The Best K-pop Boy Groups With 7 Members

Here are the best Kpop boy groups with seven members, ranked by fans everywhere. While some groups, like BTS and Got7, have always featured a seven-member lineup, others went through several lineup changes, but have released music as seven, like iKON and 2PM. From first generation boy groups to new and recent artists, this list of 7-member boy groups features some of the greatest Kpop boy groups of all time, like Monsta X, Block B, and SuperM.

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  • 1
    1,965 VOTES
    Photo: Big Hit Entertainment

    Members: RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook

    Debut Year: 2013

    By now, the whole world has heard of BTS. In addition to releasing chart-topping hits and breaking global records, BTS also contributes to many humanitarian efforts, most recently donating $1 million to Black Lives Matter. From performing at the Grammy's to speaking at the United Nations, the Bangtan Boys have had a worldwide impact, and aren't slowing down anytime soon. 

    • Labels: Big Hit Music (HYBE Labels)
    1,965 votes
  • 2
    1,248 VOTES
    Photo: JYP Entertainment

    Members: JB, Mark, Jackson, Jinyoung, Youngjae, BamBam, and Yugyeom

    Debut Year: 2014

    Got7 first when viral when their music video for song "Just Right," which featured the members of the band shrunken down cutely dancing to. From the angsty "If You Do" to there more recent synth pop "Lullaby," Got7 has played around with many genres with their productions. Got7 is a multicultural K-pop group with Mark hailing from America, Jackson from Hong Kong, and Bambam from Thailand. Because of this, the group is able to sell out concerts and tours all across the world.

    • Labels: JYP Entertainment (formerly)
    1,248 votes
  • 3
    801 VOTES
    Photo: Starship Entertainment

    Members: Shownu, Minhyuk, Kihyun, Hyungwon, Jooheon, and I.M (Former member: Wonho)

    Debut Year: 2015

    Known for their hard-hitting bangers and international collaborations, Monsta X is a powerhouse. Their English-language album, All About Luv, debuted at number five on the US Billboard 200. In October 2019, Wonho was kicked out of the group due to a financial scandal, but was later signed by Starship's Highline Entertainment after the charges were cleared. As six, Monsta X is still a force to be reckoned with. 

    • Labels: Starship Entertainment
    801 votes
  • 4
    659 VOTES


    Photo: SM Entertainment

    Members: Taemin, Kai, Baekhyun, Taeyong, Mark, Ten and Lucas​​​​​​ 

    Debut Year: 2019

    One of the most popular K-pop supergroups, SuperM features some of the best male artists ever. They became the first Korean act to debut at number one on the Billboard 200 with their self-titled EP. In April 2020, SuperM held a live online concert to viewers from more than 109 countries. 

    • Labels: SM Entertainment, Capitol Music Group
    659 votes
  • 5
    670 VOTES
    Photo: YG Entertainment

    Members: Bobby, Jay, Ju-ne, Song, DK and Chan (Former member: B.I.)

    Debut Year: 2015

    iKON debuted to many rookie of the year awards. "Love Scenario" and "My Type" were both extremely successful songs, topping the charts and showing the diversity of iKON's music. In 2019, the group's leader B.I left the group after being involved in a drug scandal. As six, they released their third EP, I Decide, in February 2020.

    • Labels: YG Entertainment
    670 votes
  • 6
    372 VOTES
    Photo: IST Entertainment

    Members: Seungwoo, Seungsik, Heochan, Sejun, Hanse, Byungchan, and Subin

    Debut Year: 2016

    Unlike the other groups in 2016, Victon showed of their cute concept and bright style with their song "I'm Fine." Since then the group has released other popular songs such as "Unbelievable" and "Mayday." In the past, Victon has even done a busking tour covering other famous K-pop songs. The group saw an increase in popularity after members Byungchan and Seungwoo saw success on the show Produce X 101

    • Labels: Play M Entertainment
    372 votes