Complete List of Best K-Pop Idols From Japan That May You Don’t Know By Byeol Korea

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IZ*ONE’s Sakura, Nako, and Hitomi

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IZ*ONE is a South Korean–Japanese girl group formed through the Mnet reality competition show Produce 48. IZ*ONE made their debut on October 29th, 2018, with their first extended play Color*Iz. IZ*ONE has three Japanese members, namely Sakura, Nako, and Hitomi.

IZ*ONE’s Sakura

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Miyawaki Sakura, or also known as IZ*ONE’s Sakura, is a Japanese singer who is currently based in South Korea. Her position in the group is the vocalist and visual. She was born on March 19th, 1998, in Kagoshima, Japan. She trained for six years and 11 months and debuted in 2011 as part of the first generation of HKT48. She is the sub-captain of HKT48 Team KIV. In the 2018 General Elections of AKB48, she was ranked third and became the center of the group.

IZ*ONE’s Nako

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Yabuki Nako, or better known as IZ*ONE’s Nako, is a Japanese singer who is currently based in South Korea. Her position in the group is that of the vocalist. She was born on June 18th, 2001, in Tokyo, Japan. She trained for four years and 10 months and she joined HKT48 in November 2013 as the third generation. She became the center of “Wink wa Sankai” within a month of debuting in HKT48. She is also known as the ace of the HKT48 third generation.

IZ*ONE’s Hitomi

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Honda Hitomi, or known as IZ*ONE’s Hitomi, is a Japanese dancer and singer who is currently based in South Korea. Her position in the group is the lead dancer, vocalist, and rapper. She was born on October 6th, 2001, in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. She trained for four years and two months and debuted in AKB48 Team 8 in 2014.

Cherry Bullet’s May, Remi, and Kokoro

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Cherry Bullet is a South Korean girl group formed by FNC Entertainment. The group debuted on January 21st, 2019, with their first single album Let’s Play Cherry Bullet. Cherry Bullet has three Japanese members: May, Remi, and Kokoro.

Cherry Bullet’s May

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Hirokawa Mao, or also known as Cherry Bullet’s May, is a Japanese dancer and singer who is currently based in South Korea. Her position in the group is the lead dancer, vocalist, visual and maknae. She was born on November 16th, 2004, in Japan.

Cherry Bullet’s Remi

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Katsuno Rise, or better known as Cherry Bullet’s Remi, is a Japanese dancer and singer who is currently based in South Korea. Her position in the group is that of the main dancer and vocalist. She was born on April 26th, 2001, in Tokyo, Japan. She was a short-term member of the J-Pop group Prism☆Mates in 2011.

Cherry Bullet’s Kokoro

Cherry Bullet Kokoro
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Kato Kokoro, or known as Cherry Bullet’s Kokoro, is a Japanese dancer and singer who is currently based in South Korea. Her position in the group is the lead dancer and lead vocalist. She was born on November 1st, 2000, in Nagoya, Japan. She used to be a member of a dance crew named Nagoya Nine before her debut.

GWSN’s Miya

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GWSN, also known as Girls In The Park, is a multinational girl group based in South Korea and formed by Kiwi Pop. The group debuted on September 5th, 2018, with the title track “Puzzle Moon.” GWSN has a Japanese member named Miya. Her position in the group is the main dancer, lead rapper, and vocalist. Her full name is Miyauchi Haruka. She was born on May 26th, 1993, in Shizuoka, Japan. She went to Acopia Lifelong Education Center and auditioned for Kiwi Pop through there.

H.U.B’s Rui

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H.U.B, which stands for “Hope U Bounce,” is a South Korean girl group formed by New Planet Entertainment. The group officially debuted on February 9th, 2017, with the single “Girl Gang.” H.U.B has a Japanese member named Rui. Her position in the group is the leader, lead rapper, lead dancer, vocalist, and visual. Her full name is Watanabe Rui. She was born on October 8th, 1994, in Kyoto, Japan. She took part in MIXNINE, YG’s survival show in JTBC for a K-Pop group debut. She was eliminated in Episode 13 and she finished the contest being ranked 25th.

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