K-Pop groups rely heavily on YouTube to share all kinds of content with their fans. Naturally, as groups’ popularities rise, so will their YouTube follower count. Here are the nine K-Pop boy groups (and one solo artist) who had the best numbers in February!
EXO have a total of 7.2 million subscribers on YouTube, and gained an additional 120,000 last month.
Bighit Entertainment‘s newest boy group, ENHYPEN, gained 130,000 subscribers in February, putting them at a total of 2.2 million.
YG Entertainment‘s TREASURE also gained 130,000 subscribers but they have a higher overall subscriber count, with 3.5 million subscribers.
7. Jackson Wang (GOT7)
Jackson Wang’s solo YouTube channel, which was started just over two years ago, gained 140,000 followers in February. He now has a total of 3.6 million subscribers.
Following their comeback with “Don’t Call Me” last month, SHINee gained 180,000 new subscribers and have 1.9 million in total.
TXT’s YouTube channel saw a 190,000 increase in subscribers, putting them at 6.1 million in total.
4. Stray Kids
Stray Kids gained a considerable amount more, with 230,000 new subscribers over the past month. They now have an overall subscriber count of 5.6 million.
NCT’s general YouTube channel, made up of vlogs and the music videos of each sub-unit, gained 260,000 subscribers and has 3.3 million in total.
ASTRO had a great month, with a 280,000 increase in subscribers! Their total subscriber count is 3.8 million.
Unsurprisingly, BTS top the list–and are also the most subscribed to K-Pop boy group on YouTube. They gained 1.2 million subscribers in the last month and have 45.5 million in total.