Although many boy groups in the K-pop scene have made it passed the 10-year mark – Shinhwa, TVXQ, Super Junior, and BIGBANG, to name a few – Brown Eyed Girls is the first girl group in the industry to celebrate their 10th anniversary together.
While technically not the longest-running K-pop group in history (that title belongs to Jewelry, who disbanded last year after 14 years), Brown Eyed Girls is the only group to reach the 10-year mark without any changes to their lineup. Brown Eyed Girls debuted on March 2, 2006, with their first studio album, “Your Story.”
Since then, the group has gone on to have a long and decorated career, with six studio albums, a handful of singles and EPs, and several successful solo ventures. The members held a special anniversary broadcast via the Naver V App to celebrate with their fans.
Congratulations to Brown Eyed Girls for this historical landmark in their careers! May they enjoy many more years of success to come.