[Poll] Which Male Idol Group Will Rule March?
The winter cold has finally loosened its death grip on Seoul, and this month is only expected to get hotter with the rush of boy band comebacks.
And the timing couldn’t be better because we all know March is all about the ladies (hello White Day).
SHINee, CN Blue, B.A.P and Teen Top are already well into their comeback promotions, while Shinhwa and Infinite will be throwing their hats into the ring in the coming weeks.
So, in light of the boy band bum-rush, we want to know which male idol group will rise above the rest this month.
With White Day fast approaching, Teen Top couldn’t have picked a better time to come back with new single Miss Right.
Teen Top returned with its first studio album No. 1 at the end of last month, and with the album flying off of shelves, the boys are certainly well on their way to reaching the top.
All they have to worry about now is finding Miss Right among the sea of girls with long, straight hair in Korea.
B.A.P marched back onto the K-Pop scene, armed and ready with new single One Shot, and they’re taking no prisoners.
The rookie idol group invaded Seoul last month with a sold-out show, and they’re definitely here to stay.
B.A.P may have had a busy 2012, but we don’t expect the idol group to be slowing down in 2013.
Following the release of its highly successful album Re:BLUEin January, CN Blue will take off on its 2013 CN Blue Blue Moon World Tour in Taiwan next month.
The group will be traveling far and wide this year, and the tour is growing by the day as FNC has announced more dates will be added in the coming weeks.
CN Blue may be singing I’m Sorry, but their success is definitely nothing to be apologetic about.
SHINee currently has K-Pop fans in a daze with latest single Dream Girl.
From the top of the music charts to music program wins, the SHINee members are living the dream once again and we’re sure neither they nor their fans ever want to wake up.
Mixing up the dance idol group scene is K-Pop′s representative ballad group, 2AM, who held its comeback showcase for new album One Spring Day on March 4.
The boys are coming back just in time for the spring season to sweeten the air with their smooth voices.
The album is set for a March 5 release.
Joining the boy band parade this month is U-Kiss, who began releasing teaser images of its members at the end of February.
All of the members, including AJ, who has been focusing on his studies, have regrouped for the comeback, and U-Kiss′ new album, Collage, which includes title track Standing Still, is set to drop on March 7.
Will they cause a standstill on the K-Pop scene?
After flying solo the last few months, the Infinite members will soon regroup as well for a comeback.
Although the group was stingy with the details at its recent fan meeting, it revealed a teaser hinting at a comeback as fans hung on to every second of the video clip.
All we know is that it’s about time for an Infinite comeback.
2013 marks a huge year for Shinhwa, as the boy band celebrates 15 years together. And the boys are definitely doing it big this year, kicking off the celebrations with a (sold-out) 15th anniversary concert in Seoul on March 16 and 17 as well as a new album.
After making a successful comeback last year with Venus, will Shinhwa show the boys how the men do it once again?
The male idol groups are dominating March, but which boy band will rule March? Let us know by voting!
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