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Top 15 KPOP GirlBands You Should Know About

Updated on July 10, 2014
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This is a list that I put together and is based off of my opinion. There is no particular order and it is not rated by best rather the order I thought of them. There are way more girl bands out there so just listen to various bands to find out what you like. Please commit on what KPop girl bands you listen to. If you are just getting in to KPop then I would suggest you find your favorite band and create a station on Pandora that is dedicated to that artist. This will help you get other related artists. The easiest way to do this would be to just create a KPop station so that you get various different artists in that genre.

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Picture Provided by S.M. Enetertainment

Number 1: Girls Generation (Aka SNSD)

This is a nine member band that debuted in 2007 but did not gain popularity very fast until about 2009. Some popular songs are "Gee", "I got a boy", and "The boys" Girls Generation's fan club is called S♡NE.

Number 2: f(x)

This is a five member band that debuted in 2009. Some of the more popular songs would be "Electric Shock", "Hot Summer", and "Red Light" f(x)'s does not have a fan club title.

Number 3: Wonder Girls

This is a four member band that debuted in 2007. Some song to listen to are "Be my baby", "Like this", and "The DJ is mine" The wonder Girls fan club is called wonderful.

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Picture provided by JYP Entertainment

Number 4: Miss A

Miss A is a four member band that debuted in 2010. Some popular songs are "Hush", "Bad Girl, Good Girl", and "Goodbye Baby" Miss A's fan club is called Say A.


Number 5: Sistar

Sistar is a four member band that debuted in 2010. Some songs to check out are "Alone", Give it to me", and "Loving U" Sistar's fan club is called STAR1 (Style).

Number 6: 4Minute

4Minute has five members and debuted in 2009. Some popular songs are "Are you okay", "Volume Up", and "What's your name" 4Minute's fan club is called 4NIA.


Number 7: Brown Eyed Girls

This is a four member band that debuted in 2008. Some songs to listen to are "Triangle", "Abracadabra", and "Kill Bill" The Brown Eyed Girls does not have a fan club title.

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Picture provided by YG Entertainment

Number 8: 2NE1

2NE1 is a four member group that debuted in 2009. Songs to listen to are " I am the best", "Crush", and "Ugly" 2NE1's fan club is called Blackjack.

Number 9: APink

This is a six member band that debuted in 2011. Songs to check out are "NoNoNo", "Crystal", and "Mr.Chu" APink does not have a official fan club name.

Number 10: Girls Day

This is a four member band that debuted in 2010. Some of their popular songs are "Something", "Twinkle Twinkle", and "Please tell me" Girls Day's fan club is called Daisy or, commonly stylized Dai5y.

Number 11: Secret

Secret is a four member group that debuted in 2009. Some songs to listen to are "I want you back", "Friends", and "Magic" Secret's fan club is known as Secret Time.

Number 12: Kara

This is a four member band that debuted in 2007. Some popular songs by Kara are "Pandora", "If you wanna", and "Honey" Kara's fan club is called Kamilia.

Number 13: T-ARA

This is a six member band that debuted in 2009. Some songs to listen to are " Lovely Dovely", "Day by Day", and "Don't leave me" T-ARA's fan club is called QUEEN'S.

Number 14: LPG Aka Lovely Pretty Girls

This band currently has four members but had nine and debuted in 2006. Some popular songs are "Can Can", "Doorbell of love", and "I'm sorry, I'm Noona" Lovely Pretty Girls do not have an official fan club name.


Number 15: EvoL

EvoL is a five member band that debuted in 2012. Some song you should listen to are "We were a bit different", "Get Up", and "Magnet" Evol's fan called is known as EVC / Voller.

Keep in mind that these are just a few songs by each artist. If you really look there are tons more songs and artist that you could listen to. I would also suggest watching different variety shows like Weekly Idol. Variety shows are a great way to get to know each band better as well as how they act off stage. It will also help you get use to listening to Korean. Just remember have fun with it!

Which type of KPOP bands do you like better?

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