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List Of All Disbanded K-pop Groups, Ranked

Nothing good ever lasts forever, and the same goes for these K-pop groups that broke up over the years. Featuring new groups and the best Kpop groups of all time, this list of disbanded Kpop groups will bring you memories of better times. Which disbanded group do you miss the most? Make sure to also see which Kpop groups are disbanding in 2019.

Some of the most popular Korean groups that have disbanded include Wonder Girls, 2NE1, Sistar, Homme, 2AM, and 4Minute.

Vote up the disbanded Kpop groups you wish got back together, and feel free to add your favorite artists missing from the list.

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  • 2NE1
    1

    2009–2016

    2NE1 was a South Korean girl group composed of Bom, CL, Dara, and Minzy, formed by YG Entertainment in 2009. After appearing alongside boy band Big Bang in the song "Lollipop", a promotional single ...more
  • Wanna One
    2

    2017-2019

    Wanna One was a South Korean boy band formed by CJ E&M through the second season of Produce 101. The group was composed of eleven members: Kang Daniel, Park Ji-hoon, Lee Dae-hwi, Kim Jae-hwan, Ong ...more
  • IZ*ONE
    3

    2018–2021

    Iz One, stylized as IZ*ONE, was a South Korean-Japanese girl group formed through the Mnet reality competition show Produce 48. The group was composed of twelve members, chosen by live votes: Jang ...more
  • GFriend
    4

    2015–2021

    GFriend is a six-member South Korean girl group formed by Source Music in 2015. The group consists of Sowon, Yerin, Eunha, Yuju, SinB and Umji. They made their debut with the EP Season of Glass on ...more
  • SISTAR
    5

    2010–2017

    Sistar was a South Korean girl group formed in 2010 by Starship Entertainment. The group consisted of Hyolyn, Bora, Soyou, and Dasom. Their debut studio album So Cool was released on 9 August 2011. ...more
  • Wonder Girls
    6

    2007–2017

    Wonder Girls was a South Korean girl group formed by JYP Entertainment. The group debuted in February 2007 with the single "Irony" and five members: Yeeun, Sunye, Sunmi, Hyuna and Sohee. After ...more
  • 4Minute
    7

    2009–2016

    4Minute was a five-member South Korean girl group formed in 2009 by Cube Entertainment. The members of the group were Nam Ji-hyun, Heo Ga-yoon, Jeon Ji-yoon, Kim Hyun-a, and Kwon So-hyun. The group ...more
  • I.O.I
    8

    2016–2017

    I.O.I (also known as IOI or Ideal of Idol) was a South Korean girl group formed by CJ E&M through the 2016 reality show Produce 101 on Mnet. The group was composed of eleven members: Lim Na-young, ...more
  • X1
    9

    X1

    2019–2020

  • T-ara
    10
    T-ara is a South Korean girl group, formed in 2009 by MBK Entertainment. T-ara's career is marked by hook-heavy dance-pop music, a result of their close partnership with composer Shinsadong Tiger. A ...more
  • Miss A
    11

    2010–2017

    Miss A was a South Korean girl group, formed by JYP Entertainment in 2010, consisting of Fei, Jia, Min, and Suzy. Jia and Min left the group in May 2016 and November 2017, respectively, before the ...more
  • PRISTIN
    12
    Pristin (stylized as PRISTIN and formerly known as Pledis Girlz) was a South Korean girl group formed by Pledis Entertainment in 2016. The group was composed of ten members: Nayoung, Roa, Yuha, ...more
  • KARA
    13

    2007-2016

    Kara was a South Korean pop girl group formed by DSP Media in 2007. The group's final lineup was composed of Park Gyuri, Han Seungyeon, Goo Hara and Heo Youngji. Members Nicole Jung and Kang Ji-young ...more
  • Triple H
    14
    Triple H was a South Korean co-ed group formed by Cube Entertainment. The group consisted of Hyuna and Pentagon members Hui and E'Dawn. As a group they released two extended plays, 199X (2017) and ...more
  • Orange Caramel is the first subgroup of South Korean girl group After School. The subgroup was formed in 2010 with the third generation After School members Nana, Raina, and Lizzy. Orange Caramel's ...more
  • After School
    16
    After School, stylized as AFTERSCHOOL in Japan, was a South Korean girl group formed by Pledis Entertainment with an admissions and graduation concept. As of September 2018, After School has had ...more
  • 2AM
    17

    2008–2017

    2AM is a South Korean boy group under JYP Entertainment, consisting of Jo Kwon, Lee Changmin, Lim Seulong and Jeong Jinwoon. It was one of the two subgroups split from the eleven-member boy band One ...more
  • Pristin V
    18
    Pristin V is a subgroup of the South Korean girl group Pristin, formed by Pledis Entertainment in 2018. It is composed of five Pristin members: Nayoung, Roa, Eunwoo, Rena, and Kyulkyung. On May 28, ...more
  • JBJ
    19

    2017–2018

    JBJ was a South Korean project boy group consisting of six members who previously participated in Mnet's 2017 survival show Produce 101 Season 2. The group was managed by Fave Entertainment, while CJ ...more
  • Nine Muses
    20

    2010-2019

    Nine Muses (often stylized as 9Muses) was a South Korean girl group formed by Star Empire Entertainment in 2010 with an admissions and graduation concept. The group's final lineup consisted of four ...more
  • Boyfriend
    21
    Boyfriend was a South Korean boy group formed by Starship Entertainment in 2011. They are the first boy group to have twin members. The group consists of Kim Donghyun, Shim Hyunseong, Lee Jeongmin, ...more
  • HELLOVENUS
    22

    HELLOVENUS

  • UNB
    23
    UNB is a South Korean boy group formed through the KBS reality show The Unit. The group is composed of nine members: Jun, Euijin, Go Ho-jung, Feeldog, Marco, Ji Han-sol, Daewon, Kijung, and Chan. ...more
  • History
    24

    2013–2017

    History is a five-member boy group from South Korea formed by LOEN Entertainment. They debuted on April 26, 2013 with "Dreamer", featuring the narration of their fellow labelmate IU. They are LOEN ...more
  • Rainbow
    25

    2009–2016

    Rainbow is a seven-member South Korean girl group signed to DSP Media. The members are Kim Jae-kyung, Go Woo-ri, Cho Hyun-young, Kim Ji-sook, No-eul, Oh Seung-ah, and Jung Yoon-hye. On November 12, ...more