K-pop enthusiasts have a new reason to visit the GRAMMY Museum with their latest exhibition, “KQ ENT. (ATEEZ & XIKERS): A GRAMMY Museum Pop-Up.” This exhibit marks the museum’s first event in a series of exhibitions and programs dedicated to the growing influence of Korean pop music. On display until June 10, 2024, the exhibit showcases outfits and props from the two K-pop boy groups under KQ Entertainment – ATEEZ and xikers.

ATEEZ, an eight-member South Korean group, has gained global popularity since their debut in October 2018. Fans can admire the outfits and props featured in their music video for “미친 폼 (Crazy Form)” from their 2024 album “THE WORLD EP.FIN: WILL.” ATEEZ expressed their gratitude for being part of the exhibit, stating, “It’s an honor to have pieces from our latest music release displayed at the GRAMMY Museum, where so many wonderful artists have left a piece of their musical history.”

xikers, a multinational group comprising ten members, including nine Korean members and one Thai member, also has their outfits and props on display at the GRAMMY Museum. Visitors can see the band’s outfits from their music video “We Don’t Stop” from their 2024 EP “HOUSE OF TRICKY: Trial and Error,” along with props from their previous albums. An outfit worn by xikers member Junghoon during a performance of the title track “도깨비집 (TRICKY HOUSE)” from their debut EP “HOUSE OF TRICKY: Doorbell Ringing” is also featured in the exhibit. xikers shared their excitement about the opportunity, stating, “We’re so grateful for the opportunity to have our pieces displayed alongside our labelmate and seniors ATEEZ, as well as so many amazing artists that we’ve grown up listening to.”

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