TWICE now has the most music video having more than 100 million views among the girl groups around the world.
Here are 11 K-pop artists who were chosen to sing the theme song for an anime.
ENHYPEN, who is set to debut in Japan, has become the first and only artist this 2021 to set this record on Oricon Chart.
Another milestone for BTS!
TWICE's new Japanese single "Kura Kura" has beaten the record of TREASURE's "BOY" on Japan's Line Music Chart!
SEVENTEEN has obtained a notable record on Oricon Chart with their third Japanese single, "Hitori Janai," making them the first K-pop boy group to do so.
Throughout their three-week promotions for their new album, "All Yours," ASTRO members have showcased their improvement as artists, both as individuals and as a group.
Stray Kids' CLIO photocards are currently being distributed and sold in Japan without permission from JYP Entertainment.
Stray Kids has earned their first-ever gold certification in Japan with "TOP"!
TREASURE has successfully dominated five major Japanese album charts with their full album, "THE FIRST STEP: TREASURE EFFECT."
BTS Jimin, TWICE Momo and Jihyo are included in the list of Top 10 Role Models of teen girls in Japan!
BTS has released the Japanese OST "Film Out," which is now their first-ever song to be No. 1 on iTunes Japan.
BTS V's favorite book, "I'm home but I still want to go home," was recently published in Japan, and the book became the No. 1 bestseller on Amazon Japan after three days.
On March 14, TREASURE has joined BTS, TWICE, and TXT as the only K-pop group to achieve this milestone on the chart. Keep on reading to know what it is.
The winners at the 2021 Japan Gold Disc Awards have been revealed, and four K-pop groups: BTS, SEVENTEEN, TXT, and Stray Kids successfully snagged prizes! Keep on reading to know what they won.
BELIFT LAB's seven-member boy group, ENHYPEN, just made their debut three months ago, but the septet has already made hisotry on Oricon Chart with their debut album. Keep on reading to know ENHYPEN's milestone in Japan.
Korean superstar So Ji Sub has made waves across Asia as an actor and musician - and now his Japanese fans are taking action by recruiting for his official fan club.
After three days of release, iKON's new song "Why Why Why" has topped another international music chart, and it even ranked high on other charts in the neighboring countries.
Japanese entertainment magazine PGR21 released a list titled "Japanese Teenage Girls Select The Most Handsome K-Pop Boys, Ranked." There, they listed the results of the poll taken by Japanese teens to select the most popular male idols in the country are. Keep on reading to learn who made it to the top 20.