In this post, I will be talking about the idols of the ’97-line! The featured Korean and Japanese idols will be turning or have turned 21 years old (international age) this year! Do not forget to check out the featured idols in past age-line posts!
Check out my first Produce 48 post here! The last episode of Produce 48 aired on August 31, 2018. I do not have much to say about the final episode, but I can see why its ratings were much lower than the last episodes of Produce 101 Seasons 1 and 2. Some people argued it… Continue Reading
Produce 48 is the third season of the competition survival series, “Produce 101.” Ninety-six Japanese and Korean trainees compete for one of the 12 spots on the final debuting team. This team will be simultaneously promoting in South Korea and Japan for two years. The show has already aired seven episodes and had its first… Continue Reading
This time, we will be featuring the ’95-ers! These Japanese and Korean idols will be turning 23 years old (international age) this year! Do not forget to check out the featured idols in past age-line posts!
Here are my favourite Korean, Chinese, and Japanese comebacks from May 2018!
Produce 48 is the fourth official installment of the “Produce 101” series (including Produce 101 China). This show is a collaboration between MNET and the AKB48 franchise where Korean and Japanese trainees come together to form a group that will promote in both countries for 2.5 years. The show will air starting June 15, 2018.
Finally, it is time to feature the idols that share the same birth year as me! These Korean and Japanese idols will be turning 24 years old (international age) this year! Also, you can check out the featured idols from previous age-line posts!