Most K-Pop fans, and even non-fans, probably look up to BLACKPINK member Jennie as their fashionista icon and inspiration for their closet.
China's AiMan Commercial Index reveals the most popular K-pop idols and South Korean celebrities in China are. Let's go to the top 15 rankings below!
It’s one thing to have one music video that skyrockets in views; it’s an entirely different story to have an artist’s music videos consistently get high amounts of views!
These K-pop artists and groups just like the Kings, Queens, Princes, Princesses, and Representatives for K-pop!
Recently, Idol Chart conducted a survey. This survey is about which idol is the most financial-savvy and would be most likely to have an affinity for stocks and real estate. Here are the fifteen idols who received the most votes from fans
Talk about multi-talented.
When it comes to the K-Pop world, it is not the strange thing for idols to debut in groups and also debut as a soloist. However, it is often hard to balance how popular they are like a solo act as they are as a group. Here are seven idols who successfully done both soloist and Group too.
You may not know that K-Pop starts all the way back to the early 90s and some idols that debuted all the way back in the First Generation of K-Pop are still active in the industry in the present. However, newer fans who might not be aware of when these idols first debuted would never be able to guess just how long they’ve been in the K-Pop world. With many of these idols making their much-awaited comebacks recently, it is perfectly understandable if some fans actually think that they just debuted. All this is thanks to the fact that they aged like fine wine.
Although they become idols, they still exude the charisma of real rappers.
Recently, a financial report from Hana Financial predicted that YG Entertainment's power boy group BIGBANG would be able to make a comeback early next year.