eunha - 263 votes
62. EXID Hani - 273 votes
61. GFRIEND Yuju - 273 votes
60. EVERGLOW Yiren - 291 votes
59. GFRIEND SinB - 298 votes
58. (G)I-DLE Shuhua - 325 votes
57. (G)I-DLE Yuqi - 333 votes
56. (G)I-DLE Soyeon - 337 votes
55. (G)I-DLE Soojin - 343 votes
54. (G)I-DLE Miyeon - 355 votes
53. TWICE Chaeyoung - 356 votes
52. TWICE Jeongyeon - 375 votes
51. TWICE Momo - 416 votes
50. TWICE Jihyo - 421 votes
49. IZ*ONE Chaewon - 431 votes
48. f(x) Krystal - 436 votes
47. IZ*ONE Hyewon - 438 votes
46. IZ*ONE Hitomi - 441 votes
45. IZ*ONE Nako - 443 votes
44. TWICE Mina - 446 votes
43. IZ*ONE Yujin - 449 votes
42. IZ*ONE Yuri - 454 votes
41. TWICE Tzuyu - 458 votes
40. IZ*ONE Eunbi - 460 votes
39. TWICE Nayeon - 473 votes
38. TWICE Dahyun - 475 votes
37. IZ*ONE Yena - 477 votes
36. MAMAMOO Wheein - 485 votes
35. ITZY Chaeryeong - 488 votes
34. SNSD Sooyoung - 494 votes
33. IZ*ONE Chaeyeon - 495 votes
32. TWICE Sana - 496 votes
31. SNSD Sunny - 504 votes
30. (G)I-DLE Minnie - 505 votes
29. IZ*ONE Minju - 509 votes
28. IZ*ONE Wonyoung - 510 votes
27. ITZY Yuna - 511 votes
26. SNSD Hyoyeon - 513 votes
25. ITZY Lia - 513 votes
24. SNSD Yuri - 517 votes
23. SNSD Seohyun - 526 votes
22. MAMAMOO Moonbyul - 532 votes
21. MAMAMOO Solar - 539 votes
20. SNSD Tiffany - 592 votes
19. aespa Giselle - 599 votes
18. MAMAMOO Hwasa - 601 votes
17. ITZY Ryujin - 609 votes
16. ITZY Yeji - 633 votes
15. SNSD YoonA - 667 votes
14. aespa NingNing - 702 votes
13. aespa Karina - 731 votes
12. SNSD Taeyeon - 832 votes
11. aespa Winter - 900 votes
10. Red Velvet Yeri - 905 votes
9. Red Velvet Wendy - 1000 votes
8. BLACKPINK Jennie - 1009 votes
7. BLACKPINK Jisoo - 1012 votes
6. Red Velvet Seulgi - 1036 votes
5. Red Velvet Joy - 1046 votes
4. IZ*ONE Sakura - 1061 votes
3. BLACKPINK Rosé - 1066 votes
2. Red Velvet Irene - 1107 votes
1. BLACKPINK Lisa - 1313 votes
Notably, although this is the Top 100 chosen by Thai netizens, the results are not always biased towards Thai idols. In the poll last year, Lisa (BLACKPINK) even ranked 13th. The #1 of last year was Miyawaki Sakura (IZ*ONE). However, this year, the female idol ranked 4th.
This year is the first year that Lisa (BLACKPINK) topped this list.
On the other hand, K-Pop female idols such as Irene (Red Velvet) and Rosé (BLACKPINK) showed their increased influence when their votes soared compared to last year. In addition, aespa was also praised as it was not long since their debut, but all 4 members entered the top 20.
What do you think about the results of this Top 100 K-Pop queens voted by Thai netizens?