Will Big Bang, BEAST, Super Junior Receive Korean Smart Domain as TOP 3 Boy Groups?
By Staff Writer | June 06, 2012 03:01 PM EDT
Hangul Smart Domain Organization is currently holding a popularity poll for K-Pop boy groups. Based on the results top three groups will be part of the first groups to receive special smart domains in Hangul, Korean characters.
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The organization previously held a similar poll for girl groups last month and the top 3 were Girls’ Generation, KARA and Wonder Girls have each received their group Hangul domains. In addition each of their respective fan clubs will be receiving the hangul domain as well.
Each IP address is only allowed to vote only once a day. The poll is open until June 8. Participate in the popularity poll by visiting here.
Below is the current ranking of the male groups.
1. Big Bang, 2. BEAST, 3. Super Junior, 4. JYJ, 5. SHINee, 6. 2PM, 7. INFINITE, 8. TVXQ, 9. MBLAQ, 10. CNBLUE, 11. FTISLAND, 12. Teen Top, 13. 2AM, 14. U-KISS
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