These Are The 15 Male K-Pop Artists Who Gained The Most YouTube Subscribers In March

The group in third place is making moves!

YouTube is one of the most important platforms for K-pop artists to share their work with their fans. Other than watching videos, looking at a group’s subscriber count is a good way to gauge how many people are taking interest in them. As their popularity rises, so does their subscriber count! Here are the 15 male K-Pop acts who gained the most subscribers in the month of March.

15. EXO’s Lay

EXO’s Lay gained 110,000 new subscribers, putting him at 1.4 million in total.

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14. SHINee

Following their comeback with “Don’t Call Me,” SHINee gained 120,000 subscribers and now have 2 million in total.

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BELIFT LAB’s rookie boy-group ENHYPEN also gained 120,000 subscribers in March and have 2.3 million overall.



NCT Dream gained 140,000 subscribers in the past month, adding up to a total of 2.6 million.

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11. WayV

Adding to their 2.6 million subscriber count, WayV gained 150,000 new ones in March.

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ASTRO also gained 150,000 new subscribers and now have 4 million in total!

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9. EXO

EXO are the third group to have gained 150,000 new subscribers in the past month, amounting to 7.3 million overall.

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8. NCT

The whole of NCT gained 170,000 new subscribers and now have 3.4 million in total.

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7. TXT

TXT also saw a 170,000 increase in subscribers in the past month and currently have 6.3 million in total.

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6. TREASURE (트레저)

YG Entertainment’s rookie boy-group TREASURE gained 190,000 new subscribers, putting them at 3.7 million total.

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5. NCT 127

NCT 127 gained 200,000 subscribers in March, adding up to 3 million overall.

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4. GOT7’s Jackson Wang

Jackson Wang also gained 200,000 new subscribers, putting him at 3.8 million in total.

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3. iKON

Moving up a huge 17 spots from last month, iKON gained 210,000 subscribers over that time, earning them 8 million in total.

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2. Stray Kids

JYP Entertainment‘s 8-piece group gained 230,000 new subscribers and currently have 5.9 million overall.


1. BTS

As expected, BTS remain at first place with a 1.3 million subscriber gain in the past month, with a total of 46.8 million.

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Source: K-Pop Radar