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South Korean girl group

IllitIllit in 2024L–R: Minju, Iroha, Wonhee, Moka, and YunahOriginSeoul, South KoreaGenresK-popYears active2024–presentLabelsBelift LabMembers
Yunah
Minju
Moka
Wonhee
Iroha
WebsiteOfficial website
Illit (; Korean: 아일릿; RR: aillit; stylized in all caps) is a South Korean girl group formed by Belift Lab, a sub-label of Hybe through the JTBC 2023 survival competition show R U Next?. The group consists of five members: Yunah, Minju, Moka, Wonhee, and Iroha. They debuted on March 25, 2024, with the extended play (EP) Super Real Me.

Illit’s official logo
The name I’ll-It (previously) was introduced during the live broadcast of the final episode of R U Next?. In the episode, it was explained that the name “represents choosing your own verb to put between I’ll and It”, conveying the ability of the members to act and make decisions independently.[1]

2023–2024: Pre-debut activities and formation through R U Next?[edit]

The JTBC series R U Next? aired for ten episodes from June 30, through September 1, 2023, in which 22 contestants competed to debut in a six-member girl group under Belift Lab,[2] their first girl group, and the third girl group to debut under Hybe, after Le Sserafim and NewJeans.[3] The final episode saw the formation of the group’s six-member lineup, with two members being selected by the public, and four being selected by the company’s producers.[4] The final lineup of Wonhee, Youngseo, Minju, Iroha, Moka, and Yunah, was unveiled at the end of the broadcast.[5] On January 5, 2024, Belift Lab announced Youngseo was leaving the group. Previously, Youngseo and Belift Lab had discussed the future activities of her and her group and had decided with mutual agreement to terminate her contract.[6]

2024–present: Debut with Super Real Me[edit]
On February 13, Belift Lab confirmed that Illit will be debuting in March.[7] On February 21, it was confirmed again that Illit will debut on March 25 with their first extended play, with Hybe’s chairman Bang Si-hyuk participating as producer of their album.[8] On February 26, the agency announced the name of Illit’s first extended play Super Real Me, with pre-orders opening on the same day as the announcement. On February 28, Illit made their first public appearance as a group at the Acne Studios show during Paris Fashion Week,[9] making them the first K-pop artist to appear at the event prior to their official debut.[10] The tracklist of Super Real Me was revealed a week later on March 9, with “Magnetic” serving as the lead single.[11] A total of four tracks, including “Magnetic”, would be released. The three other tracks on the album are “My World”, “Midnight Fiction”, and “Lucky Girl Syndrome”.[12][13] The teaser for the music video of their upcoming debut single “Magnetic”, was officially released on March 22.[14]
“Magnetic” became the first debut single by a K-pop girl group to enter the Global Spotify chart on the same day of its release,[15] and as of 6 April 2024, “Magnetic” was ranked 15th on the same chart itself.[16] Eight days after the debut of Illit, “Magnetic” entered four U.S. Billboard charts.[17] Illit became the first K-pop group to enter the UK Official Singles with their debut single, which peaked at number 80.[18]
On 16 April 2024, ILLIT was the fastest K-pop act to make it to the U.S. Billboard’s Hot 100 main songs chart, with “Magnetic” ranked 91st on the chart. Magnetic was also, to date, the only debut song by a K-pop act to chart on the Hot 100.[19][20] The music video for ILLIT’s side track “Lucky Girl Syndrome” was released on 17 April.[21]

Endorsements[edit]
In March 2024, Illit were selected as the new faces of Acne Studios’ latest SS24 global campaign.[22]

Members[edit]
Yunah (윤아)
Minju (민주)
Moka (모카)
Wonhee (원희)
Iroha (이로하)
Discography[edit]
Extended plays[edit]

Singles[edit]

Other charted songs[edit]

Videography[edit]
Music videos[edit]

Filmography[edit]
Reality shows[edit]

Web shows[edit]

References[edit]

^ Jeong, Seung-min (September 2, 2023). “‘알유넥스트’ 여정 마무리…하이브 차기 걸그룹 ‘아일릿’ 결성” [‘RU Next’ journey concludes… Hive’s next girl group ‘Illit’ formed]. MHN Sports (in Korean). Archived from the original on September 2, 2023. Retrieved September 2, 2023.

^ a b “하이브 새 걸그룹 누구?…’알유넥스트’, 티저 영상 공개” [Who is Hybe’s new girl group?…’RU Next’, teaser video released]. MBN (in Korean). June 7, 2023. Archived from the original on June 20, 2023. Retrieved September 1, 2023 – via Naver.

^ “I’LL-IT ready to carry torch for next-generation HYBE artists”. The Korea Times. September 21, 2023. Archived from the original on October 25, 2023. Retrieved October 19, 2023.

^ Dash, Pratyusha (September 2, 2023). “R U Next? unveils the final lineup and name of HYBE and BELIFT LAB’s newest girl group”. Pinkvilla. Archived from the original on September 2, 2023. Retrieved September 2, 2023.

^ Yoon, So-yeon (September 3, 2023). “‘R U Next?’ winners form girl group I’ll-It ahead of debut”. Korea JoongAng Daily. Archived from the original on October 8, 2023. Retrieved September 3, 2023.

^ “Hybe’s new girl group I’ll-It to debut as 5-piece without Youngseo”. The Korea Herald. January 7, 2024. Archived from the original on February 13, 2024. Retrieved March 10, 2024.

^ Kim, Ju-yeon (February 13, 2024). “I’ll-It, girl group from ‘R U Next,’ to debut under Hybe in March”. Korea JoongAng Daily. Archived from the original on February 22, 2024. Retrieved March 10, 2024.

^ “Hybe’s latest girl group I’ll-It to release debut album on March 25”. Korea JoongAng Daily. February 21, 2024. Archived from the original on March 10, 2024. Retrieved March 10, 2024.

^ Hicap, Jonathan (March 1, 2024). “Illit, Hybe’s new girl group, attends Paris Fashion Week”. Manila Bulletin. Retrieved March 10, 2024.

^ “BabyMonster, Illit set to take 5th gen K-pop scene by storm”. The Chosun Daily. March 18, 2024.

^ Ahn, Jin-young (March 9, 2024). “‘하이브 막내딸’ 아일릿, 데뷔 타이틀 곡은 ‘Magnetic'” [‘Hybe’s youngest daughter’ Illit, debut title song is ‘Magnetic’]. Munhwa Ilbo (in Korean). Archived from the original on March 10, 2024. Retrieved March 10, 2024 – via Naver.

^ “New Hybe girl group Illit to release debut album”. The Korea Times. March 25, 2024.

^ “New Hybe girl group ILLIT to release debut album”. Yonhap News Agency. March 25, 2024.

^ “New Hybe’s girl group Illit release music video teaser for ‘Magnetic'”. NME. March 22, 2024.

^ You-mee, Hwang (April 1, 2024). “[Today’s K-pop] BTS’ Jungkook hits Spotify milestone in record time”. The Korea Herald. Retrieved April 2, 2024.

^ “New girl group ILLIT debuts on British Official Singles chart”. The Korea Times. April 6, 2024.

^ “K-pop newcomer ILLIT makes record-breaking debut on Billboard charts”. Chosun Daily. April 1, 2024. Retrieved April 2, 2024.

^ “New girl group Illit debuts on British Official Singles chart”. The Korea Herald. April 6, 2024.

^ “ILLIT earn first Billboard Hot 100 hit with viral single ‘Magnetic'”. NME. April 16, 2024.

^ “New girl group ILLIT debuts on Billboard Hot 100”. The Korea Times. April 16, 2024.

^ “ILIT, which hit major music charts at home and abroad with its debut title song”. Maekyung. April 16, 2024.

^ “Hybe’s latest girl group Illit star in Acne Studios’ new global campaign”. NME. March 15, 2024.

^ “Super Real Me (2024)”. Circle Chart. March 24–30, 2024.

^ “Super Real Me (2024)”. Oricon. April 8, 2024.

^ “Billboard Japan Hot Albums – Week of April 3, 2024”. Billboard Japan (in Japanese). Retrieved April 3, 2024.

^ “Heatseekers Albums: Week of April 6, 2024”. Billboard. Retrieved April 2, 2024.

^ “World Albums: Week of April 13, 2024”. Billboard. Retrieved April 9, 2024.

^ Total album sales for Super Real Me:

^ “オリコン月間 アルバムランキング 2024年03月度” [Oricon Monthly Album Ranking March 2024]. Oricon (in Japanese). Archived from the original on April 10, 2024. Retrieved April 10, 2024.

^ Zellner, Xander (April 4, 2024). “10 First-Timers on Billboard’s Charts This Week: ILLIT, Love Fame Tragedy, Mark Ambor & More”. Billboard. Retrieved April 5, 2024.

^ a b Peak chart positions on the Circle Digital Chart:

^ “South Korea Songs: Week of April 13, 2024”. Billboard. Retrieved April 9, 2024.

^ “ARIA Top 50 Singles Chart”. Australian Recording Industry Association. April 15, 2024. Retrieved April 12, 2024.

^ “Billboard Canadian Hot 100: Week of April 20, 2024”. Billboard. Retrieved April 16, 2024.

^ Peak chart positions on the Billboard Japan Hot 100:

^ Peaks chart positions on the New Zealand Singles Chart:

^ Peaks chart positions on the RIAS Top Charts:

^ “Illit | full Official Chart History”. Official Charts Company. Retrieved April 5, 2024.

^ “Billboard Hot 100: Week of April 20, 2024”. Billboard. Retrieved April 16, 2024.

^ Peaks chart positions on the Billboard Global 200 Chart:

^ Cumulative sales for “Magnetic”:

^ ILLIT (아일릿) ‘Magnetic’ Official MV (in Korean). Hybe Corporation. March 25, 2024. Retrieved March 25, 2024 – via YouTube.

^ ILLIT (아일릿) ‘Lucky Girl Syndrome’ Official MV. Retrieved April 16, 2024 – via www.youtube.com.

^ Go, In-hye (October 10, 2023). “아일릿, 좌충우돌 첫 여행 리얼리티…’아일 라이크 잇'” [I’ll-It, first travel reality show with ups and downs…’I’ll Like It’] (in Korean). Newsis. Archived from the original on November 18, 2023. Retrieved October 24, 2023 – via Naver.

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