These Are The 10 Female K-Pop Artists Who Gained The Most YouTube Subscribers In February

The top 3 are from the same group!

YouTube is one of the most important and popular platforms for K-Pop idols, as it’s where they share some of their most important content: music videos! Naturally, as groups’ popularities rise, so will their YouTube follower count. Here are the 10 female K-Pop artists who had the best numbers in February!

10. MAMAMOO

Last month, MAMAMOO saw a subscriber increase of 100,000, putting them at 5.4M subscribers overall.

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9. Sunmi

Sunmi is nearly at a million YouTube subscribers, and if she keeps gaining them like she did in February with 107,000 new subscribers, she’ll hit the million mark very soon!

8. aespa

SM Entertainment‘s newest girl group aespa gained 110,000 new subscribers, giving them a total of 1.4M.

7. ITZY

ITZY gained 150,000 new subscribers and now have 4.5M subscribers overall.

6. IU

IU’s YouTube channel, consisting of vlogs and music content, gained 200,000 subscribers. The soloist is at 5.4 million total subscribers.

5. HyunA

Iconic P Nation soloist HyunA gained 220,000 followers over the last month and currently has a total of 2.3 million.

4. TWICE

TWICE are JYP Entertainment’s most subscribed-to channel, having gained 310,000 subscribers in February to amount to a total of 10.1 million.

3. Jennie (BLACKPINK)

Jennie only started her personal YouTube channel in January, but she gained 820,000 in the last month alone! As of right now, she has 5.8 million subscribers.

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2. BLACKPINK

BLACKPINK are the girl group with the most subscribers, with a total of 57.7 million! Last month, they saw an increase of nearly a million more subscribers.

1. Lisa (BLACKPINK)

There’s no doubt that Lisa is currently one of the most famous K-Pop idols, and the numbers prove it: the Thai rapper gained over 1 million new subscribers on her personal channel to add up to a total of 6 million.

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Source: K-Pop Radar