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K-pop Boy Group’s 2023 debut list raises expectations – which agencies will release new songs?

The lineup of K-pop boy groups that debuted in 2023 has recently become a hot topic on the Internet and has aroused emotions among people. Continue reading to find out which entertainment companies plan to release new acts next year.

K-pop Boy Group’s 2023 debut list stirs emotions – which agencies will present new acts?

Twenty Twenty-Two (2022) is considered a year for girls’ K-pop groups, with many powerful female groups making their debut in the music industry. In recent months, new bands such as IVE, LE SSERAFIM, NewJeans, Kep1er and others have left their mark with their releases and dominated the charts around the world.

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K-pop Boy Group’s 2023 debut list raises expectations – which agencies will release new songs?

Now, 2023 is only two months away from us, and with the new year there is always something new to come. In the K-pop industry, there are new K-pop boy groups lining up for debut.

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K-pop Boy Group’s 2023 debut list raises expectations – which agencies will release new songs?

This year, major entertainment agencies have already announced their plans to launch new bands in 2023. Most labels are currently preparing to launch male idol groups in the coming year, sparking the impatience of K-pop fans.

One such company is SM Entertainment, which plans to debut with a new NCT sub-unit that will consist of Sungchan, Shotaro and the new male SM ROOKIES.

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Next year, JYP Entertainment is also expected to launch male artists such as a group made up of “LOUD” survival trainees and new interns, as well as a boy version of NiziU.

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A new boy group K-pop from Big Hit Music, headquarters of BTS and TXT, will also make their debut in 2023. The group will consist of Trainee A members who are currently active on YouTube.

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K-pop Boy Group’s 2023 debut list raises expectations – which agencies will release new songs?

Fantagio, which houses ASTRO and Weki Meki, is also to prepare a new group of male idols, and rumors say that the group will include Noh Sung Chul, who previously competed in Mnet “I-LAND”.

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K-pop Boy Group’s 2023 debut list raises expectations – which agencies will release new songs?

Male interns at KQ Entertainment are also expected to make their debut next year. The trainees, collectively known as KQ Fellaz, were revealed as early as August last year.

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K-pop Boy Group’s 2023 debut list raises expectations – which agencies will release new songs?

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Other entertainment companies that plan to launch new K-pop boy groups in 2023 include PLEDIS Entertainment, CUBE Entertainment, KOZ Entertainment, MNH Entertainment, and CJeS Entertainment.

In addition, in 2023, the Mnet survival program “Boy Planet” will be broadcast, which will also broadcast a new group of male idols.

Which K-pop boy group debut are you looking forward to?

How will K-Netizens react to the 2023 K-pop Boy Group lineup?

With the idea that many new K-pop boy groups will debut in 2023, people can’t help but express their excitement. Below are some of the reactions from internet users:

“KQ trainees, I hope they make it.”

“It will be fun when new male idols make their debut and existing boy bands return.”

“I’m really looking forward to the KOZ group.”

“I think HYBE will launch three groups next year.”

“I’m looking forward to the Pledis boys group.”

– What about YG?

“Next year will be the year of boys’ groups.”

“I’m looking forward to the boys’ group Pledis and Zico.”

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With a script by Maria Scott

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