48 Idol Groups are worldwide. They are based in Japan, China, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, India, Taiwan, and Philippines. Every idol girl of 48 Group has extraordinary beauty.
The world famous 100 MOST BEAUTIFUL FACES OF AKB48 GROUP LIST has been published annually by OVERSEAS48 since 2017. As your request, we decided to separating the list between AKB48 GROUP and SNH48 GROUP!! Please enjoy!!!
Music: La vie en Rose Remake by DANPIA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhQ4iZLYijY
100 Most Beautiful 2017: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkYYadJ8ocU&t=48s
100 Most Beautiful 2018: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5ET8ntmGRg
This project is originally referred to The Independent Critict List by TC Candler. it became a phenomenon among 48 fans.
In recent years, the list has garnered over 50k social media impression and tens of thousand of views. The list has been acknowledged / personally thanked by over 10 idols that have been included on the lists.
The Independent Critics search far and wide, listening to the many hundreds of suggestions submitted by the public last year, and they then put together a list representative of 48 girls beauty.
Aesthetic perfection is only one of the criteria. Cute, originality, lovely, dream, joy, … they are all embodied in a beautiful face. With those criteria in mind, Overseas48 select only 100 faces out of the approximately more than 1000 girls of 48 Group. It is a thankless task, as no individual will ever agree with all the choices.
Almost 18 ‘idol groups 48’ are represented on the annual list. That number seems to go up every year as the public participation grows and expands. This diversity relies heavily on public suggestions from almost every corner of the globe.
Feel free to comment with your suggestions or opinions. Originality is most welcome! Have your favorite name be heard! Of course, lists are always very subjective… you will disagree with some of the choices, but perhaps you will find a new favorite. We hope you enjoy the list. Watch the video and please comment. Who did you discover? Who did we miss?
See you next year!
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