This year will be a busy year for Kpop Idols and Kpop fans. There will be at least 10 groups under different agencies to make their debut in 2021.
Earlier this year, EDAILY reported there would be more than 10 entertainment agencies are planning to debut new idol groups this year. Amongst the 10 labels, there are 4 biggest agencies, like Big Hit (and Big Hit Japan), SM, JYP, and YG, who are planning to debut their new boy and girl groups.
Several Kpop Idols to debut in 2021
First Idol to debut in 2021
It is revealed that a boy group T1419 under MLD Entertainment will make its debut on January 11 at 6 pm KST. Their first album is Before Sunrise Part 1, with the title track ASURABALBALTA. It is said that the title track is going to be a hip-hop/EDM genre with a unique and catchy melody.
The group consists of 9 members: Kairi, On, Gunwoo, Kevin, Sian, Noa, Kio, Leo and Zero. They have dropped several teasers on their official YouTube Channel.
Big Hit Japan
Another boy group who will make their debut in 2021 is a boy group under Big Hit Japan. This will be the first boy group under Big Hit Japan. Meanwhile, the group is the 6th boy group for Big Hit Entertainment after BTS, TXT, NU’EST, SEVENTEEN, and ENHYPEN.
The boy group has revealed its 5 first members: K, Nicholas, EJ, Kyungmin, and Ta-Ki. They are all from I-LAND. The rest of the members are chosen from an audition called &AUDITION.
Big Hit Entertainment
Different from Big Hit Japan, Big Hit Entertainment is planning to debut their Kpop girl group in 2021. However, we haven’t found any clue about this yet.
As for SM, it is reported that they are planning to debut a new boy group. The group has its own creative universe apart from the NCT Universe.
Not only one, but JYP Entertainment is also planning to debut two boy groups in 2021, one in Korea and one in China.
Which rookie idol groups are you waiting from? Are they from any of the biggest labels mentioned above?
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