Members of Nine Muses, a K-pop girl group that had disbanded, were brought together for a special concert recently. Groups from the golden age of K-pop have seen a resurgence. Photo: Instagram/ @gyeongree Members of Nine Muses, a K-pop girl group that had disbanded, were brought together for a special concert recently. Groups from the golden age of K-pop have seen a resurgence. Photo: Instagram/ @gyeongree
Members of Nine Muses, a K-pop girl group that had disbanded, were brought together for a special concert recently. Groups from the golden age of K-pop have seen a resurgence. Photo: Instagram/ @gyeongree

Second generation K-pop renaissance: what you need to know about Brave Girls, After School and other bands making a return

  • The second generation of K-pop stars are enjoying a revival, performing and seeing their songs re-enter the charts. Cover versions by newer acts are helping
  • Many see the 2000s and 2010s as a golden age of K-pop, and groups from that time are seeing a resurgence

Topic |   K-pop, Mandopop and other Asian pop
Members of Nine Muses, a K-pop girl group that had disbanded, were brought together for a special concert recently. Groups from the golden age of K-pop have seen a resurgence. Photo: Instagram/ @gyeongree Members of Nine Muses, a K-pop girl group that had disbanded, were brought together for a special concert recently. Groups from the golden age of K-pop have seen a resurgence. Photo: Instagram/ @gyeongree
Members of Nine Muses, a K-pop girl group that had disbanded, were brought together for a special concert recently. Groups from the golden age of K-pop have seen a resurgence. Photo: Instagram/ @gyeongree
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