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KNK may refer to:

  • Library of Congress Classification KNK for Law of Brunei;
  • Northern Kentucky University Herbarium, abbreviated KNK;
  • Kokhanok Airport(IATA code KNK), Alaska;
  • ISO 639 code KNK, for the Kuranko language of Sierra Leone;
  • ISO 3166-2 code KN-K, country subdivision code for St. Kitts;
  • Konferenz Nationaler Kultureinrichtungen, Conference of National Cultural Institutions, a union of more than twenty cultural organizations in former East Germany;
  • The Koninklijke nationale kaatsbond, Flemish name of Belgium national body of the International Ball game Confederation (Handball);
  • KNK series of Fast Breeder Nuclear reactors, built in Germany;
  • National Convergence "Kwa Na Kwa", the ruling party in the Central African Republic;
  • Kara no Kyōkai, a Japanese novel series;
  • KNK (band), a five-member South Korean boy band
KNK (band)

KNK (, lit. "great" or "to be great") is a five-member South Korean boy band under YNB Entertainment, the company's first male idol group. KNK is an initialism which stands for K-pop kNocK (Hangul: ). It means "to knock on the door of K-pop with their music." They held their debut showcase on February 29, 2016 and officially released their debut single album entitled "Knock" on March 3, 2016.