Kard Hits 1 Million Subscribers On Youtube Even Before Debut

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KARD hits 1 million subscribers on YouTube even before debut
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KARD hits 1 million subscribers on YouTube even before debut

KARD has hit 1 million subscribers on YouTube.

The group has not even debuted yet, but they've been churning out hits with their 3-level debut project. Their official debut song "Hola Hola" is already highly anticipated, and they've hit 1 million subscribers.

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You can subscribe to KARD here if you haven't yet.

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Big Hit Entertainment hits over 5 million subscribers on YouTube
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Big Hit Entertainment hits over 5 million subscribers on YouTube

Big Hit Entertainment has garnered over 5 million subscribers on their official YouTube channel.

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With its consistent efforts and work, the company was able to hit over 5 million subscribers for the channel. 

Over the past week, the channel gained nearly 320,000 subscribers. The subscription numbers jumped rapidly after BTS started releasing the "Love Yourself" highlight reels. Back in January, the channel had around 2.2 million subscribers, so Big Hit's subscription total has more than doubled in a little under 8 months.

Big Bang hits 8 million subscribers on YouTube
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Big Bang hits 8 million subscribers on YouTube

Big Bang has 8 million subscribers on YouTube.

Big Bang's channel is the most-subscribed single K-pop group channel on YouTube (the most subscribed K-pop channel is SMTOWN, which is for all their groups). The group has just hit 8 million subscribers, an amazing feat for the group.

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Big Bang's channel was started in October 2005, and has a total of 3,908,766,013 views (at time of writing). 

Super Junior Members Share Recent Group Photo, ‘Sorry Sorry’ Hits 75 Million Views On YouTube
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Super Junior Members Share Recent Group Photo, ‘Sorry Sorry’ Hits 75 Million Views On YouTube

Super Junior is one of the defining factors in the history of K-Pop. It must be a long time since fans see the members being in one frame. Recently, Super Junior members were reunited and display their unbreakable bond in the most recent group photo shared by each member.

It's not an easy thing to do for the whole personnel of Super Junior to gather in one place. But eventually, the whole gang, except Ryeowook and Kangin, managed to set aside their personal matters to just catch up and take a picture together. Ryeowook is still serving in the military, while Kangin recently received a court sentence for driving under influence.

BTS hits over 5 million subscribers on 'V'
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BTS hits over 5 million subscribers on 'V'

BTScontinues to show how amazing they are.

The group is now the first group on 'V' to reach over 5 million subscribers. It's not surprising, considering the boys upload something for their fans very regularly, and have their weekly 'Run' episodes for fans to enjoy.

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Congratulations to BTS. You can check out their channel here.

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