Lovelyz used the heart-shaped crest logo for most of their content since their debut in 2014. Last year’s EP titled, “A New Trilogy,” and for the repackaged album “Now, We,” both came with new logos that incorporated a more contemporary look.
TWICE’s name is a reference to their ability to capture the attention of audiences through both their visual and sonic abilities.
Twice’s logo through time:
DIA’s group name is shortened from the word “diamond,” and is also an acronym for “Do It Amazing”. DIA’s group leader, Heehyun, once confirmed this interpretation as she spoke about the group’s desire to shine brightly like a diamond.
Around the outer edge of the logo there are 7 triangles constructing the diamond, resembling the amount of members. The pink part forms the love/heart shape and consists of the picture of an ice cream cone and two diamonds. The two diamonds located inside the pink heart refer to DIA itself and DIA’s fans, which will always be together and inseparable.
This group’s name derives from the word “icon.” The letter “c” was replaced with a “k,” which represents an intention to spread k-pop culture worldwide. The meaning of iKON‘s logo is the stripes on the Korean flag, representing sky, moon, sun, and land. There are seven blocks, as well, representing each of the members.
The word ‘WINNER’ is a symbolic sign because word belongs to language. The letter ‘W’ represents the initial letter of ‘WINNER,’ and is a symbolic sign but it also can resemble the crown that is worn by a king in his palace. The group is named WINNER because they won the survival program Win: Who Is Next against “Team B”.