2021 was a year for K-pop nostalgia, as 2PM, 2AM, T-ara and Brave Girls racked up views, awards and appearances and Girls’ Generation members hinted at a comeback

//2021 was a year for K-pop nostalgia, as 2PM, 2AM, T-ara and Brave Girls racked up views, awards and appearances and Girls’ Generation members hinted at a comeback

2021 was a year for K-pop nostalgia, as 2PM, 2AM, T-ara and Brave Girls racked up views, awards and appearances and Girls’ Generation members hinted at a comeback

In 2021, young and recently formed K-pop acts had some of the year’s major hits. The year also saw the return of some older acts, driven by nostalgia.This interest in music from the past was focused on artists from the so-called second generation of K-pop, active from around 2007 to 2015. Acts who haven’t released music for several years saw songs from several years ago gain renewed attention, giving K-pop in 2021 an odd timelessness.The nostalgia wave began with Brave Girls’ resurgence in…

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