These Are The 15 Male K-Pop Artists Who Gained The Most YouTube Subscribers In March
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.
Following their comeback with “Don’t Call Me,” SHINee gained 120,000 subscribers and now have 2 million in total.
BELIFT LAB’s rookie boy-group ENHYPEN also gained 120,000 subscribers in March and have 2.3 million overall.
12. NCT DREAM
NCT Dream gained 140,000 subscribers in the past month, adding up to a total of 2.6 million.
Adding to their 2.6 million subscriber count, WayV gained 150,000 new ones in March.
ASTRO also gained 150,000 new subscribers and now have 4 million in total!
EXO are the third group to have gained 150,000 new subscribers in the past month, amounting to 7.3 million overall.
The whole of NCT gained 170,000 new subscribers and now have 3.4 million in total.
TXT also saw a 170,000 increase in subscribers in the past month and currently have 6.3 million in total.
6. TREASURE (트레저)
YG Entertainment’s rookie boy-group TREASURE gained 190,000 new subscribers, putting them at 3.7 million total.
5. NCT 127
NCT 127 gained 200,000 subscribers in March, adding up to 3 million overall.
4. GOT7’s Jackson Wang
Jackson Wang also gained 200,000 new subscribers, putting him at 3.8 million in total.
Moving up a huge 17 spots from last month, iKON gained 210,000 subscribers over that time, earning them 8 million in total.
2. Stray Kids
JYP Entertainment‘s 8-piece group gained 230,000 new subscribers and currently have 5.9 million overall.
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.