Maybe the results will take you by surprise.
Since the order to limit the Korean wave of culture was enforced by the Chinese government, many Korean artists and management companies have lost a huge market. A series of collaborative projects were stopped indefinitely, Korean stars could no longer appear on TV shows, go on tours, perform or receive advertising contracts from China.
The limitation itself has led to a decline in the reputation of idols, especially the new generation of idol groups. So, are you curious that which girl groups and female group members are still supported by Chinese fans?
A statistic shows that many fans in China are still active in KPOP fanbases, finding ways to follow their bias’s career.
Here is a list of the fanbases of the 3rd gen female artists that have most Chinese fans.
TOP 10 FANBASE OF GIRL GROUP MEMBER
Rank 1: IreneBar 817,000 registered fans
Rank 2: JoyBar 461,000 registered fans
Rank 3: SeulgiBar 337,000 registered fans
Rank 4: LisaBar 330,000 registered fans
Rank 5: JennieBar 227,000 registered fans
Rank 6: JisooBar registered 215,000 fans
Rank 7: RoséBar 148,000 registered fans
Rank 8: TzuyuBar 137,000 registered fans
Rank 9 WendyBar 101,000 registered fans
Rank 10: NayeonBar 85,000 registered fans
TOP 3 FANBASE OF GIRL GROUP
Rank 1: BlackPinkBar 993,000 registered fans
Rank 2: RedVelvetBar 846,000 registered fans
Rank 3: TWICEBar 550,000 registered fans
Are you surprised by this result?