2015 was a pretty great year in k-pop tbqh, fam. However, it was a pretty bad year if you were in one of the groups mentioned in this here post. Basically, a lot of groups disbanded because they were shit, most likely, or because one of their members got put in jail. I'm going to tell you some groups that disbanded this year and whether you should care. (For full disclosure, a lot of these groups were already pretty inactive, but for the sake of this, I'm just going off ones that officially disbanded this year. For full-full disclosure, any group not mentioned in this post is not even worth mentioning/caring about.)
I'm kind of breaking my own rule with this first one, because they sort of disbanded in 2015 but sort of didn't. The announcement was made in 2015, but the contracts ended at the end of '14. I don't really care, fam. I'm writing this post, so I'm saying it was 2015, albeit really early 2015. Anyway, yes, you should care about GLAM being no more. A lot of their songs were really good, and they had great bodies. They also had a Jiyeon in case we ever needed a backup from real Jiyeon. In fact, that Jiyeon could've been in the All T-ara backup team along with Laboum's Soyeon.
It's really kind of funny to think about all the shit this group had against it starting with that whole Trinity thing. Oh well.
I don't know anything about C-Clown except that their name sounds fucking dumb. I don't care that they disbanded and neither should you. Also, the one second from the right looks like an alien.
If you notice, this picture looks almost exactly like the picture of GLAM, and well, these groups have that in common. They also have in common that they're not a group anymore. Another one that disbanded at the very beginning of the year, I think I wrote about it when it happened. I don't really remember what I wrote then, and I can't be arsed to look it up. It was probably something about them being hot and it being a shame they're gone. Assuming that's what I said, I stick by those words. I also liked that song, "Me Too."
Speed was sort of decent. I mean they had a song that I liked in "Look at me Now." Oh, and the one guy is Zico's brother, and he was in that N4 video. So, I guess you can care that they disbanded if you have nothing going on in your life and need something to care about.
You should care about Bob Girls because they were cute (hopefully you're noticing a trend) and one of them might have died. If you're truly sad about this breakup then you probably already know some of them came back in another group I can't think of the name of with a song I can't think of the name of.
EvoL was pretty cool. You should care about their disbandment. "We are a bit different" was pretty good. It's also really funny how a bunch of their contracts were terminated without anyone knowing when their label merged. Good stuff.
Similar to the last one, fans noticed this group's disbandment when several of their social media pages were suddenly deleted. But hey, at least Seunghee is enjoying much greener pastures.
The k-pop gods demand yearly sacrifices, and I think this year was a pretty good haul.