It's never easy to say goodbye, especially when it comes to your favorite K-pop groups. While there are plenty of new K-pop groups and artists to stan in 2022, there are also groups that fans must part with. Here is a list of all the K-pop groups that disbanded in 2022.
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- 1466 VOTES
Disbandment Date: May 20, 2022
The seven-member girl group debuted on March 19, 2015 with five members Seunghee, Yujin, Seungyeon, Sorn, and Yeeun, and later added Eunbin and Elkie in February 2016. Despite reaching global success with popular songs, like “Devil,” “Hobgoblin,” and “Me,” CLC stalled promotions in 2020, while several members started doing their own things. In February 2021, Elkie left the group after a contract dispute. Soon after, Sorn, Seungyeon, and Yeeun left Cube, while Yujin debuted with Kep1er in January 2022.
- 2408 VOTES
Disbandment Date: March 15, 2022
NU'EST debuted on March 15, 2012 with a line-up of five members: JR, Aron, Baekho, Minhyun and Ren. On their 10th anniversary, the group released their final album Needle & Bubble and officially disbanded. JR, Aron, and Ren left Pledis Entertainment on March 14 while Baekho and Minhyun renewed their contracts with the label.
- 3473 VOTES
Disbandment Date: January 28, 2022
APRIL debuted on August 24, 2015, with a line-up of six members: Somin, Chaewon, Hyunjoo, Naeun, Yena, and Jinsol. During the group's active years, they had a change in line-up following Somin and Hyunjoo's departures. They were replaced with Chaekyung and Rachel. In 2021, the group faced backlash as Hyunjoo and her family claimed she was bullied by the other members. DSP Media announced on January 28, 2022 that APRIL decided to disband after much discussion and deliberation.
- 421 VOTES