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Discussion in 'K-POP' started by Plushieless, Apr 24, 2018.
Just wondering... I'd say Red Velvet, but I'm not really sure.
5 member groups tend to look good and have good formations.
Edit: I read the title wrong whoops. Probably Red Velvet, Big Bang, and coed groups.
BIGBANG is nearly half and half.
I suspect WINNER and iKON too but I've never seen anything to back that up.
I don't follow any girl groups. >.<
Highlight and BTOB probably
Queens of the golden ratio, SNSD
BLACKPINKKKK AND TWIIICEE (maybe because i'm a fan and most of the girls in my school know twice more than the guys do ((the guys know momoland for the
)) so i can count on those two.) Also big bang.
EXO seem to. The chicks are louder, but I've met a fair few male and female fans of EXO.
the more popular a group, the more mixed in gender their fans will be.
groups like BTS and Twice come to mind.
EXO and BTS
they have a lot of female fans when they debut, but I see a lot of fanboys recently.
Most of the YG groups have equal proportion coz they are generally loved by GP so Big Bang , Winner and Ikon
IDK about blackpink and 2NE1 but i seem they mostly had fangirls .
Now things changes as we perceive in korea or international
If we talk just about fandom then TWICE mostly have fanboys but they are also liked by GP in korea so they kinda have equal amount of fans .
MAMAMOO has equal proportion of fans .
Got7 mostly has fangirls
Exo- fangirls [ technically all Sm boy groups ]
BTS - fangirls
NCT - fangirls
How about changes in fans from debut until now....
For example Lovelyz during their debut had many fangirls, you can hear them shouting during debut stages and slowly their voice disapper and the boys army fans can be heard very well in every stage of them.
Even in the articles most of the readers when they make comeback are boys (=
Twice, BIGBANG, blackpink, mamamoo, Block B, iKON (based on male/female % of Unique listeners on Melon)