The theory of female idol generation that the opinions are still different…

1st generation

Baby V.O.X (1997)
S.E.S. (1997)
Fin.K.L (1998)

1.5 generation

Jewelry (2001)

2nd generation

Wonder Girls (2007)
KARA (2007)
Girls’ Generation (2007)

2.5 generation

Sistar (2010)
Girl’s Day (2010)
Apink (2011)

3rd generation

Red Velvet (2014)
TWICE (2015)

(G)I-DLE (2018)
IZ*ONE (2018)
ITZY (2019)

Is this 3.5 generation or 4th generation?

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1. 4th generation will begin after the BLACKPINK, TWICE, and Red Velvet era ends

2. 3.5 generation

3. Isn’t it 4th generation?

4. In fact, BLACKPINK, TWICE, and Red Velvet are still too popular, so it’s 3.5 generation

5. There is no standard for dividing generations

6. Why are there no f(x) and T-ara?

7. 3.5 because 3rd generation girl groups are still too popular

8. Aespa and STAYC are 4th generation girl groups..? I don’t think there is a group that has opened up to the 4th generation yet…

9. Where are Miss A and 2NE1…?

10. The industry says it is 4th generation

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