Girl’s Generation is back again! They’ve just released their newest Japanese music video for Galaxy Supernova. Of course, the SONEs all over the world are celebrating. I’m not really their biggest fan but I do enjoy their songs (and some of their variety shows). This time, SNSD has stick to the electric side of music
I’m not new to this K-Pop things and I’ve already heard bunch of songs. There are those meh songs and there are those ah-mazing songs. Awesomely, some of these ah-mazing songs have Music Videos (rejoice! rejoice!) which I can watch and spazz for a long time. Unfortunately, some of these songs didn’t have MV so
This is like the next song that I’ve heard from him after I heard him sing in Kris TV (that was a long time ago). He was singing Forever Young and still, his talent in performing is very much visible. Gone was the boy who won Little Big Star. He is no longer the skinny
After his worldwide hit Gangnam Style, Psy has followed it up with this new song Gentleman. It is more of an electronic pop song compared to Gangnam. Will this song reach the same popularity as Gangnam? From the start of the song, it’s like a party tune because it’s kind of electric (dubstep?) and some
This is the first SNSD music video that I really looked forward to watch because the teaser was good. The girls wearing something like punk, disregarding their usual dresses and cutesy clothes. They had a strong teaser photos and video. I actually expected an over the top music video. On the intro, you can
The first time that I heard that SNSD had released a new MV, I wasn’t really excited. I’m not a really big fan of them but I do enjoy their songs. It’s just that The Boys for me wasn’t really that awesome and lack the cool-ness and SNSD’s personality. I’m not saying that they should
Because he’s an epic rapper. I love his songs. I love his compositions. I love his collaboration with other artists to create an amazing music. A music in Filipino language. A music with story and not just noise. A rap with an art. The first song I heard from his was Simpleng tao (Simple Person).
I’ve been a K-Pop since 2009 during Super Junior’s Sorry Sorry era. I was amazed by the unique tune of the song and the fact that I like the song even if I don’t understand the lyrics. So I researched more about other songs and was introduced to Girls Generation’s Gee and Genie. Then came
For the record, I am not a Hyuna fan nor a hater. I happened to get curious about this when I saw the trailer. I mean, really? My first thought was, “So Korea actually allowed that?” Given that there are already many music videos/choreography/songs that were actually banned because of explicit themes, they allowed this?
So these are my top 5 favorite music videos that belongs to Korean Pop. I’ve been a fan since 2009 and I’ve seen a lot of amazing music videos. These 5 are my top 5 for now. Bigbang’s Haru Haru This is definitely in my list. The first time I saw this music video was