Newer K-pop groups such as  Aespa (above) take to Twitter more quickly and more often than older groups. Photo: @aespapicss_/ Twitter
Newer K-pop groups such as Aespa (above) take to Twitter more quickly and more often than older groups. Photo: @aespapicss_/ Twitter

From Itzy to Stray Kids, younger K-pop groups use Twitter the most to engage with fans, social media platform says

  • K-pop groups created from 2017 onwards, known as the fourth generation, use Twitter more often to engage their fans
  • These groups, including Aespa, Ateez and The Boyz, post twice as many times as third-generation groups

Newer K-pop groups such as  Aespa (above) take to Twitter more quickly and more often than older groups. Photo: @aespapicss_/ Twitter
Newer K-pop groups such as Aespa (above) take to Twitter more quickly and more often than older groups. Photo: @aespapicss_/ Twitter
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