A New Year’s Eve concert announced by Big Hit Entertainment will feature BTS (pictured), Gfriend, yet-to-debut boy band Enhypen and other K-pop groups. A New Year’s Eve concert announced by Big Hit Entertainment will feature BTS (pictured), Gfriend, yet-to-debut boy band Enhypen and other K-pop groups.
A New Year’s Eve concert announced by Big Hit Entertainment will feature BTS (pictured), Gfriend, yet-to-debut boy band Enhypen and other K-pop groups.
K-pop idols

BTS members’ first post-Covid concert with in-person audience, Blackpink named No 1 band in the world: this week’s K-pop news round-up

  • Big Hit Entertainment announced a New Year’s Eve concert featuring BTS, GFriend, Tomorrow X Together, Nu’est, Enhypen, Lee Hyun, and Bumzu
  • Twice’s Jihyo and soloist Kang Daniel confirmed they had broken up, and Bloomberg named Blackpink, not BTS, the biggest band in October

Topic |   K-pop idols
A New Year’s Eve concert announced by Big Hit Entertainment will feature BTS (pictured), Gfriend, yet-to-debut boy band Enhypen and other K-pop groups. A New Year’s Eve concert announced by Big Hit Entertainment will feature BTS (pictured), Gfriend, yet-to-debut boy band Enhypen and other K-pop groups.
A New Year’s Eve concert announced by Big Hit Entertainment will feature BTS (pictured), Gfriend, yet-to-debut boy band Enhypen and other K-pop groups.
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