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Apink (에이핑크) is a five-member girl group under IST Entertainment.[Notes 1] Originally as seven, they debuted on April 19, 2011 with the mini album Seven Springs of Apink.

On April 8, 2022, Naeun shared a handwritten letter on Instagram in which she revealed that she had decided to part ways with the group.[1]

Members

Name Position(s) Years active
Chorong (초롱) Leader, Vocalist, Rapper 2011–present
Bomi (보미) Main Dancer, Lead Vocalist 2011–present
Eunji (은지) Main Vocalist, Face of the Group 2011–present
Namjoo (남주) Lead Vocalist, Lead Dancer, Rapper 2011–present
Hayoung (하영) Rapper, Vocalist, Maknae 2011–present
Former
Naeun (나은) Lead Dancer, Vocalist, Rapper, Visual, Center 2011–2022[1]
Yookyung (유경) Lead Dancer, Vocalist 2011–2013

Sub-units

Promotional

Discography

Korean

Studio albums

Mini albums

Special albums

Special singles

Digital singles

Collaborations

OSTs

  • "Protect the Boss OST Part.1" (2011)

Japanese

Studio albums

Best albums

  • 2011-2014 Best of Apink ~Korean Ver.~ (2014)
  • Apink Single Collection (2018)

Singles

  • "NoNoNo" (2014)
  • "Mr. Chu" (2015)
  • "Luv" (2015)
  • "Sunday Monday" (2015)
  • "Brand New Days" (2016)
  • "Summer Time" (2016)
  • "Bye Bye" (2017)
  • "Motto Go!Go!" (2017)
  • "Orion" (2017)


Concerts

Korea tours

  • Pink Paradise (2015)
  • Pink Island (2015)
  • Pink Party (2016)
  • Pink Space (2018)
  • Pink Collection: Red and White (2019)
  • Welcome to PINK WORLD (2020)

Japan tours

  • Apink 1st Live Tour: Pink Season (2015)
  • Apink 2nd Live Tour: Pink Summer (2016)
  • Apink 3rd Live Tour: 3 Years (2017)
  • Apink Japan Live Pink Collection (2019)

Asia tours

  • Apink Secret Garden in Singapore – Vizit Korea (2013)
  • Pink Paradise Asia Tour (2015)
  • Apink Pink Memory Day In Singapore Mini Concert & Fan Meeting (2016)
  • Pink Aurora Asia Tour (2016-2017)
  • Pink Up Asia Tour (2017)
  • One&Six Asia Tour (2018)

America tours

  • Pink Memory: Apink North America Tour (2016)

Gallery

Main article: Apink/Gallery

Notes

  1. IST Entertainment was previously known as A Cube (2011–16), Plan A (2016–19), and Play M (2019–21)

References

Official links

Korean
Japanese
Chinese


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