November is set to witness the debut of two highly-anticipated K-pop rookie groups in the South Korean music industry. YG Entertainment, after seven years since the debut of Blackpink, is introducing the girl group “Baby Monster,” while C9 Entertainment is launching the boy group “HWE” after a hiatus of 13 years.
Baby Monster consists of multinational members from Korea, Thailand, Japan, and more, showcasing their versatility in vocal, dance, rap, and visuals. Even before their debut, they garnered significant attention with over 3.12 million subscribers on their official YouTube channel and nearly 450 million cumulative views. In May, their pre-debut song “Dream” topped the Billboard “Hot Trending Songs” chart, earning them recognition as a promising K-pop artist. The group was originally scheduled to debut in September but delayed their debut to ensure a high-quality debut track.
HWE, short for “White” and “Black,” is a boy group presented by C9 Entertainment. They are set to debut on November 8th with a double title track, “Bang!” and “Digi,” aiming to showcase their diverse charms. The group consists of eight members, each with impressive visuals and pre-debut activities, such as endorsements and appearances on various shows. The simultaneous debut of Baby Monster and HWE has generated high expectations among K-pop fans, and both groups are poised to capture the hearts of music enthusiasts worldwide.