K-Pop Debuts That Didn’t Happen As It Was Originally Planned


Sometimes, things just don’t happen the way we planned.

The same can be said for K-Pop groups and their debut plans. Some of the most well known K-Pop idol groups actually weren’t planned the way they look today, meaning they had different lineups.

You can check some of them out below.

 

BTS

BTS was actually meant to be a hip-hop group, and not a K-Pop idol group.

K-Pop Debuts That Didn’t Happen As It Was Originally Planned

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K-Pop Debuts That Didn’t Happen As It Was Originally Planned

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BIGBANG

BIGBANG was actually supposed to be just G-Dragon and Taeyang. G-Dragon was also even initially against the idea of SeungRi (former member), DaeSung, and T.O.P joining the group.

K-Pop Debuts That Didn’t Happen As It Was Originally Planned

YG Entertainment

K-Pop Debuts That Didn’t Happen As It Was Originally Planned

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BLACKPINK

PINK PUNK was supposed to be nine-member girl group under YG Entertainment. Of course, things didn’t go according to plan and we now know them today as a four-member girl group, BLACKPINK.

K-Pop Debuts That Didn’t Happen As It Was Originally Planned

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