KPop Anniversaries

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KPop Group Anniversary List by Month

Entertainment labels listed are current agencies.
Subunits and Collab Units are listed in orange.
Groups that have debuted within 2017 can be found here.

January

  • 2 — WJSN/Cosmic Girls (2016). [Starship Entertainment (LOEN Ent. owns 70% since December 2013)]
  • 3 — DalShabet (2011). [Happy Face Entertainment (a subsidiary of Imagine Asia – formerly called Wellmade)]
  • 5 — Piggy Dolls (2011). MIA since 2013. [Winning InSight]
  • 6 — Beatwin (2014). [Elen Entertainment (formerly Heavenly Star Content)]
  • 7 — ZE:A (2010). [Star Empire Entertainment] — Hiatus as of 12 April 2017 for enlistment.
  • 8 — F.Cuz (2010). [*currently self promoting*]
  • 10 — Infinite H (2013). [Woollim Entertaimment (owned by SM Ent.)]
  • 13 — g.o.d (1999). [SidusHQ]
  • 14 — DBSK/TVXQ (2004). See DBSK. [SM Entertainment]
  • 14 — CNBLUE (2009). [FNC Entertainment]
  • 16 – GFriend (2015). [Source Music] — Song released on 15th. Official debut is 16th.
  • 16 — GOT7 (2014). [JYP Entertainment]
  • 17 — After School (2009). [Pledis Entertaiment] — Hiatus.
  • 19 — SG Wannabe (2004). [B2M Entertainment (a subsidiary of CJ E&M)]
  • 19 — Nell (2001). [Space Bohemian]
  • 21 — MFBTY (2013). [Feel Ghood Music]
  • 26 — B.A.P (2012). [TS Entertainment]
  • 27 — Imfact (2016). [Star Empire Entertainment]
  • 27 — Six Bomb (2012). [Pacemaker Entertainment] — Thought disbanded since 2012/2013. Made a comeback with new members in 2015, and a third revamp in 2017.

February

  • 4 – Davichi (2008). [B2M Entertainment (a subsidiary of CJ E&M)]
  • 4 – Lip Service (2014). [Chorok Entertainment]  — Disbanded 16 Aug 2017.
  • 8 –  Spica (2012). [CJ E&M] — Disbanded as of February 2017.
  • 10 – ToHeart (2014). [SM Entertainment]
  • 10 – Rubber Soul (2015). [Happy Tribe Entertaiment & withHC]
  • 13 – Wonder Girls (2007). [JYP Entertainment] — Disbanded January 2017. Final song 10 February 2017.
  • 16 – EXID (2012). [Banana Culture Entertaiment]
  • 16 – Double S 301 (2016). [CI Entertainment and DSP Media]
  • 17 – Baechigi (2005). [YMC Entertainment (Since 2015 a subsidiary of Wellmade – now called Imagine Asia)]
  • 18 — Wable (2016). [MMO Entertainment]
  • 23 – ASTRO (2016). [Fantagio Entertainment]
  • 23 – VOISPER (2016). [Evermore Music]
  • 24 — Plan C (2015). [Creative About Entertainment]
  • 25 – Melody Day (2014). [Cre,Ker Entertainment (a subsidiary of LOEN Entertainment)]
  • 25 – Cosmic Girls (WJSN) (2016). [Starship Entertainment]
  • ? – Mighty Mouth (2008). [Almighty Records (their own label)]
  • ? – AOA Cream (2016) [FNC Entertainment]

March

  • 1 — Brown Eyed Girls (2006). [APOP/Mystic Entertaiment (owned by SM Ent.)]
  • 2 — Voisper (2016). [Evermore Music]
  • 3 — KNK (2016). [YNB Entertainment]
  • 3 — Mighty Mouth (2008). [Almighty Entertainment]
  • 4 — DGNA (The Boss) (2010). [Xing Entertainment]
  • 7 — Ladies Code (2013). [Polaris Entertainment]
  • 9 — GEEKS (2011). Louie and Lil Boi [Rainbow Bridge World]
  • 10 — Toheart (2014). [Woollim Entertainment (a subsidiary of SM Entertainment)]
  • 13 — SoReal (2014). [Star Empire Entertainment]
  • 14 — Troy (2014). [Brand New Music]
  • 15 — NU’EST (2012). [Pledis Entertainment]
  • 18 — V.O.S (2004). [Happy Face Entertainment (a subsidiary of Imagine Asia – formerly called Wellmade)]
  • 18 — JACE (2014). [Right Achievement Group]  — Note: Now only 2 members from 5.
  • 19 – CLC (2015). [CUBE Entertainment]
  • 20 – JJCC (2014). [Jackie Chan Group Korea]
  • 22 – BtoB (2012). [CUBE Entertainment]
  • 24 – Shinhwa (1998). [Shinhwa Company]
  • 24 – Badkidz (2014). [Zoo Entertainment]
  • 29 – Kara (2007). [Formerly DSP Media] — Hiatus? Believed to have disbanded in January 2016. Gyuri said in April 2016 they just went to different labels. 
  • 29 — Busker Busker (2012). Formerly Pinky Pinky which debuted in 2011. [Chungchun Music]

April

  • 4 – SEENROOT (2014). [Mun Hwa In (a subsidiary of LOEN Ent.)]
  • 6 – RaNia (2011). Rebranded as BP Rania in 2016. [DR Music]
  • 7 – Brave Girls (2011). [Brave Entertainment]
  • 7 – Akdong Musician (2014). [YG Entertainment]
  • 8 – EXO (2012). [SM Entertainment]
  • 8 – HIGH4 (2014). [N.A.P Entertainment]
  • 9 – NCT U (2016). [SM Entertainment]. 
  • 12 — The Ark (2015). [MK Entertainment]. — Disbanded March 2016.
  • 14 – Block B (2011). [Seven Seasons]
  • 14 – BASTARZ (2015) [Seven Seasons]
  • 15 – Sechs Kies (1997). [YG Entertainment]
  • 19 – Apink (2011). [Plan A Entertainment (owned by LOEN with their split from CUBE in 2015)]
  • 21 – B1A4 (2011). [WM Entertainment]
  • 21 – Oh My Girl/OMG  (2015). [WM Entertainment]
  • 22 – Bolbbalgan4 (2016). [Shofar Music]
  • 25 – History (2012). Disbanded May 2017. [FAVE Entertainment – formerly LOEN Tree Label (a subsidiary of LOEN Ent.)]
  • 27 – M.Fect (2015) [Midas Entertainment]
  • 29 – Girls’ Generation TTS (2012). [SM Entertainment]
  • 29 — Cupid (2015). [NARDA Entertainment] — KpG Note: also listed as debut date is 15 April 2015.
  • ?? — V.O.S (2004). [Happy Face Entertainment]
  • ?? – Mind U [formerly Acourve] (2017). [Starship Entertainmnt]

May

  • 1 – Triple H (2017) [CUBE Entertainment]
  • 3 — MIXX (2016). [Chiko Entertainment]. — Disbanded 16 March 2017.
  • 4 – VIXX (2012). [Jellyfish Entertainment]
  • 7 – Romeo (2015) [CT Entertainment]
  • 9 – Hello Venus (2012). [Fantagio]
  • 9 — MOXIE (2016). [Urban Entertainment]
  • 10 — ULALA Session (2012). [Urbane Company] — MIA since 2015
  • 14 – MONSTA X (2015). [Starship Entertainment (LOEN Ent owns 70% since December 2013)]
  • 17 – 2NE1 (2009). [YG Entertainment] — Disbanded January 2017.
  • 17 – Dynamic Duo (2004). [Amoeba Culture]
  • 18 — Sunny Days (2012). [Haeun Entertainment]
  • 19 – JJ Project (2012). [JYP Entertainment]
  • 20 – N.Flying (2015). [FNC Entertainment]
  • 22 – Berrygood (2014). [JTG Entertainment]
  • 24 — Togeworl (2013). [Mystic89]
  • 25 – SHINee (2008). [SM Entertainment]
  • 26 – Boyfriend (2011). [Starship Entertainment (LOEN Ent. owns 70% since December 2013)]
  • 27 – Super Junior 13 (2006). [SM Entertainment]
  • 27 — Drug Restaurant (formerly JJY Band). (2015). [C9 Entertainment]
  • 29 – Seventeen (2015). [Pledis Entertainment]
  • ? – MC The Max/Moon Child (2000). [Music&NEW, 325 E&C]

June

  • 1 — A-JAX (2012). [DSP Media]
  • 4 — SISTAR (2010). [Starship Entertainment (LOEN Ent. owns 70% since December 2013)] — Disbanded June 2017. 
  • 5 — Boys Republic (2013). [Happy Tribe Entertainment]
  • 7 — FT Island (2007). [FNC Entertainment]
  • 7 — Cross Gene (2012). [LOEN Entertainment]
  • 8 — SS501 (2005) [CI Entertainment] — On Hiatus since June 2010.
  • 9 — Infinite (2010). [Woollim Entertainment (owned by SM since 2013)}
  • 13 — BTS (2013). [Big Hit Entertainment]
  • 14 — Underdog (2013). [2Able Entertainment] — Disbanded 09 May 2017.
  • 18 — 4Minute (2009). [CUBE Entertainment] — Disbanded June 2016.
  • 16 — Orange Caramel (2010). [Pledis Entertainment] — Hiatus since 2014.
  • 18 — MAMAMOO (2014). [Rainbow Bridge World. RBW]
  • 23 — BIGFLO (2014). [Wan Entertainment & HO Company]
  • 24 — Crayon Pop (2012). [Chrome Entertainment] — Hiatus since October 2016.
  • 25 — Playback (2015). [Clear Compay (a subsidiary of Coridel Entertainment)]
  • 26 — HALO (2014) [HISTAR Entertaiment]
  • 28 — gu9udan (2016). [Jellyfish Entertainment]
  • 29 — CLON (1987). [*current label unknown*] —Hiatus since 2005.
  • ? — M&D/Midnight & Dawn (2011). [SM Entertainment]

July

  • 1 – missA (2010). [JYP Entertainment] — Hiatus since 2016.
  • 8 – B.I.G (2014). [GH Entertainment]
  • 9 – The LEGEND (2014). [SS Entertainment] — Disbanded after winning lawsuit in May 2017.
  • 9 – Girl’s Day (2010). [Dream Tea Entertainment (Since 2013 a subsidiary of Wellmade- now called Imagine Asia)]
  • 10 — NCT 127 (2016). [SM Entertainment]
  • 10 – Teen Top (2010). [TOP Media]
  • 11 – 2AM (2008). [JYP Entertainment} — Hiatus since 2015.
  • 11 – BESTie (2013). [YNB Entertainment]
  • 12 – BIGSTAR (2012). [Brave Entertainment (associated with YG Entertainment)]
  • 12 – Vromance (2016). [Rainbow Bridge World/ RBW]
  • 13 — The Lush (2013). [Oscar Entertainment] — MIA since 2013. Was supposed to have a comeback in 2015, but it didn’t happen.
  • 13 – VX (2015). [JJ Entertainment]
  • 18 – Ye-A (2014). [Shinhoo Entertainment]
  • 20 – WANNA.B (2015). [Zenith Media Contents]
  • 23 – Tahiti (2012). [DreamStar Entertainment]
  • 26 – TRAX (2004). [SM Entertainment]
  • 26 – AOA Black (2013). [FNC Entertainment] 
  • 28 – Homme (2010). [Big Hit Entertainment]
  • 28 – T-ara (2009). [MBK Entertainment] — Disbanding(?) 2017
  • 29 – AOA (2012). [FNC Entertainment]
  • ? – Urban Zakapa (2009). [Makeus Entertainment, Flexus Music]
  • ? – Unnies (2016). [LOEN Entertainment]

August

  • 1 — Red Velvet (2014). [SM Entertainment]
  • 2 — Supernova (2007). [Maroo Entertainment (a subsidiary of MBK Ent. Founded by Mnet Media: was a divison of CJ E&M until 2014)]
  • 2 — INX (2016). [NA Entertainment]
  • 5 — SNSD/Girls’ Generation (2007). [SM Entertainment]
  • 8 — WA$$UP (2013). [Mafia Records]
  • 8 — BlackPink (2016). [YG Entertainment]
  • 9 — EvoL (2012). [Stardom Ent. (formerly Brand New Stardom. Owned by HUNUS Ent. since July 2015)]
  • 12 — 9Muses (2012). [Star Empire Entertainment]
  • 12 — WINNER (2014). [YG Entertainment]
  • 14 — esNa (2014). [RBW Enetertainment]
  • 17 — Brand New (2015). [ABLE Entertainment]
  • 17 — Chocolat (2011). [Paramount Music] — Disbanded February 2017.
  • 17 — VIXX LR (2015). [Jellyfish Entertainment]
  • 19 — BigBang (2006). [YG Entertainment]
  • 19 — MASC (2016). [LL Holic Media]
  • 21 — Stellar (2011). [The Entertainment Pascal]
  • 24 — April (2015). [DSP Media] Why did you debut in August?? Why do you never release in April????
  • 25 — Royal Pirates (2013). Apple Eye Media & Entertainment Group]
  • 25 — Apeace [formerly Double B 21] (2011). [Universal Music & EMI]
  • 26 — Rhythm Power (2010). [Ameoba Culture]
  • 27 — NCT Dream (2016). [SM Entertainment]
  • 28 — U-KISS (2008). [NH Media (owned by Signal Entertainment Group)]
  • 28 — LABOUM (2014). [a joint venture of Nega Network and NH Media (NH is owned by Signal Entertainment Group)]
  • 28 — 4TEN. (2014) Rebranded in 2015 to POTEN. [Jungle Entertainment]
  • 30 — Fiestar (2012). [FAVE Entertainment – formerly LOEN Tree Label (a subsidiary of LOEN Ent.)]
  • ? — EVE (1998). [Sony BMG]

September

  • 3 — Unicorn (2015). [Cartoon Blue Company]
  • 4 — 2PM (2008). [JYP Entertainment] — Hiatus for enlistment.
  • 5 — f(x) (2009). [SM Entertainment]
  • 6 — Turbo (1995). [The Turbo Company]
  • 6 — 24K (2012). [Choeun Entertainment]
  • 7 — H.O.T (1996). [SM Entertainment]
  • 7 — Day6 (2015). [JYP Entertainment]
  • 8 — JYJ (2010). [C-JeS Entertainment]
  • 10 — UP10TION (2015). [TOP Media]
  • 14 — DIA (2015). [MBK Entertainment]
  • 15 — iKON (2015). [YG Entertainment]
  • 17 — OBROJECT (2014). [RBW]
  • 18 — 100% (2012). [TOP Media]
  • 18 — Hyukoh (2014). [HIGHGRND (a subsidiary of YG Ent.)]
  • 18 — Minx (2014). Rebranded as Dreamcatcher in Nov. 2016. [Happy Face Entertainment]
  • 21 — Sunny Hill (2007). [FAVE Entertainment – formerly LOEN Tree Label (a subsidiary of LOEN Ent.)]
  • 21 — 100% (2012). [TOP Media]
  • 22 — Offroad (2012). [S How Entertainment] — MIA since 2013
  • 27 – Lunafly (2012). [Nega Network]
  • 28 — A.Cian (2012). [Wings Entertainment]
  • 28 — Stellar (2011). [The Entertainment Pascal]
  • ? – Brown Eyed Soul (2013). [Santa Music]
  • ? – 5urprise (2013). Dissolved in 2017 when most members needed to enter mandatory enlistment. [Fantagio}
  • ? – MOBB/ Mino & Bobby (2016). [YG Entertainment]

October

  • 4 – Mr.Mr (2012). [Winning InSight Music, TH E&M] — Disbanded February 2017.
  • 5 – SF9 (2016). [FNC Entertainment]
  • 6 – Madtown (2014). [GNI Entertainment]
  • 6 — N.Sonic (2011). [C2K Entertainment] — Disbanded June 2017. Files in May 2016 for termination of contract with C2K. Wins lawsuit against C2K Entertainment 22 June 2017.
  • 7 — 15& (2012). [JYP Entertainment]
  • 10 – BUZZ (2003). [Santa Music]
  • 10 – Untouchable (2008). [TS Entertainment]
  • 10 – Pentagon (2016). [CUBE Entertainment]
  • 11– Highteen (2016). [Illusion Entertainment]
  • 11 — Gavy NJ (2005). [Good Fellas Entertainment]
  • 12 – Secret (2009). Debut performance was 16 Oct. [TS Entertainment]
  • 14 – DIA (2015). debut release 19 Oct. [MBK Entertainment]
  • 15 – MBLAQ (2009). [J. Tune and CJ E&M.] — Hiatus since 2015.
  • 16 – B2ST (2009). [CUBE Entertainment]. — Revamped to Highlight December 2016. See Highlight: March 20th.
  • 17 – BTOB-BLUE (2016). [CUBE Entertainment]
  • 20 – UNIQ (2014). [Starship Entertainment (LOEN Ent. owns 70% since December 2013)]
  • 20 – TWICE (2015). [JYP Entertainment]
  • 20 – Bulldok (2016). [Kconic Entertainment]
  • 20 — M.Crown (2015). [Starpro Entertainment]. Disbanded? Hiatus? Lost in the woods??
  • 21 – Epik High (2003) [YG Entertainment]
  • 22 – Touch (2010). MIA since 2015. [YYJ Entertainment]
  • 22 – ToppDogg (2013). [HUNUS Entertainment]
  • 22 – Big Brain (2015). [World Show Market]
  • 23 – D.Holic (2014). [Star Road Entertainment as of 2017]
  • 26 – M.I.B. (2011). [Jungle Entertainment (a subsidiary of Signal Entertainment Group)] — Disbanded January 2017.
  • 27 – MYNAME (2011). [H2 Media]
  • 28 – NRG (1997). [Music Factory Entertainment]
  • 29 – HOTSHOT (2014). [K.O Sound, Star Crew Entertainment]
  • 31 – VAV (2015). [A Team]
  • 31 – EXO-CBX (2016). [SM Entertainment]
  • ? – December (2009). [CS Happy Entertainment]

November

  • 3 – The EastLight (2016) [Media Line Entertainment]
  • 6 – Super Junior 12 (2005). [SM Entertainment]
  • 8 – Tritops (2007). [Van Leader Entertainment]
  • 9 – Gavy NJ (2005). [Good Fellas Entertainment, KW Entertainment]
  • 9 – Victon (2016). [Plan A Entertainment (owned by LOEN with their split from CUBE in 2015)]
  • 10 – MAP6 (2015). [Dream Tea Entertainment (Since 2013 a subsidiary of Wellmade – now called Imagine Asia)]
  • 10 – MOMOLAND (2016). [Duble Kick Company]
  • 14 – AlphaBAT (2013). Debuted first as a duo in Dec 2012. Moved to Japanese label Jakol Corp. in 2016. [W EntertainmentSimtong Entertainment, Jakol Corp.]
  • 14 – Rainbow (2009). [DSP Media] — Disbanded 12 November 2016.
  • 16 – I.C.E (2015). [HS Entertainment]
  • 16 – Snuper (2015). [WIDMAY Entertainment]
  • 17 – Lovelyz (2014). [Woollim Entertainment (owned by SM since 2013)]
  • 21 – Fly To The Sky (1999). [PFull Entertainment (H2 Media)]
  • 24 – S.E.S (1997). [SM Entertainment]
  • 25 – TroubleMaker (2011). [CUBE Entertainment] — Indefinite Hiatus.
  • 30 — Naughty Boys [formerly Pure Boys]. (2014). [Pure Entertainment]
  • 30 – Leessang (2001). [Leessang Company and Jungle Entertainment (a subsidiary of Signal Entertainment Group] — Assumed disbandment in April 2017.
  • ? – As One (1999).  [Brand New Music] — Indefinite hiatus as of June 2017.
  • ? – SuJu K.R.Y. (2006). [SM Entertainment]
  • ? – GD & TOP (2010). [YG Entertainment]
  • ? – GD x Taeyang (2014). [YG Entertainment]
  • ? – Hi Suhyun (2014). [YG Entertaintment]

December

  • 3 – HeartB (2014). Second debut was 05 May 2015. [Marblepop Entertainment]
  • 5 – Infinite F (2012). [Woollim Entertainment (owned by SM Ent.)]
  • 8 — B.Heart (2016). [Poong Entertainment]
  • 12 — Seeart (2016).  [Yama Hot Chicks Entertainment]
  • 15 – SJ D&E/Donghae & Eunhyuk (2011). [SM Entertainment]
  • 26 – DBSK/TVXQ (2003). Debut performance. (see January). [SM Entertainment]
  • 29 – Sonamoo (2014). [TS Entertainment]

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KpG NOTE: We tried to make this list as comprehensive as possible for current and active KPop groups. If you know of a group we missed, or if we have a date wrong then please let us know. When no official debut announcement could be found, we went with the date of their debut song release.

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