K-Pop fandom names are not just random words that are jumbled up and thrown together at the last minute as fans and agencies think hard about not just naming the fandom but also giving significant meanings behind them as well.
You can check out eighteen fandom names and the meanings behind them below!
MIDZY, now that is a word that you don’t hear everyday. So what does it mean? In the Korean language, “믿지” (pronounced mid jee or in this case midzy) means to put trust in, or simply “trust” in the verb form.
If you show love for this girl group just “once”, they’ll repay you “twice” as much!
Fans of BIGBANG are literally the group’s “V.I.P”. Very straightforward.
Sometimes called AHGASE, meaning “아가 새” (baby bird in Korean), for sounding similar to iGOT7. The fandom name means that fans “have” all seven members of the group.
Pronounced as “so won”, which in Korean means wish or hope. They will fulfill your wishes. And it also means that the group and fans will forever be one.
While it started out being known as “Adorable Representative M.C for Youth”, it has gradually started to become known as literally “army”.
A mixture of the two words”black” and “pink”.
The name of the group’s first studio album is also the fandom name.
The fans are the “universe” for the group members.
SEVENTEEN consider their fans as diamonds.
A bit of the French language is involved in MONSTA X’s fandom name. “Mon” which means “my” and “bebe” standing for “baby” translates to “my baby”.
A combination of the group’s name and love put together.
All of WINNER’s fans are in the group’s “inner circle”.