BTS’ Jimin, EXO’s Kai, BLACKPINK’s Lisa And More: 9 Famous K-Pop Friends From Various Bands

BTS’ Jimin, EXO’s Kai, BLACKPINK’s Lisa And More: 9 Famous K-Pop Friends From Various Bands

BTS’ Jimin, EXO’s Kai, Ha Sung Woon and SHINee’s Taemin

Being such outstanding performers, visual artists, and individuals, the four idols forming this connection came as a pleasant surprise. ‘Lie’ (2016), ‘Serendipity’ (2017), and ‘Filter’ (2020) are the three solo tracks that Jimin has released with BTS. A digital single titled “Promise,” which he co-wrote and co-composed was released under his own name in 2018.

He did a duet with Ha Sung Woon called “With You” for the tvN drama “Our Blues,” which aired in 2022 and included him on the soundtrack. Kai is a multi-talented South Korean performer. He is a part of EXO, a South Korean-Chinese boy band, EXO-K, and the South Korean supergroup SuperM. He made his official solo debut in 2020, with the release of the Kai EP.

South Korean performer, actor, and dancer Taemin. Media outlets have dubbed him the “Idol’s Idol” due to the high number of idols who look up to him since his debut in May 2008 as a member of the boy band SHINee and his debut in 2019 as a member of the supergroup SuperM, both under SM Entertainment.

9 Famous K-Pop Friends From Various Bands
9 Famous K-Pop Friends From Various Bands

The ‘97 liners

The members of the debatably incredibly famous friend group in the industry are Jungkook of BTS, Yugyeom and BamBam of GOT7, Mingyu, The8, and DK of SEVENTEEN, Cha Eun Woo of ASTRO, and Jaehyun of NCT.

They are a visually striking group with many great singers. They spend their free time together as a group, going out and constantly praising each other. Many of their followers admire and even envy the close bond that exists between them. Many of their admirers have wondered, after seeing their faces, how it was possible for so many attractive idols to be born in the same year (1997!).

BLACKPINK’s Lisa and GOT7’s BamBam

The two idols have a deep history of friendship and professional collaboration thanks to their shared Thai heritage and the fact that they have known each other since they were very young and learned to dance, sing, and act together. It’s wonderful to see how supportive and kind they are of one another.

MONSTA X’s Kihyun and BTS’ Suga

Due to their shared birthday, these two talented stars were fast friends long before their debut and kept in touch after their respective groups achieved mainstream success. The two have clearly bonded over the years, as evidenced by their lighthearted banter at award events and by the time Kihyun was caught on camera tossing confetti at Suga, who punched back.

92 Club

Moonbyul of MAMAMOO had said a few years before that she and the members of VIXX, BTS, EXID, Baro, Sandeul, and B1A4 were all in the ’92 Club. A lot of people already knew about Jin’s friendship with Ken, Hani, and the rest of the gang, but when Moonbyul described how the gang doesn’t get together that frequently but stays in touch via a group chat and how Jin keeps things light and airy between them, people took notice.

TXT’s Yeonjun, Stray Kids’ Changbin and ATEEZ’s Wooyoung

The bond between TOMORROW X TOGETHER‘s Yeonjun and ATEEZ’s Wooyoung was well-known among fans, as the two had trained together under BigHit MUSIC before Wooyoung departed the company to make her debut as ATEEZ. Although it came as a surprise to their admirers, Changbin and Wooyoung’s deep friendship was exposed on “Kingdom,” and the two have since formed a trio.

BLACKPINK’s Rosé and Girls’ Day’s Hyeri

Friends since meeting on the variety show “Amazing Saturday,” Rosé and Hyeri now regularly spend time with one another in a variety of settings, including workshops, restaurant outings, and the delivery of coffee and snack trucks. It’s great to see two female idols getting along so well since they always back each other up in anything they do.

ASTRO’s Moonbin, VIVIZ’s SinB, Umji and SEVENTEEN’s Seungkwan

For a long time, the ’98 liners’ (as they are known by their devoted fanbase) have functioned as a tight-knit unit. Lee Soo Ji (an actress and ex-member of The Ark) and Ungjae (of IMFACT) round out the trio. The four ’98 liners recently appeared on a show together, and their easy camaraderie demonstrated how close they are to one another; it was refreshing to see them acting so much like friends.

BTS’ RM and GOT7’s Jackson

They’ve been friends for a long time and have displayed their friendship in the best ways possible over the years: as two of the most skilled rappers and producers in the game today. They were often teasing each other on ‘Problematic Men,’ but they also encouraged and complimented each other. Even though RM is somewhat reserved and Jackson is quite outgoing, they make a great pair.

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