READ: Here Are K-Pop Sub-Units Fans Are Demanding For A Debut
South Korean netizens formed a forum online by choosing the K-pop sub-units they would want to see making music together. The K-pop dedicated news site, Kpopstarz, listed the K-pop sub-units fans wanted to debut.
BTS' V and Jimin
Taeyong, known as V, is the lead dancer and vocalist of BTS, while Jimin is the main vocalist. The two dashing idols were born in the same year, 1995, and has a massive fanbase from across the globe.
ARMYs formed the sub-unit when the two idols showed off their chemistry on the track called 'Friends' from 'Map of the Soul: 7.'
EXO's D.O and Baekhyun
The EXO "Tom and Jerry" always receives a demand from their fans of a sub-unit debut. D.O and Baekhyun are both the main vocalist of the band, as they come handy their intense singing prowess.
For the time being, D.O is serving the government by enlisting in the military service. At the same time, Baekhyun is a card-carrying member of SuperM and EXO-CBX.
Red Velvet's Seulgi and Wendy
Wendy is the main vocalist of Red Velvet, while Seulgi is the leading dancer and vocalist. The two female K-pop idols are one of the most vital members of the band, leading for their avid fans wanting to see them debut as a sub-unit!
NU'EST's Minhyun and JR
JR is the bandleader of NU'EST, while Minhyun is the lead vocalist, also known for his mesmerizing visual. When the two idols graced the second season of 'Produce 101' in 2017, both showed off their chemistry and popularity, that best resembles a sub-unit.
SEVENTEEN's Mingyu, DK, and Seungkwan
Mingyu is the main rapper, sub-vocalist, while DK is the lead vocalist. Moreover, Seungkwan is known for his singing talent and as well as being the face of SEVENTEEN.
The band's fans concluded that the mixture of hip-hop and pop best suits the three idols.
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