Ellen DeGeneres show is an ideal blend of celebrity interviews, musical performers, audience participation rounds, and segments emphasizing real people with remarkable stories and talents. It was hosted by Emmy Award-winning comedian, writer, best-selling author, actor, and television pioneer Ellen DeGeneres. "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" creates a fun and unpredictable alternative to daytime television and takes a fresh look at the world, according to Ellen. The show has witnessed numerous global stars, including Korean Celebs.
Boy band Seventeen appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" for the first time on Thursday, performing their 2019 digital single "HIT" for fans and the show's viewers. Seventeen was introduced as "one of the largest groups in K-pop," whose songs have been "streamed over 2 billion times" and went straight into performing its song. Due to Covid-19, Seventeen pre-recorded the performance in Korea for the "Ellen Show."
The new SM Entertainment boy group SuperM consists of SHINee's Taemin, Kai, Baekhyun, and NCT's Mark, Taeyong, Ten, and Lucas. On October 9, SuperM performed "Jopping" on the NBC talk show "The Ellen DeGeneres." The guys also sat down for an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, where they showed her how to make the key "jopping" move and talked about their thoughts on a fan club name that somehow sounded like 'Avengers Assemble.'
Yoon Daewoong, globally known as Big Man, amazed Ellen DeGeneres and many viewers with his incredible beatboxing skills. The Asia Beatbox Champion was a featured guest on the September 14 broadcast of 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show.' Big Man went viral after his 'Asia Beatbox Championship 2017 Solo Battle Wildcard' video entry accumulated millions of views on Facebook and YouTube.
4. Dain Yoon
Illusion makeup artist Dain Yoon arrived from South Korea to exhibit to Ellen her impressive makeup skills. Sensitive yet powerful, Dain Yoon has mastered the capacity and skills to create three-dimensional handcrafted, and highly detailed art on her visage. This young Korean refuse to use Photoshop and still looks to achieve this surreal, special effect-like appearance.
On September 10, the princess of pop, Britney Spears, got her to wish and learn the horse dance of "Gangnam Style" from the artist himself, Psy, on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." Park Jae-sang, known professionally as Psy, is a South Korean songwriter, singer, rapper, & record producer. He is known domestically for his amusing videos & stage concerts and internationally for his sensational single "Gangnam Style."
The group will be debuting their new title track on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. TWICE lit up "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" with a dazzling performance of their latest comeback track, Alcohol-free. Twice is a girl group with nine members: Jihyo, Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Momo, Sana, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, and Tzuyu. The group debuted on October 20, 2015, through the survival show Sixteen, under JYP Entertainment.
7. Kim Tae-Hyung
In 2017, The Ellen DeGeneres Show hosted BTS during their trip to the United States; the boys, including Kim Tae-Hyung, spoke their hearts about their music, group, and much more. Kim Tae-Hyung, pleasingly known by his stage name V is a South Korean singer-songwriter, record producer, and actor under Big Hit Music. As a solo artist, he released two self-composed unofficial songs, Scenery and Winter Bear, in 2019.
8. Min Yoon-Gi
Suga from BTS, known as Min Yoon-gi, is a 28-year-old South Korean rapper, musician, and record producer. He is a prominent individual from the South Korean pop group 'BTS.' He has recorded a few independent songs. Yoon-gi began as an underground rapper before entering the K-pop group 'BTS.' He appeared on a show with the band.
Rapmonster is the leader of the famous K-pop boyband BTS or Bangtan Boys. He also appeared on the Ellen show. Later, he shared how thrilled he felt to go on these shows over a live performance.
The Ellen DeGeneres Show hosted BTS in 2017 during their trip to the United States, where they shared their love for music and actively engaged in the interview. They are thought to be the hottest Korean pop group in the world by their fans, who headed to one of America's most popular talk shows.