Here Are 9 K-Pop Idols Who Debuted At An Older Than Average Age

Better late than never

It’s quite common for K-Pop idols to debut at a young age, where most debut by the time they hit 20 years old.

Many idols debut at a later age for multiple reasons. It could be that some just have longer training periods, debuts can get canceled, personal life situations, etc. A YouTube channel by the name of “Korean ENT” compiled a list of some K-Pop idols who debuted at ages older than usual, here are 9 of those idols.

#9. Sojin (Girl’s Day)

Sojin debuted in Girl’s Day when she was 24 years old (international age).

#8. Jinho (PENTAGON)

Jinho debuted in PENTAGON when he was 24 years old (international age).

#7. Dara (2NE1)

Dara debuted in 2NE1 when she was 24 years old (international age).

#6. BM (K.A.R.D)

BM debuted in K.A.R.D when he was 24 years old (international age).

#5. J.Seph (K.A.R.D)

J.Seph debuted in K.A.R.D when he was 25 years old (international age).

#4. Park Bom (2NE1)

Park Bom debuted in 2NE1 when she was 25 years old (international age).

#3. Yoon Jisung (WANNA ONE)

Yoon Jisung debuted in WANNA ONE when he was 26 years old (international age).

#2. Kahi (After School)

Kahi debuted in After School when she was 28 years old (international age). Kahi also debuted in a group called S. Blush a few years before After School, but they disbanded quickly.

#1. Joon Park (g.o.d)

Joon Park debuted in g.o.d when he was 29 years old (international age).

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