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'''BNK48''' is a Thai idol group and the third international sister group of the Japanese idol group AKB48, based in Bangkok, Thailand. Their main language is Thai.  
 
'''BNK48''' is a Thai idol group and the third international sister group of the Japanese idol group AKB48, based in Bangkok, Thailand. Their main language is Thai.  
  
Due to the group is an AKB48 sister group, and some fans' loyalty to a member or the group (ones may do a copyright report), the group's non-music contents are also can be ''blatantly'' copyrighted contents.
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Due to the group is an AKB48 sister group, and some fans' loyalty to a member or the group (ones may request the deletion by do a copyright report), the group's non-music contents are also can be ''blatantly'' copyrighted contents.
  
 
== Official sites ==
 
== Official sites ==

Revision as of 09:27, 7 April 2020

BNK48 is a Thai idol group and the third international sister group of the Japanese idol group AKB48, based in Bangkok, Thailand. Their main language is Thai.

Due to the group is an AKB48 sister group, and some fans' loyalty to a member or the group (ones may request the deletion by do a copyright report), the group's non-music contents are also can be blatantly copyrighted contents.

Official sites

Members that have "graduated"

iAM ("Independent Artist Management", the company that owned BNK48, previously known as "BNK48 Office") creates all BNK48 members' official Facebook and Instagram accounts. Like its sister group, the resignation from the group of a member is known as "graduation". When she "graduated", her BNK48-Official accounts are disabled or renamed, and all contents of her (as a BNK48 member) in them are deleted by iAM, as a process of "graduating". Luckily, (almost) all graduatings are announced before her "graduate" date.

Name Date Comment URLs before graduated
Watsamon Phongwanit (Kidcat) 2017-09-23
Irada Tavachphongsri (Cincin) 2017-11-18
Christin Larsen (Namhom) 2018-02-12
Jetsupa Kruetang (Jan) 2018-02-28 She moved to INCENT Co., Ltd. (Japan) [2]
Nayika Srinian (Can) 2018-08-26
Mesa Chinavicharana (Maysa) 2018-10-21
Pimnipa Tungsakul (Deenee) 2019-08-02
Nawaporn Chansuk (Cake) 2019-09-27
Maira Kuyama 2019-12-07
Dusita Kitisarakulchai (Natherine) 2020-02-16
Natcha Krisdhasima (Oom) 2020-02-16
Mananya Kaoju (Nink) 2020-02-16

Vital Signs (of the group)

Stable, probably not going anywhere too soon without warning.

References

See also

  • CGM48, a BKB48's sister group