Media outlet MBN TV has recently released the rankings of second-generation girl groups by fandom size according to the numbers shown on their respective fan cafes.
As of April 24, 2014, the rankings are as follows:
1. Girls’ Generation (2007) – 245,447
2. A Pink (2011) – 86,596
3. Wonder Girls (2007) – 80,579
4. 2NE1 (2009) – 74,090
5. f(x) (2009) – 62,316
6. Girl’s Day (2010) – 48,245
7. KARA (2007) – 45,602
8. Brown Eyed Girls (2006) – 37,596
9. 4minute (2009) – 34,645
10. miss A (2010) – 33,713
11. SECRET (2009) – 28,168
12. SISTAR (2010) – 25,342
13. T-ara (2009) – 25,158
14. Davichi (2008) – 23,677
15. After School (2009) – 19,397
16. AOA (2012) – 10,928
17. Crayon Pop (2012) – 10,603 ...
Although they have already been promoting on music shows, 5-member Chinese Korean boy group UNIQ, are making hearts flutter with their group MV for debut single “Falling In Love“!
These boys, comprised of 2 Korean members Sung Joo and Seung Youn, and 3 Chinese members Wen Han, Zhou Yi Xuan, and Yi Bo, show off both some exciting choreography and a storyline. In a seemingly common occurrence all of the members fall for the same girl, mayhem ensues. ...
A new girl group from YG Entertainment is rumored to be debuting next month!
An insider told Star News on October 16, “YG”s new girl group is currently recording their debut song and album. They”ve been preparing for their debut for quite a while, and they”re in the last stages.” There are also reports that they”ll be moving onto filming their music video soon.
A rep from YGE allegedly stated that the upcoming girl group has recorded multiple songs, but they haven”t decided on a title track. If they do miss a November debut, they”re still expected to debut by the end of the year....
Former “Superstar K2″ contestant Kim Eun Bi was reported to withdrawn from YG Entertainment”s upcoming girl group.
According to YG Entertainment on October 17th, Kim Eun Bi left the group since 6 months ago due to her health issue. A rep from the agency revealed,”It”s true that Kim Eun Bi, who has trained with us for a long time, ended up leaving without fulfilling her dream”.
They continued,”She has suffered much pain from herniated disk many times before during her trainee time. Even though she received treatment before but it has gotten worse since then and she thought she wouldn”t be able to promote once she made her debut”...
Reports are stating that member Kim Eun Bi of YG Entertainment’s upcoming new girl group has withdrawn from the group.
According to an industry insider, the former “Superstar K2” contestant already left YG Entertainment six months ago due to health reasons. Daily Sports quoted a statement from a YG representative: “It is true. It’s regrettable that someone who has trained with us for so long ended up leaving without fulfilling her dreams. We think she decided that her health wouldn’t be able to withstand the group activities.” ...
It looks like YG Entertainment may be set to debut a new girl group soon.
According to an exclusive report by Star News on October 16, an industry insider said, “YG’s new girl group is currently recording their debut track and record. The group has prepared for their debut for a long time, and they are now in the final stages.”
Star News states that it’s likely the group will debut this coming November.
If the report is in fact true, this would be YG’s first girl group since the 2009 debut of 2NE1, and anticipation is high, especially in the midst of various other girl group debuts, including TS Entertainment‘s SONAMOO, which just unveiled its first three members, an eight-member group from Woollim Entertainment, and SM‘s recently-debuted Red Velvet. ...
TS Entertainment will soon be debuting a new rookie girl group by the name of SONAMOO for the first time following Secret’s debut in 2009. The word ‘sonamoo’ is translated to pine tree, and the meaning behind the group name is the members’ desire to consistently make music that is full of life, like a pine tree.
The first three members of this upcoming girl group have been revealed through the group’s official Facebook page: Na Hyun, New Sun, and Eui Jin. The members’ names were introduced one by one, alongside a profile photo of each of them. ...
Following 2NE1″s debut in 2009, YG Entertainment is ready to present a new girl group.
According to Star News on October 16th, YG Entertainment”s new girl group is currently in the final stage of preparation for their upcoming debut. They were said to have recorded for their new songs and will soon proceed with the music video shooting.
A rep from the company also stated that the group has recorded for many songs, but it”s still undecided that whether they will make their debut with a single or an album. They will likely to debut in November if there”s no problem happening until then. Even if they miss the November target, they will also make sure to come out by the end of this year.
Since YG Entertainment hasn”t released any official statement regarding the new girl group so it seems we will have to wait a little more for further information. ...
Girl group T-ara will leave for Beijing today to expand their presence in China, according to Core Contents Media yesterday.
T-ara“s official schedule in China will begin with a press conference where about 100 local journalists from online and offline publications are reportedly registered for the media event. The six members aim to promote their hits for about a month in China.
The band, which is well-known for hits like “Bo Peep Bo Peep” and “Roly-Poly”, has signed a $4.7 million contract last month with Chinese entertainment agency Longzhen Cultural Development, which has hosted concerts for Chinese stars such as Andy Lau and Cheung Hok Yau. ...
(Photo : Facebook) Red Velvet will be making their comeback.
SM Entertainment”s new female group Red Velvet is making a comeback really soon.
The four-member rookie group made their official debut back in August with the catchy single “Happiness” and since then, their new-found fans have been anxiously awaiting an update....