Netizens Ranked The 1st Generation K-Pop Groups They’d Love To See In Concert Again

Do you remember their golden days?

It’s been decades since the first generation of K-Pop groups drew to an end, but they’ll always have a special place in fans hearts. Almost 9,000 Korean netizens on a DC Inside polling site voted for the early groups they’d love to see in concert again—here’s the top 9 ranking.

#9. Click-B

Click-B ranked 9th place with 0.2% of the votes.

Click-B debuted in 1999, and their most recent release was in 2015.

#8. Fly to the Sky

Fly to the Sky ranked 8th place with 0.6% of the votes.

Fly to the Sky debuted in 1999, and their most recent release was in 2014.

#7. Fin.K.L

Fin.K.L ranked 7th place with 1.6% of the votes.

Fin.K.L debuted in 1998, and their most recent release was in 2019.

#6. Baby V.O.X

Baby V.O.X ranked 6th place with 3.9% of the votes.

Baby V.O.X debuted in 1997, and their most recent release was in 2006.

#5. Shinhwa

Shinhwa ranked 5th place with 7.9% of the votes.

Shinhwa debuted in 1998, and their most recent release was in 2018.

#4. G.O.D

G.O.D ranked 4th place with 11.1% of the votes.

G.O.D debuted in 1999, and their most recent release was in 2019.

#3. S.E.S

S.E.S ranked 3rd place with 15.5% of the votes.

S.E.S debuted in 1997, and their most recent release was in 2017.

#2. H.O.T

H.O.T ranked 2nd place with 22.6% of the votes.

H.O.T debuted in 1996, and their most recent release was in 2001.

#1. Sechs Kies

And the 1st place spot went to Sechs Kies, who received 36.5% of the votes.

Sechs Kies debuted in 1997, and their most recent release was in 2020.

Source: Exciting DC
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