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In Focus: 7 K-Pop Songs We All Honestly Danced To

In Focus: 7 K-Pop Songs We All Honestly Danced To

 

 

Whether it was during a school program or random fun with friends, we all danced to K-pop music at some point in our life. Despite the language barrier, you can't deny that a lot of Korean pop songs have a catchy beat that will make you tap your feet and move your body like you never thought you would. 

Admit it or not, here are some of the biggest K-Pop songs you danced to (or tried to) at least once.

 

1. "Sorry, Sorry" by Super Junior

The first of Super Junior's greatest hits, "Sorry, Sorry" surely made its way to the dance playlists of many school programs.

 

2.  "Nobody" by Wonder Girls

The Wonder Girls was the first K-pop group to break through the local music charts and dominate the international music scene.

 

3. "Gangnam Style" by Psy

A wacky music video that features an even wackier choreography was just what Psy needed to become an internet sensation overnight!

 

4. "Gentleman" by Psy

Fun fact: Ga-in, the woman featured in the music video was part of a girl group that first popularized this hit's choreography through their song "Abracadabra".

 

5. "Fantastic Baby" by Big Bang

This song's beat and vibe was so edgy, a video trend featuring huge groups of people dancing to "Fantastic Baby" arose in 2012.

 

6. "Fire" by 2NE1

2NE1 entered the K-pop scene with a bang and instantly became Korea's most iconic girl group thanks to their debut single "Fire".

 

7. "I Don't Care" by 2NE1

Compared to the strong image 2NE1 portrayed during their debut, they introduced their fresh and feminine side through "I Don't Care."

 

These songs may now be a thing of the past but everything gets better with time. Next time your friends put this song on, you'll surely get up on your feet and dance like there's no tomorrow!

 

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