Korea’s top talent agencies are revving up to drop some fresh acts onto the K-Pop scene, but we want to know which upcoming idol group’s debut you’re looking forward to the most.
Check out the nominees, and vote for your favorite below!
Woollim Entertainment knows boy bands, having found immense success with idol groups Infinite and Tasty, and now the agency is sending out a league of lovely ladies to take on the K-Pop scene.
Woollim recently revealed the members of its first eight-member girl group Lovelyz and announced the group will be kicking off its debut with a showcase on November 12 before the album drops on November 17.
Will Lovelyz spearhead a new invasion of girl groups?
TS Entertainment, the home of Secret and B.A.P, also announced it will be debuting a new girl group, and the fans are getting involved.
The agency has been revealing the members of its latest secret weapon SONAMOO one-by-one via the group’s official fan café, most recently asking fans to choose a stage name for the fourth member.
With seniors like Secret and B.A.P, SONAMOO is expected to shake things up in the K-Pop industry.
While the future of MBLAQ remains murky, J.Tune Camp is hoping to refuel the K-Pop scene with Mad Town, who made its debut just last month.
The seven-member idol group has been introduced to fans as a hip hop group with top notch performance skills who also know how to party hard – which leads us to believe that Mad Town will have no problem winning over K-Pop fans.
Mad Town is already knee-deep in promotions – and you can bet on the boys to be at Mwave’s MEET&GREET on November 5.
Finally, fresh off of the successful debut of Winner, K-Pop powerhouse YG is showing no signs of slowing down, set to unleash new idol group iKON.
iKON has already amassed a tremendous following of fans via Mnet’s Mix & Match, with four members already confirmed as members through the survival program and three to be revealed in the coming days.
Although the idol group hasn’t made its official debut yet, iKON is already making a lot of noise which is expected to only get louder as it enters the K-Pop competition.