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Tag: South Korea
Sistar19 – “Gone Not Around Any Longer”
Bora and Hyorin retain the title of “The Body” and “The Voice” of K-pop respectively.
DMTN – “Safety Zone”
I can’t see myself listening to it for longer than a week.
BoA – “Disturbance”
Unfortunately as far as love stories go, this one was dead on arrival.
MYNAME – “Just That Little Thing”
“Just That Little Thing” has a terrific refrain, but is bogged down by lackluster video performances.
Leessang – “Tears” feat Eugene of The SEEYA
Grab the tissues… Perfect: that one word describes everything here. Hip-hop duo LeeSSang are incredibly […]
Puretty – Shuwa Shuwa Baby
Puretty’s debut “Cheki Love” flopped harder than all of 4minute’s Japanese releases.
Nine Muses – “Dolls”
Not necessarily mindblowing, but cements their identity as a group in Kpop.
TINY-G – “Minimanimo”
With the release of second single “Minimanimo”, I find myself running to them with arms wide open.
MFBTY – “Sweet Dream”
With their single “Sweet Dream” they have provided a master class on how to rap, be relevant, and release a completely incomprehensible video.
VIXX – On And On
K-pop never ceases to astound me with their choice of English lyrics.
Jaejoong – “Mine”
Jaejoong may be the perfect leading man, but his song is a letdown.
2Yoon – 24/7
This song has everything you want in a country jam.
Secret’s Sunhwa and B.A.P’s Youngjae are 99 Cent store dute
The music video is a one way ticket to bland city.
TVXQ’s “Catch Me” proves why the original is usually best
Frantic, gorgeous, and sexy are what comes to mind when playing this song.
TVXQ debut “Catch Me” music video teaser
TVXQ brought out the fierceness with their last comeback “Keep Your Head Down”.
RaNia hooks up with YG himself for “Style” comeback
RaNia debuts with collab with YG creator Yang Hyun Suk.