A recent survey revealed which girl groups Korean soldiers most want to see perform at the “K-Force Special Show” concert this summer!
“K-Force Special Show” is a long-running television program for soldiers aired by the Korean National Ministry of Defense. The program held its first concert in October 1961, and it currently holds the Guinness Record for the longest-running public broadcast in Korea.
From June 24 to July 17, “K-Force Special Show” conducted a survey asking soldiers which singer they most wanted to invite to the show’s annual summer concert.
BLACKPINK took first place with 13.1 percent of the total votes, while Red Velvet followed at a close second with 12.5 percent. Not far behind was TWICE, who took third place with 12.0 percent of all votes placed.
Bolbbalgan4 came in at fourth place with 7.2 percent of the votes, while (G)I-DLE took fifth with 5.5 percent. IU, the only soloist in the top six, claimed 3.7 percent of the total votes.