Which Klassic K-pop Girl Group Matches Your Personality?

Take this quiz to find out which group's style and image matches your personality!

George Labropoulos
On Mar 29, 2017

How would you describe yourself?

How would you describe your taste in music?

Do you prefer groups/singers that constantly redefine their image and music or are you more into acts that stick to their trademark style and sound?

Which is your favourite K-pop Girl Group?

What's your ideal number of members in a K-pop group?

Which do you think is the most important quality for an Idol Group member?

What type of songs do you prefer?

When it comes to artistic concepts, which do you prefer?

Which is your favourite Soloist?

Which is your favourite colour?

Girls' Generation

Girls' Generation

Girls' Generation sort a sweet image and are known for their bubbly songs. Their concepts are usually girly but also fun and even sexy. They are arguably one of the most popular and succesful K-girl groups and even became the first girl group to have a music video hit more than 100 million views on YouTube ("Gee"). Their fame doesn't stop in Korea as they have claimed international prizes such as the Video of the Year award at the 2012 YouTube Music Awards. They are widely succesful in both Korea and Japan, and have also released singles in China and America with Mandarin track "Find Your Soul" and the English single "The Boys" respectively, the latter they performed on "The Late Show With David Letterman" and "Live! With Kelly." Trademark songs include "Gee" , "Oh!" and "The Boys".

Wonder Girls

Wonder Girls

Known to many outside of Asia, Wonder Girls very likely served as an introduction to K-pop for many Americans. The retro-influenced act, after achieving domestic popularity, garnered much attention in the West when they hit No. 76 on the Billboard Hot 100 with the English version of their Korean hit "Nobody" , holding the record of the highest-charting Korean act on the Billboard Hot 100 charts that was only ever broken three years later by PSY and "Gangnam Style". In light of said unexpected success, Wonder Girls' label had the group leave Korea at the height of their popularity to focus on learning U.S. culture in order to increase their popularity in the United States. While the girls toured America with the Jonas Brothers, released a TeenNick movie and even sang a duet with Stevie Wonder, a collaboration with Akon ("Like Money") they never managed to release a U.S. album and eventually returned home where the group earned two more K-Pop Hot 100 No. 1s. Trademark songs include "Nobody" , "2 Different Tears" and "Be My Baby".

2NE1

2NE1

With a musical style that opts for attitude-heavy hip-hop, EDM and reggae instead of the usual bubblegum pop, the quartet stood out in K-pop for their fierce attitude and edgy fashion. Along with Wonder Girls and Girls' Generation, the group helped spread Korean girl groups popularity internationally, eventually becoming the first female act to hold solo U.S. concerts. They managed to establish handy conncections in the Western music industry, like will.i.am -- who featured them on his "#willpower" LP -- and designer Jeremy Scott, the girls cultivated an impressive American fanbase that sent their new album "Crush" to No. 61 on the Billboard 200 -- the highest-charting record for all K-pop acts on the albums charts. Trademark songs include "I Don't Care" , "I Am the Best" and "Ugly".

T-ara

T-ara

This K-pop girl group has achieved No. 1s in Korea (three on the K-Pop Hot 100), Japan (one on the Japan Hot 100), made their debut on the domestic-based World Albums chart in 2015 and officially debuted in China last year. The groups is known as the "Chameleons" of K-pop for their ever-changing style and image. Their versatile discography included retro-influenced songs, powerful ballads, electronic as well as EDM-focused songs and, of course, some fo the most iconic choreographies for their dance tracks. Trademark songs include "Roly-Poly" , "Cry Cry" and "Lovey-Dovey".

4Minute

4Minute

After a career filled with countless powerful tracks and two albums in the top five spots of Billboard’s World Album chart, 4Minute disbanded earlier this year. Since debuting with “Hot Issue” on June 15 2009, 4Minute established themselves as a groundbreaking girl group that stood out within the industry, both through their aggressive songs and their fierce attitude that always accompanied their performances. Trademark songs include "Hot Issue" , "Muzik" and "HuH".

SISTAR

SISTAR

Known as "digital-selling monsters" in Korea, quartet SISTAR has become one of the most consistent groups in K-pop, with hit single after hit single elevating them towards the top of the K-pop girl group rankings. Since the K-Pop Hot 100 introduction in late 2011, SISTAR has the most No. 1s of any group (four) . SISTAR is a characteristic example of how valuable a girl group can be when each member has charms and skills that can help boost and further their popularity not only as individual celebrities but as a group as well. Trademark songs include "So Cool" , "Alone" and "Loving U"

miss A

miss A

miss A is a South Korean-Chinese girl group based in South Korea. miss A made their official debut in South Korea on July 1 with their single "Bad Girl Good Girl." miss A received first place in the on KBS Music Bank, becoming the fastest girl group to take the #1 spot on a music show. trademark songs include "Bad Girl Good Girl" , "Good Bye Baby" and "Touch".

f(x)

f(x)

f(x) was first introduced as a five-member dance-focused pop group in a teaser clip released on August 24, 2009. Their debut single "LA chA TA" was released on September 1. f(x) has been recognised for their experimental style and, electropop-influenced sound. They are one of the most recognized K-pop groups internationally, becoming the first K-pop act to perform at SXSW. Their second album, Pink Tape, was the only K-pop album on US music channel Fuse's '41 Best Albums of 2013'. Trademark songs include "Nu ABO" , "Pinochhio (Danger)" and "Hot Summer".