Unicode, ranked 15th in brand reputation for new idol groups in May
Unicode, ranked 15th in brand reputation for new idol groups in May
‘All Japanese K-POP girl group’ UNICODE ranked 15th in brand reputation among new idol groups.

As a result of big data analysis of new idol group brand reputation in May 2024, Unicode (Erin, Yura, Hana, Mio, Sua) was ranked 15th among prominent idol groups. In the brand reputation rankings, Aillit ranked 1st, Baby Monster 3rd, Eunice 7th, and Youngpa 11th as new girl groups, while Unicode ranked in the top 15, establishing itself as a rising '5th generation new female idol'. did.

Unicode, which appeared in the music industry with its debut album 'Hello world code: J Ep.1' on the 17th of last month, was surprised to be ranked 15th in brand reputation in May upon its debut. It's bringing out.

In particular, the brand reputation index is an indicator that can measure the public's evaluation of the idol group's brand, media interest, and consumer interest and traffic, demonstrating the public's keen interest in Unicode, which ranked 15th.

Among the successive debuts of new idol groups, Unicode achieved significant results by ranking 15th in brand reputation, and they are currently continuing to communicate with the public through music broadcast stages. Unicode is showing the essence of 'innocent and refreshing city pop' with the performance of the title song 'Will You Look Back', and is making an impression on global fans with its teen styling that stands out with 'first love visuals'.

Unicode's title song 'Will You Look Back' was produced by Jinyoung, who has produced numerous idol groups, including B1A4's hit songs, and the music video was made especially special by Super Junior's Shindong participating in the production.

Unicode, who made their debut with a clear and elegant tone, powerful choreography, and a clear group identity of 'innocent city pop', is scheduled to appear on KBS2's 'Music Bank' on the 3rd.

Ryu Ye-ji, Ten Asia Reporter ryuperstar@tenasia.co.kr translated by google