Trailblazing South Korean K-pop group Blackpink has accomplished an unprecedented feat in their career: they are the first-ever girl band to exceed $100 million in ticket sales with their "Born Pink" world tour.
As we delve into the epoch of '4th generation girl groups', burgeoning bands with two to three years under their belt have been making notable strides in the music charts. Amidst this dynamic shift, BLACKPINK and TWICE, titans of the 3rd generation girl groups, continue to dazzle fans with their extraordinary feats in their respective realms.
The world of K-pop is witnessing the dominance of fourth-generation girl groups. Not only are these groups taking over the top spots on music charts, they're also consistently achieving 'Million Seller' status for their albums-a feat that no longer raises eyebrows.
Luxury brands are vying to recruit K-pop stars as their ambassadors. The chosen star's popularity becomes a measure of success and a symbol of hip and elegant charm. In response, management companies are eagerly sharing news of their artists' ambassador selections.
The K-pop world has given birth to another 'acting idol'. Jennie, a member of the four-piece girl group BLACKPINK, is the one who's stolen the spotlight. Following fellow group member Jisoo, who started acting in dramas over two years ago, Jennie is stepping into the acting world with an international drama. Fans are eager to see what she will bring to the domestic scene.
YG Entertainment's new girl group, Babymonster (English name changed to BabyMons7er, members are Ruka, Pharita, Asa, Ahyeon, Haram, Rora, and Chiquita), has officially confirmed their debut as a seven-member team.