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[K-Pop Battle] B2ST vs. B1A4

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2012.07.26 18:00 Mwave Nancy Lee

We’ve gone boy crazy for this week’s K-Pop Battle as we throw boy bands B2ST and B1A4 into the ring to fight it out for the title of K-Pop Star of the Week.

With B2ST’s recent return to the K-Pop world and B1A4 taking on the challenges of fatherhood on the newest season of KBS’ Hello Baby, we’re looking forward to seeing the boys in action, but we want to know which idol group you have your eyes set on at the moment.

[K-Pop Battle] B2ST vs. B1A4


B2ST made its comeback this month after a being away from the spotlight for over a year, and having solidified its status as one of the hottest K-Pop acts on the music scene through a string of hit songs like Shock and Fiction, the boys are out to have a little fun this time around.

Not only do the boys appear at ease as they party it up in the music video for their new single Beautiful Night, the B2ST members have expressed a newfound confidence that only comes with experience.

Going on three years since their debut, rookies they are not.

[K-Pop Battle] B2ST vs. B1A4


It has only been a year since B1A4 made its debut, but after successfully taking on the competitive K-Pop music market with songs Beautiful Target and Baby I’m Sorry, the boys have proved they are prepared to face any challenge, including fatherhood.

B1A4 is the next idol group to take center stage on KBS’ Hello Baby. You know you’re headed in the right direction when you’re following in the footsteps of highly popular idol groups like Girls’ Generation (SNSD), SHINee, T-ara and SISTAR, all whom the show has previously featured.

While it’s still too early to judge the boys’ skills in the parenting department, members Jin Young and Baro have proved their songwriting and music composition talent in latest single Good Night Baby.

Who will win this week’s boy band battle? You decide.

Photo credit: Cube, WM Entertainment

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