Musical brand

For the 52nd time in a row, BTS topped the boy group brand reputation rankings, followed by Seventeen

The Korea Institute for Corporate Reputation Research analyzed 64,687,855 boy group brand big data measured from August 10, 2022 to September 10, 2022, through consumer behavior analysis, and analyzed the boy group brand participation index, media index, communication index, and community index, with the results showing BTS ranked first, followed by SEVENTEEN and THE BOYZ. it was measured. Brand big data soared 9.13% in September from 59,275,122 in August.

In September 2022, the boy group brand reputation ranking ranked 30th: BTS, SEVENTEEN, THE BOYZ, NCT, MONSTA X, SUPER JUNIOR, EXO, WINNER, ASTRO, TOMORROW X TOGETHER, SHINee, BIGBANG, ENHYPEN, BTOB, INFINITE, Stray Kids, Highlight, 2 PM, ATEEZ, Shinhwa, Wanna One, ONF, Golden Child, TVXQ, Verivery, TREASURE, VIXX, GOT7, SF9, and PENTAGON were analyzed in order.

BTS members include Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook. Much of their own music is co-written and co-produced. Originally a hip-hop trio, they have now expanded their musical approach to include a variety of genres. Their lyrics frequently address mental health, the challenges of adolescence, grief, the path to self-love and individualism. Additionally, their work typically draws parallels with literary, philosophical, and psychological ideas and has an alternate in-universe plot.

The EP “17 Carat”, released by SEVENTEEN on May 26, 2015, became the longest-running K-pop album of the year in the United States and the only debut album to make Billboard’s “Top 10″ list. K – Pop Albums of 2015.” Four studio albums, twelve EPs and three reissues have all been released by SEVENTEEN. With the members actively engaging in composition, choreography, and many other facets of their music and performances, SEVENTEEN is considered a “self-producing” idol group.