We recently shared a summary of the average heights of girl groups in K-pop, and it looks like this time, a netizen has completed the same report on K-pop boy groups. Similar to the previous report, the boys were categorized into five different groups: Giant, Tall, Average, Short, and Shortest.
The highly anticipated boy band from Pledis Entertainment, NU’EST, has released a magazine titled, ‘Pledis Boys Magazine’ ahead of their March debut.
On March 2, BIGBANG held a press conference prior to their first concert in nearly a year. They will hold their Seoul concert for three consecutive days before embarking on the first-ever world tour across 25 cities in 16 countries.
BIGBANG started off their statement with, “We’ll work hard to become a proud group. The only way to give back is through our music.” They explained the reason for naming their comeback album, “Alive,” by saying, “Our feelings and thoughts are thoroughly expressed in our new album. That’s why we named it ‘Alive.’”
G-Dragon said, “We know there are a lot of people who welcome our comeback, but at the same time, many people are upset about it. It’s all our fault. Because of the ‘incident,’ I caused a lot of disappointment. I think it’s our job now to turn BIGBANG back into a group with a lot of hope.”
It’s embarrassing, but I’ll be careful not to make the same mistake again. I’ll focus more on music and will work hard to make us a proud Korean group. I hope you will look at us on a positive light,” G-Dragon added.