Over the years, the way fans show support for their favorite idols during performances has evolved. It started with waving balloons, then glow sticks, and now proudly showing off beautiful light-sticks.
Each artist has their own distinct LED light stick that represents their music, image, and personality. Here is a look at some of the most creative light sticks!
1. BTS’s Army Bomb
The Army Bomb is probably one of the most identifiable and popular light-sticks in K-Pop. There is a reason for that. Now on its fourth version, the globe’s simple design represents BTS‘s journey over the years.
2. MAMAMOO’s Moo Bong
The Moo Bong is one of the cutest light-stick designs and proves that simplicity sometimes is the best. In the shape of a radish, the design plays on the English translation of “Moo” which means radish and is a must for any MAMAMOO fan!
3. BLACKPINK’s Hammer Bong
With its distinct colors and simplicity, the BLACKPINK‘s light-stick was created with their fans in mind. The main feature is the way the design balances identity, playfulness, and personality. What else can we expect when the members designed it themselves?
4. ATEEZ’s LIGHTINY
Even with such a simplistic design, the ATEEZ LIGHTINY is one of the most beautiful and innovative light-sticks from a 4th-generation group. Based on a fan design, the design incorporates all of the group’s qualities from the slogan, colors, journey, and concept!
Although it technically does not have a name and hasn’t been officially released, the new Dreamcatcher light-stick teasers look beautiful! Alongside the design, which fits fitting their concept to a tee, the handle can be extended to look like a magical scepter!
6. VIXX’s Starlight Stick
Playing on their fans’ name, VIXX‘s Starlight Stick looks like a piece of the galaxy is in your hands. With its sleek design and sophisticated colors, it might not compete with others in terms of brightness, but it will be one of the most unique and creative.
7. Cherry Bullet’s Lullet
Even though some people have even debated whether the Lullet can be called a light-stick, there is no denying that it is creative. Playing on Cherry Bullet, the design represents the girl group and stands out amongst all the other light-sticks.