The stars of K-pop

Updated 9:34 PM ET, Tue December 10, 2013
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The 12-member group, EXO won Album of the Year at Mnet Asian Music Awards in Hong Kong. The group is made up of South Korean and Chinese members, with two subunits, EXO-K and EXO-M, the latter promotes music in mainland China. Courtesy Shirley Sit
BIGBANG is perhaps one of the best known South Korean music groups. They debuted in 2006 under YG Entertainment and have won some of the country's most prestigious music awards. Courtesy Shirley Sit
The five-member girl group, Crayon Pop poses in their signature colorful outfits and helmets at Mnet Asian Music Awards in Hong Kong, where they won Best New Female Artist. Courtesy Shirley Sit
Hong Kong superstar Aaron Kwok arrives at the red carpet at MAMA. The singer, actor and dancer won an award for "Best Asian Artist" and performed a duet with Stevie Wonder and Sistar's Hyolyn. Courtesy Shirley Sit
Hyoyeon (left) and Seo-hyun of Girls' Generation represented the 9-member girl group at the Mnet Asian Music Awards in Hong Kong, where they took home Best Female Group. Courtesy Shirley Sit
Infinite, a 7-member K-pop group, won awards for Best Male Group and World Wide Performer at the Mnet Asian Music Awards. The group was formed in 2010 and is best known for their synchronized dancing. Courtesy Shirley Sit