Fandom names are something that go hand-in-hand with K-Pop idol groups and are usually names that have special meaning between the group and their fans. Here’s a list of some fun and interesting fandom names in K-Pop!
NU’EST‘s fandom name is L.O.Λ.E, which comes from the Korean word for the group’s name (뉴이스트). If you remove the vowels from the Korean word for NU’EST, you are left with ㄴㅇㅅㅌ, which looks similar to LOΛE (LOVE).
2. Stray Kids
Stray Kids’ fandom name is Stay, which is just ‘stray’ with the letter ‘r’ removed, which also stands for ‘reason’. The fandom altogether means that the fans are the reason Stray Kids stay together.
ONF’s fandom name is FUSE, which means that the fans joins the ON and OFF units together through a fuse.
Chungha’s fandom name is Byulharang (Moon Friends) in which she is the moon and her fans are the stars. Her logo has a moon to represent herself with eleven stars representing members from I.O.I and her fans.
WINNER‘s fandom name is Inner Circle, which seems to fit the group’s concept and vibe perfectly.
2PM‘s fandom name is Hottest, which shows just how hot they’re fans are. It’s also because they considered 2PM to be the hottest time of the day!
BTS‘s fandom name is ARMY (Adorable Representative MC for the Youth) which conveys exactly what their message and music means to them.
ASTRO’s fandom name is AROHA, which stands for ASTRO HEART ALL THE FANS.
SEVENTEEN’s fandom name is CARAT because their fans are what makes them shine so bright. The word CARAT also sounds similar to the Korean word for “carrot.”
10. Red Velvet
Red Velvet’s fandom name is ReVeLuv. “Revê” is “dream” in French so fans are the people who make Red Velvet’s dreams come true. Luv is for “love” so “we love Red Velvet and Red Velvet love us.”
What are some of your favorite K-Pop fandom names?