They know all the trends!
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Most K-Pop groups have official TikTok accounts, where they often post dance videos or other great content for their fans. However, these 7 idols take it one step further, keeping up with all the TikTok trends–and absolutely killing them! If they weren’t already famous, they definitely would be for their amazing content. Check out some of their videos below and be sure to follow them to keep up with the trends!
1. BM (KARD)
BM is known for the funny videos he shares online, so it’s no surprise that he excels at TikTok.
2. Rosé (BLACKPINK)
Would this list really be complete without Rosé’s WAP Challenge?
3. Shindong (Super Junior)
Shindong knows–and aces–all the TikTok trends.
You can tell that Somi has a lot of fun filming her TikTok videos.
5. Sorn (CLC)
This video from Sorn’s stellar personal account hits a bit too close to home for all of us TikTok enthusiasts….
6. Taeyoung (CRAVITY)
At this point, CRAVITY’s official TikTok account is more like Taeyoung’s personal one with guest appearances by the other members.
7. Yoohyeon (Dreamcatcher)
Last but not least, Yoohyeon is singlehandedly keeping the group’s TikTok account alive with all her great videos.
Have you followed all of them?
Top 15 Female K-Pop Artists With The Most Fresh YouTube Subscribers In March
YouTube is one of the most important platforms for K-pop artists to share their work with their fans. Fans can use their channels not only to watch music videos, vlogs and other content but also to gauge how many new people are taking an interest in their favorite groups. Here are the 15 female K-Pop acts that have seen a significant increase in subscribers in the past month!
15. 에스파 (aespa)
SM Entertainment’s rookie girl-group aespa gained 80,000 new followers and now have 1.5 million overall.
HyunA also gained 80,000 subscribers and currently has 2.4 million in total.
Sunmi, who recently had a comeback with “Tail” in the past month, gained 90,000 new subscribers, putting her at 1.1 million in total.
12. Lee Hyeri
Lee Hyeri and Sunmi are tied for 12th place, as they both gained 90,000 subscribers and have 1.1 million overall.
11. Red Velvet
Adding on to their total of 3.9 million, Red Velvet gained 100,000 subscribers over the past month.
10. Purple Kiss
RBW Entertainment‘s newest group, Purple Kiss, went up 13 spots as they gained 115,000 subscribers, putting them at 417,000 in total.
Purple Kiss’ senior group, MAMAMOO, gained 120,000 new subscribers and currently have 5.5 million in total.
8. MAMAMOO’s Solar
MAMAMOO’s Solar’s solo channel, solarsido, gained 140,000 subscribers in March, making 3 million in total.
ITZY gained 160,000 new subscribers in the past month and currently have 4.6 million in total.
Korea’s best-selling girl-group TWICE gained 200,000 subscribers in March, amounting to 10.3 million in total.
Following her latest comeback LILAC, IU gained 260,000 new subscribers and has 5.7 million overall.
4. BLACKPINK Jennie
BLACKPINK’s Jennie, who opened her solo YouTube channel in January, gained 260,000 new subscribers as well for a total of 6 million.
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Jessi gained 380,000 new subscribers following her March comeback, “What Type Of X,” and has 1.9 million subscribers in total.
2. BLACKPINK Lisa
BLACKPINK’s Lisa gained 440,000 new subscribers and has 6.4 million subscribers overall on her solo YouTube channel.
BLACKPINK moved up to the top spot this month, with 1.8 million new subscribers and a total of 59.5 million.
Check Out Gaon Charts To See Which K-pop Idols Tops Weekly
IU topped this week’s physical album chart with her new studio album “LILAC,” which debuted at No. 1. Super Junior’s “The Renaissance” stayed strong at No. 2, followed by BTS’s “BE” at No. 3.
Nearly five years after its release, NCT 127’s debut mini-album “NCT #127” reentered the chart at No. 4 this week, while WayV’s “Take Over the Moon – Sequel” rounded out the top five for the week.
Overall Digital Chart
Brave Girls’ smash hit “Rollin’” maintained its double crown for the second consecutive week, remaining No. 1 on both the overall digital chart and the streaming chart.
IU’s “Celebrity” rose to No. 2 on this week’s overall digital chart, while her new title track “LILAC” debuted at No. 4.
Im Young Woong’s “My Starry Love” came in at No. 3 for the week, and BLACKPINK Rosé’s solo debut track “On The Ground” charted at No. 5.
The top four songs on this week’s streaming chart remained exactly the same as last week: Brave Girls’ “Rollin'” came in at No. 1, IU’s “Celebrity” at No. 2, Rosé’s “On The Ground” at No. 3, and Highlight’s Yang Yoseob and Apink’s Jung Eun Ji’s “Love Day (2021)” at No. 4. Finally, IU’s “LILAC” entered the chart at No. 5.
Im Young Woong’s “My Starry Love” held onto its spot at No. 1 on the digital download chart this week, while IU claimed the out of the top five spots with songs from her newly released album: “LILAC” debuted at No. 2, “Coin” at No. 4, and “Flu” at No. 5.
Meanwhile, SHINee’s latest title track “Don’t Call Me” stayed strong at No. 3.
The top five artists on this week’s Social Chart 2.0 were exactly the same as last week: BTS stayed No. 1, followed by BLACKPINK at No. 2, Im Young Woong at No. 3, Lee Chan Won at No. 4, and Rosé at No. 5.
These Kpop Group Rank High On Billboard’s World Albums Chart For
The Week Ending on April 3
Billboard has released its World Albums chart for the week ending on April 3!
BTS landed a total of seven albums in the top 15 this week: in addition to topping the chart with their latest album “BE,” which remained No. 1, the group also claimed No. 2 with “Map of the Soul: 7,” No. 5 with “Love Yourself: Tear,” No. 6 with “Love Yourself: Her,” No. 7 with “Love Yourself: Answer,” No. 11 with “Map of the Soul: Persona,” and No. 13 with “Skool Luv Affair.”
BLACKPINK’s first full-length album “THE ALBUM” stayed strong at No. 3 in its 25th week on the chart, while NCT’s “RESONANCE Pt. 1” rose to No. 4 in its 24th week.
TXT’s Japanese album “Still Dreaming” maintained its position at No. 9 this week, and SuperM’s first full-length album “Super One” similarly held onto its spot at No. 10.
Finally, ATEEZ’s latest mini album “ZERO : FEVER Part.2” rose to No. 12 in its fourth week on the chart.
Congratulations to all of the artists!