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Mnet Reveals Unreleased 2018 MAMA Awards Photo Showcasing Legendary 3rd Generation Idol List Together

From soloists, third-generation groups and an actor, this is truly a legendary photo!

At the end of the month, K-Pop fans around the world will band together to watch the annual edition MOM awardswhere the achievements of idols for a given year are celebrated. This year is no exception, with announcements of participants and performances that excite fans.

Of course when MOM awards season is coming, it’s the perfect time for internet users to take a trip into the past and look at the events of the past. In particular, one of the most iconic shows took place in 2018 when the event was held in Hong Kong.

Along with some iconic performances, including BTS, MOMand TWICEit was also an awards ceremony full of K-Pop’s biggest stars and definitely a third generation idol event.

BTS “IDOL” performance | Mnet K-Pop/YouTube

MAMAMOO performance “Egotistic” and “Starry Night” | Mnet K-Pop/YouTube

TWICE miss A cover “Bad Girl Good Girl” | Mnet K-Pop/YouTube

Well, it looks like netizens are really taking a trip back in time after an unpublished photo of the event was posted on social media.

A Facebook post on the “Idol Issue” page shared a new photo of the event and explained that the photo was first published, listing some of the iconic celebrities in the image.

MAMA 2018 behind-the-scenes photo first published today.jpg
GOT7 SEVENTEEN Wanna One BTS Roy Kim Song Joong Ki Lee Mikyung (CJ Vice President) Tiger JK Yoon Mirae.

– The idol question

The photo shared shows a group of iconic third-generation stars and idols in photos taken before or after the event.

| Idol Edition/Facebook

In the crowd, netizens noticed, among others, bts, JK Tiger, you want one, GOT7, SEVENTEENand even an actor Song Joong Ki who hosted the event.

When the photos were shared on social media, netizens couldn’t stop sharing their excitement. Many fans shared concerns that new idols are concerned about interactions for fear of fandom wars, but added that this time was the peak of idol interactions without any concerns.

Even though four years have passed since that event, the new photo has brought back memories for many fans, showcasing some of the hottest K-Pop groups of the time.

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