Here Is The Amazing Visual Growth Of 9 K-Pop Group Maknaes Throughout The Years Since Their Debut

These youngest group members have grown up before our eyes!

Maknaes are, of course, the youngest member in their K-pop group, and oftentimes when they debut they’re quite young, sometimes even in their mid-teens! It can be fun and sometimes shocking to watch them grow up through their careers, both in terms of their visuals as well as their confidence and talent. Many group maknaes have been in the industry for 5+ years, which has given fans plenty of time to see them grow! Here are 9 popular maknaes and their visual growth throughout the years through pictures.

1. Jungkook (BTS)

2013: “No More Dream”, “We Are Bulletproof Pt.2”, and “N.O”

2014: “Boy in Luv”, “Just One Day”, “Danger”, and “War of Hormone”

2015: “I Need U”, “Dope”, and “Run”

2016: “Epilogue: Young Forever”, “Fire”, “Save Me”, and “Blood Sweat & Tears”

2017: “Spring Day”, “Not Today”, and “DNA”

2018: “Fake Love” and “Idol”

2019: “Boy With Luv”

2020: “Black Swan” and “ON”


2016: “BOOMBAYAH”, “Whistle”, “Playing with Fire”, and “Stay”

2017: “As If It’s Your Last”

2018: “DDU-DU DDU-DU”

2019: “Kill This Love”

2020: “How You Like That”

3. Tzuyu (TWICE)

2015: “Like OOH-AHH”

2016: “Cheer Up” and “TT”

2017: “Knock Knock”, “Signal”, “One More Time”, “Likey”, and “Heart Shaker”

2018: “What Is Love?”, “Dance the Night Away”, “BDZ”, and “Yes or Yes”

2019: “Fancy”, “Breakthrough”, and “Feel Special”

2020: “MORE & MORE”

4. Sehun (EXO)

2012: “What Is Love?”, “History”, and “MAMA”

2013: “Wolf”, “Growl”, and “Miracles in December”

2014: “Overdose”

2015: “Call Me Baby”, “Love Me Right”, and “Sing for You”

2016: “Lucky One”, “Monster”, “Lotto”, and “For Life”

2017: “Ko Ko Bop” and “Power”

2018: “Tempo” and “Love Shot”

2019: “Obsession”


5. Yeri (Red Velvet)

2015: “Ice Cream Cake” and “Dumb Dumb”

2016: “One of These Nights” and “Russian Roulette”

2017: “Rookie”, “Red Flavor”, and “Peek-A-Boo”

2018: “Bad Boy”, “Power Up”, and “Really Bad Boy (RBB)”

2019: “Zimzalabim”, “Umpah Umpah”, and “Psycho”


6. Taemin (SHINee)

2008: “Replay” and “Love Like Oxygen”

2009: “Juliette” and “Ring Ding Dong”

2010: “Lucifer” and “Hello”


2012: “Sherlock”

2013: “Dream Girl” and “Everybody”

2014: “Danger”

2015: “View” and “Married to the Music”

2016: “1 of 1”, “Drip Drop”, and “Press Your Number”

2017: “Move”

2018: “Good Evening”, “I Want You”, and “Eclipse”

2019: “Want” and “Famous”


7. Hwasa (MAMAMOO)

2014: “Mr. Ambiguous” and “Piano Man”

2015: “Um Oh Ah Yeh”

2016: “Taller Than You”, “You’re the Best”, and “Décalcomanie”

2017: “Yes I Am”

2018: “Starry Night”, “Egotistic”, and “Wind Flower”

2019: “Gogobebe”, “Gleam”, “Twit”, and “HIP”


8. Yugyeom (GOT7)

2014: “Girls Girls Girls”, “A”, and “Stop Stop It”

2015: “Just Right” and “If You Do”

2016: “Fly” and “Hard Carry”

2017: “Never Ever” and “You Are”

2018: “Look”, “Lullaby”, and “Miracle”

2019: “Eclipse” and “You Calling My Name”

2020: “Not by the Moon”


2015: “Trespass”, “Rush”, and “Hero”

2016: “All In” and “Fighter”

2017: “Beautiful”, “Shine Forever”, “Newton”, and “Dramarama”

2018: “Jealousy” and “Shoot Out”

2019: “Alligator” and “Follow”

2020: “Fantasia”