Top 8 k pop girl groups you should listen now
Well, who isn’t aware of the power k pop holds today. The Korean pop industry is all the rage across the world or maybe we can say it has finally achieved the world domination it deserves. When it comes to this industry, it’s all about rocking every concept, fashion, trend, and song.
How can k pop be left behind in a society where girls are involved in every field and are now accountable for conquering each one? Yes, girls and k-pop are a lethal mix, which is why we at Aurora Cosmos wish strength for every k pop stan and soon-to-be k pop stan who has found their way here.
Well, in a world of practicality, bustling schedules, and never-ending toil and frantic activities, not many people believe in queens, therefore I’m guessing they probably haven’t been introduced to these 8 k pop girl groups
If you don’t want to cover your face out of embarrassment in front of the crowd just because you stand unaware of these classy girl groups, then trust us, pal, this article is just for you to go through so that the next time you are questioned about the one, you know what and how to answer back.
So get ready to make a Korean heart shape with your fingers because we know you’ll adore it.
‘BLACKPINK IN YOUR AREA’
Blackpink, oh! Yes, we are aware that these are the hues that every adolescent(black) and every toddler(pink) prefers. But, Blackpink is now the most well-known k pop girl group that is contracted under YG entertainment (one of the biggest music agencies in South Korea).
From Korea to now, not just Korea, these girls have made sure none of their songs go unsung. Debuted in 2016, Blackpink is the first K pop girl group to appear on Billboard’s Emerging Artists chart. They’ve charted at number one on the Billboard World Digital Song Sales chart four times.
Supported by a pretty huge fandom called BLINKs, these girls have the crowd shouting their names. Kim Jennie, Kim Ji Soo, Lalisa Manoban, and Park Chae Young. The group focuses on creating beats that are savage to inspirational.
Well, looking to be a part of the fandom, start with their hit ‘DU DU DU’.
Twice, sometimes known as TWICE, is a popular South Korean all-girl band that was created in 2015. The band, which comprises nine members, was founded in 2015 on the television show ‘Sixteen.’ They made their stage debut with “The Story Begins,” their first extended piece.
Twice rose to prominence in 2016 after the release of their single “Cheer Up,” and they quickly ascended the way to the top. Their tracks have already sold over 10 million copies in South Korea and Japan. They are one of the most popular bands not just in Korea, but also around the world.
TWICE fans are referred to as ‘Once,’ which means “If you love us even once, we will reciprocate your love with twice our love.Jihyo, Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Momo, Sana, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, and Tzuyu are the stunning females who strive to wow us with their work.
Contracted under JYP entertainment, these girls leave the crowd humming their creation. Trust us when we say, you won’t regret joining the fandom.
- Red Velvet
Red Velvet is a five-member all-K pop girl group created by SM Entertainment. The group began with only four members, however after their debut, a girl was added, bringing the total number of members to five, and they debuted in August 2014.
Without a question, the group is one of the most renowned and well-liked K pop girl groups of all time. They’ve dropped a bevy of bangers and bops and dazzled audiences with their live shows—their voice and dancing aren’t to be taken lightly.
Red Velvet’s official fandom name was unveiled in 2017: ReVeLuv (pronounced as re-ve-love). Irene, Seulgi, Wendy, Joy, and Yeri have been in the industry for six years and have two separate conceptions for their music releases: “red” (fun and lively) and “velvet” (serious and mellow).
They’ve released two full-length albums, The Red (2015) and Perfect Velvet (2017), as well as 11 EPs since then. Billboard named their single, “Psycho,” as one of the top K pop songs of 2019.
Debuted in 2019 with their first single album “IT’z Different”, this South Korean girl band has already made their way to the billboard.
The elegant group consists of five stunning ladies who have raised the bar so high that they now appear unreal. Contracted under JYP entertainment, this group has already rocked the charts in a nick of time, with Yeji leading the group.
Hwang Ye Ji, Choi Ji Su, Shin Ryu Jin, Lee Chae Ryeong, Shin Yu Na, are all ready to make you fall in love with their iconic songs that would force your feet to move, and the next moment you will be vibing to their hits.
If you’re new to k-pop, you can’t go any farther without completing the iconic shoulder move in their official M/V ‘Wannabe,’ which has already crossed over 40 core views, and at the end of the day, you’ll be a Midzy, with Neon as the official fan color.
DALLA DALLA, WANNABE, LOCO, MAFIA in the morning, NOT SHY, are some hits that force all the Midzy to cheer for Yeji, Yuna, Ryunjin, Lia, Chaeryeong.
A tip for all the new Midzys or soon-to-be Midzys- Don’t fall for the innocent looks of these pretty ladies, because you don’t know the next comeback would be savage as hell, more than enough to stun you. In a nutshell, these are ferocious queens dressed as daydreams.
This K pop girl group made their debut with the single “Mr. Ambiguous” on June 18, 2014, and continues to perform K pop, R&B, Latin pop, pop, jazz, and dance.
Composed of 4 members this girl group is formed by RBW. Bold, strong, and savage are the only words that will escape your mouth in a sequence after you watch the performances the girls deliver.
“MooMoos” refers to the group’s fans. Fans are frequently referred to as “Moo ()” in Korean, which means “radish.” Fans would bring radishes to the show as a result of this. The group’s official lightstick is shaped like a radish
This group is frequently regarded as people who are kind, compassionate, and passionate about their relationships and are eager to give their all into them. These queens are trained for everything except being shy. The last time these ladies were shy was when you were a non-k pop stan which we also know you don’t remember.
So, if you wanna be officially called a MooMoo, then go check out their head-bopping hit ‘Hip’.
Well, you might have heard about Aespa recently, as these girls were trending for their upbeat song ‘Next Level’. With the addictive tune, savage lyrics, killing visuals, and astounding concept, this song is just perfect. This masterpiece has left the crowd with only one option of turning into
‘MY’ (fandom’s name).
One of the most renowned labels, SM Entertainment, and its artists are smack dab amid the K pop revolution. And with their newest addition, AESPA, a new girl group, they’ve stepped it up a notch.
Four human members and their four virtual avatars make up the group viz Karina, Ningning, Winter, and Giselle.
From the personnel to the concept to the music, they’ve already amassed a devoted following and smashed records. The music video for their debut song, “Black Mamba,” was published on November 17 and became the fastest debut music video to gain 10 million views in under nine hours.
- Girl’s Generation
Contracted under the banner SM Entertainment, the eight-member K pop girl group debuted in 2007. Taeyeon, Sunny, Tiffany, Hyoyeon, Yuri, Sooyoung, YoonA, and Seohyun are members of the group
Girls’ Generation is recognized for being the first to start the Hallyu wave, even before BLACKPINK. Three of the group’s most successful songs, “Gee,” “The Boys,” and “Oh!” have each surpassed 100 million views on youtube.
Sonyeo Sidae is the Korean name for the Girls’ Generation. ‘Generation of Girls’ is the Korean translation of this moniker. The group’s English abbreviated name, SNSD, is derived from the Korean name Sonyeo Sidae, which is spelled as So-nyuh Shi-dae.
Cube Entertainment launched a six-member K pop girl group in 2018, calling it ‘idle’ or ‘idol.’ The band’s five members, Miyeon, Minnie, Soyeon, Yuqi, and Shuhua, made a splash with their debut song “Latata.” The song peaked at No. 4 on Billboard and No. 5 on World Albums, earning them the sixth k pop girl group to debut at the top of the Billboard World Charts.
I-Burn, their most recent mini-album, was released in January of this year, with “Hwaa,” one of the most popular songs, debuting at No. 17 on the Billboard K Pop 100 chart. It went on to make (G)I-dle one of the most popular k pop girl groups in Korean pop music.
Upon their debut, they were labeled “monster rookies” and were known as one of the most prominent K pop girl groups outside the “big three” firms.