Super Junior may now be the seniors of the K-pop scene group – debuting in 2005 to take Korea by storm and break into the lucrative China market. Photo: SM Press Center Super Junior may now be the seniors of the K-pop scene group – debuting in 2005 to take Korea by storm and break into the lucrative China market. Photo: SM Press Center
Super Junior may now be the seniors of the K-pop scene group – debuting in 2005 to take Korea by storm and break into the lucrative China market. Photo: SM Press Center

Before BTS, Exo and NCT – these 7 second generation South Korean boy bands put K-pop on the global map

Long before the Hallyu wave broke across the globe, breakout bands like Bingbang, TVXQ, FT Island, SHINee and Super Junior were trailblazers in establishing that quintessential K-pop boy band style

Topic |   K-pop, Mandopop and other Asian pop
Super Junior may now be the seniors of the K-pop scene group – debuting in 2005 to take Korea by storm and break into the lucrative China market. Photo: SM Press Center Super Junior may now be the seniors of the K-pop scene group – debuting in 2005 to take Korea by storm and break into the lucrative China market. Photo: SM Press Center
Super Junior may now be the seniors of the K-pop scene group – debuting in 2005 to take Korea by storm and break into the lucrative China market. Photo: SM Press Center
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