In our article about the colorful selection of fan items that K-Pop fans can use to please themselves, we already explained to you what the lightsticks are all about that fans wave at concerts to support their favorite artists.
Each band has its own customized lightstick, which in some cases is so extravagantly designed that unknowing onlookers don't realize it's actually a lamp.
Korean idols are usually not only singers, but also dancers, models and actors, because music videos, for example, often resemble three-minute short films.
Some idols also show their skills in "K-dramas," as Korean series are often called.
K-Pop fans can tell you exactly what the entertainment of their favorite band is called and which groups are also signed there.
In this article, we will explain why entertainment plays such a big role in the K-Pop scene and which famous groups share the agency.
Fan merchandise such as posters, T-shirts and CDs have always been an indispensable part of "being a fan". Who wouldn't want to decorate the walls of their room with posters of their favorite band, proudly display their logo on a T-shirt for everyone else to see, or have their favorite CDs ready to hand on the shelf? K-Pop fans are no different, and you in particular have an incredibly wide selection of fan merchandise to choose from that is as colorful and diverse as the music itself.
We don't want you to miss out on any of it, so we'll give you an overview of what you can treat yourself to next!
Wanna One , I.O.I, IZ*ONE, Twice, Stray Kids, Treasure, iKON, Winner, Monsta X, NiziU, fromis_9, Pentagon, VIXX and AKMU.
Probably even new fans know a few of these names, because some of these bands are very successful and it's almost impossible to pass them by if you're into K-Pop on a regular basis.
If you are now wondering what all these bands have in common, you will get a detailed answer in this article.