[Ongoing Poll] K-Pop Group that Expanded Global Influence the Most in First Half of 2012: f(x) No.1 Followed by Super Junior, TVXQ, 2NE1, and Girls' Generation (SNSD)
By Staff Writer | June 20, 2012 09:58 PM EDT
KpopStarz is currently the second part of the poll to select the male & female group that expanded their influence the most globally during the first half of 2012.
The poll is taking place with active participations from avid K-Pop fans and readers worldwide. f(x) is leading with 11.2% followed closely by Super Junior at 10.5% also TVXQ with 10.4%, fourth place is 2NE1 with 8.7% and fifth place is taken by Girls' Generation at 7.9%.
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The poll began on midnight of June 17 will conclude on June 23. Click here to vote for K-Pop group that expanded their global influence the most in the first half of 2012.
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