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I'd love to hear what group names you think get a bad rap, or the names that only stuff easily, I don't even need to say BTOB Kpop, therefore I think it's a good name. April, Hint still the worst name I remember I've ever seen is Girls Girls.


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I'd love to hear what group names you think get a bad rap, or the names that only stuff easily, I don't even need to say BTOB Kpop, therefore I think it's a good name. April, Hint still the worst name I remember I've ever seen is Girls Girls.


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If we judged group names on what their letters stood for, I don't think we'd like most groups. I think my issue with a lot of kpop names these days is that they tend to be more flashy and trendy than conceptual. Off the top of my head, I can remember the Pops in Seoul interview with Jessica and Tiffany where they talked about being upset about their name. Stray Kids is cringey due to "kids", which isn't a name that grows well when it no longer applies. I remember when Red velvet first came, even when you seached Red velvet kpop there'd still be a lot of cake results. I saw someone mention the group Favorite in here which is a good example: they have good songs but not super memorable, and their concepts don't stick out to me immediately. If they come through with a huge bop and a cool concept one day though, this story will change, but for now it just seems plain and almost uninviting. Lovelyz is really good too and really fits the group's theme a lot. I remember f x getting mixed reactions. Super Junior haven't been "junior" for a pretty damn long time and I don't think Stray Kids is going to age that well when they're all over In sj's case maybe you already know this srrrrry they were meant to be a revolving group of sm's youngest trainees. It's definitely like an "almost adult but not a little kid anymore" age which works for Kpop. I wish there were some stat saying how many people have been mislead by names like Seventeen and 9Muses. Seventeen also has the benefit of the magazine. Sf9 already has a backup meaning. This reminded me of an old k pop infographic , at the bottom it separated group names into several usual themes. That's very true. Let's investigate. Sure there are confusing names that I'm like "??? Simple with little explanation needed. From looking at the first two, going the "3 letter" route seems like the best path to success! Bad example on my part. Music Boys Live in Absolute Quality. Sometimes a letter or number is added, but those also can unnecessarily complicate a name as well, so it's something that should be done cautiously. I tried looking up member profiles for Super Rookie last week. In English it's more common or isn't unusual for people to call women even of SNSD's current age "girl" although some would say it's a little problematic for other reasons. Searchability is a big factor, imo. On colors, I remember seeing an interview about J rock group Orange Range, that they wanted a color in their name since it would instantly add the emotions attached to that color, giving the audience an easy feel for the group. Of course a lot of it is subjective, and some names are lost in translation, but for the most part there are some naming conventions that companies could follow to help their groups be more memorable and friendly to the public.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Wasn't Beast originally stylized as something like "B2ST"? Girls' Generation as an English group name is pretty much fine. I didn't even know Teen Top stood for anything?? Searchability is key. Sure they have their unit system, but they don't lean on it as much as exo did early on. A name should give you an idea of what the group is all about, like how Dreamcatcher reflects their alternative darker concept. G -idle is one of the worse. Exactly what I came in to say. Multiple names need to apply the same principles as above and avoid being "cringey". Top that with their name, and I think that makes their name a bad choice. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Twitter Discord Plug. Question them, sure, but some folks are really out here upset and whiny about how weird a name is. I came here to answer exactly the same. Did we somehow run out of passable names? Ha, VIXX came to my mind also. Are you seriously going to tell me that you named your group Seventeen when you didn't even know how many members were going to be in it? I'd love to hear what group names you think get a bad rap, or the names that only you seem to be bothered by. Favorite, Hashtag, Rainbow, April, Hint Never forget History. I tend to think that anytime the group's concept, name included, relies heavily on the number of ppl in the group, you're playing a dangerous game. It's hard to stand out if your name is hard to search in both Korean and English. Meaning, there are no specific rules or outlines for a good group name, there are just some names that are going to sound good to people, roll of the tongue well, ect. Nothing really intriguing. Either way, unless you're both confident in your counting abilities and your ability to not lose a bunch of members, you should probably stay away from referencing the number of people. On the other hand you have 4minute which always had five members until they broke up, that also led to confusion. Or maybe it's more like a "I didn't think I'd get this far" thing. Red Velvet 5. I don't know if it's just me, but I feel like every time a new group comes out nowadays, the first reaction everyone has is, "Hype, but I don't really like their name tho. I feel like your post is saying that numbers are bad if it's not referring to the number of members, because otherwise, it causes confusion. Versus "Listen to this group Wee-kee Mee-kee" The hell is that? Apink 3. With K-pop it's the same thing, whether that's stage names or group names as a whole. In kpop though, groups tend not to have one cohesive vision because they do all kinds of styles, messages, etc, and it can take time for a group's identity to form or it can not happen at all. Though names are relative. Groups like 9 muses with 9 members and exo 2 units of 6 members , for example, had their basic group concept shook by member exits. I remember when I first heard of a group called Big Bang, it sounded soo try hard esp with that swag image. I never really followed them closely back then, but i distinctly remember my brain trying to pronounce B2ST as something like "bah-too-st". For this reason I like Blackpink. For some reason I cant think of boy group names like this at the moment. Two examples: I remember when everyone hated the name Red Velvet and found it cringey and embarrassing, now you see the name brought up all the time for what are examples of good group names. I'm gonna continue to think that. The weirder the name, the better for an industry like pro wrestling where you need to be remembered for a lot of things including your own name. Something that rolls off the tongue and you can give a meaning to, even if the meaning you derive from it is incorrect, it's still an association which helps make it memorable and differentiate from others. I do like the current trend of unique words like Pristin, Gugudan in English since it is easy to search. The name sounds so simple, but I think it really works with them. Unless the name is something wacky like Weki Meki or awkward and impractical like G I-dle, I think its best to give names time cos who knows what the group will build the name into. It's when the group isn't doing anything special or extraordinary and have plain names as well that's when it's a problem for me. Searching tags on the other hand, or even just searching a reddit post, is a nightmare in comparison. I guess you don't want to limit yourself by choosing a really specific name before you know where the group will be going, but it seems like companies are really just throwing groups out there with the most meaningless names Simple and easy. PS: spelling. If those members had left in the first year and a half This also applies to names that involve the group's age range in the title. Simple one word terms are generally best. SNSD loved their name actually, before they debuted they said the company was going to give them another name completly but when they decided to call them "so nyeo shi dae" they were extremly happy and grateful for their name since they expected to have a cool english name but the company gave them a Korean and I think they were the first kpop groupe to have a korean name ironic isn't it. And we haven't actually had 9 muses in 9Muses since These names definitely feel like a "it seemed like a good idea at the time" sort of deal. Girls' Generation is a bit different since it started as what might be an embarrasing name, but their career and legacy built it into something iconic. What gives? Are we all blinded by nostalgia? Both TVXQ and SNSD members have talked about how they absolutely hated and cried over their group names back when they were chosen but most people praise their names nowadays. Soshi 2. No they did not. Sometimes there is no explaining exactly why that is. Red Velvet is okay but you do sometimes have to add kpop or you just get the cake not a big deal. The nice thing about groups like Seventeen is that the name really has nothing to do with the number of members. So like sm rookies and nct dreams's spiritual predecessors. I feel like part of the problem with 2NE1 was just how confusing it is to pronounce like the number or like "to anyone". And of course this all happens after the name is already chosen. Bangtan Boys doesn't work well internationally, so they go by BTS mostly.