ENHYPEN Aim To Be K-Pop’s Next Global Name: ‘We Want Fans & The Public To Think Of Us’
Securing yourselves as one of the top-selling acts in one of the biggest music markets in the world in a year would be more than satisfactory for most artists—but ENYHPEN is aiming way bigger.
Since their official debut onto the music scene in November 2020, ENHYPEN has taken the international fandom that watched how 23 K-pop hopefuls whittled into the seven-member boy band they are today and kept a close and open dialogue. Members Jungwon, Jay, Sunghoon, Jake, Heeseung, Sunoo and Ni-ki have spoken about their hope to turn their stories as next-generation pop stars into “music that everyone can relate to” and in one year have connected with an increasingly growing and global audience.
Taking a moment to recount their first year together—that’s included earning South Korea’s ninth-biggest-selling album …
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