Top 10 KPop Gym Songs

Top 10 KPop Gym Songs

Yeah, obviously this is merely my opinion, have been hitting the gym regularly lately, without music each section passes slower than expected, since KPop is part of my life, integrating it into my gym sessions is no doubt a decent idea.

Here comes my Top 10 Gym Songs playlist:

1. GOT7 - Girls Girls Girls

2. Big Bang - Bang Bang Bang

3. BTS - No More Dream

4. 2PM - Hands Up

5. B.A.P - Warrior

6. Rain - Rainism

7. BigStar - Hot Boy

8. MBLAQ - Oh Yeah

9. SHINee - Everybody

10. TVXQ - Keep Ur Head Down

All the best with gym buddies, feel free to share your gym songs with us.

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Top songs of Kpop girl groups during the first 5 years this XXI century

Top songs of Kpop girl groups during the first 5 years this XXI century

The 10 Best K-Pop Girl Group Hits From the First Half of the Decade Well, Soompiers, we are now into July, and officially into the second half of 2015…and also the decade! Seeing as how much fun we had bringing you our list of unforgettable boyband hits from the first half of the 2010s last week, it is now time to let the girls in on the act.

This decade has seen swarms of new girl groups appear on the K-Pop scene, and the comebacks have come thick and fast. So before we speed into the second half of the decade, let’s take a look back at some of the best tracks the decade has had to offer so far.

Take a look at our list, vote in the poll and tell us what your favorite all-female tracks are in the comments!

SISTAR’s “So Cool” SISTAR_main

SISTAR and Brave Sound / the illest collaboration” – that is how this ditty starts. And despite this quite braggadocious Brave Brothers-penned opening, it isn’t wrong. Well, not in the case of this song anyway.

Gyms in Korea were playing this for years after it dropped because its relentless beat is not only catchy, it is actually relatively fast. At approximately 130bpm, it is even quicker than American dance hits like Rihanna’s “Only Girl in the World” and Maroon 5’s “Moves Like Jagger.” If you are making a running playlist, basically, you will want “So Cool” to start playing at the point when you are kicking for the finish line.

Fitting in with the exercise theme, the music video was (loosely) inspired by the Daegu-hosted IAAF World Championships in 2011, which explains all the spangly batons, hurdling, and this sort of thing:

SISTAR_So Cool

And not forgetting this technically perfect-looking Fosbury Flop from Bora in the high jump. A gold medal for that lady, please.

SISTAR

The video also features DJ DOC, which is like a statement of intent – DJ DOC simply does not do slow and sultry.

DJ DOC

SISTAR has gone on to dominate the charts with post-“So Cool” releases, but you could argue that from a purely musical standpoint, the girls have yet to top this.

miss A’s “Hush” Miss A_main

It probably took a leap of faith from JYP Entertainment head honcho Park Jin Young to hand over songwriting duties to another producer for this song.

Consider that prior to “Hush,” JYP himself had personally produced and composed miss A’s lead tracks – from “Bad Girl, Good Girl” to “I Don’t Need a Man.” To surrender creative control in the case of a group you have put together, written music and lyrics for, and spent hours in the studio with cannot be an easy thing.

miss A_JYP

But this brave decision paid off in spades. In came writing-production team E-Tribe, the masterminds who put together Dal Shabet and produced tracks like Girls’ Generation’s “Gee” and T-ara’s super-catchy “Yayaya.”

The result was a mature yet very fun song, with a distinctive guitar line, and a memorable chorus. The choreography was also very tight, and involved the girls (or their managers) lugging a metal frame from music show to music show during the promotions of this song. Was it a shower curtain rail? Was it lifted from a subway car?

miss A_bar

Well, whatever it was, it got the job done.

Secret’s “Poison” Secret_main

Secret has been responsible for some of the best upbeat Korean songs of the past five years, despite making a fairly low-key start in 2009 with “I Want You Back.” A duo of high-tempo dance hits firmly established the group’s status as a dance act in 2010 in the form of the hard pop number “Magic” and the festival of brass and beats that was “Madonna.”

At the heart of the Secret sound for many of the group’s hits has been the songwriting team of Kang Ji Won and Kim Ki Bum, who also worked their magic on a whole host of B.A.P songs.

But for this track, Kang Ji Won, Kim Ki Bum, Secret, and TS Entertainment really stepped up their game. In fact, as pop songs go, this is almost faultless, and you know it from the second you hear the brass intro. Brass sounds worked wonders on “Madonna” and they work even better on this song. The two Hana (or was she still Zinger at this stage?) rap sections at 02:01 and 03:22 are a masterclass in both production and execution.

And instead of all the unconvincing cutesy concepts used in conjunction with many of Secret’s other efforts, the theme that Secret and TS matched used for this song was also spot on. Based on American film noir anti-heroines of the 1940s and 1950s, the costumes involved pinstripe suits, veils, and silk gloves. The result was a truly unique look and a perfect fit for these girls.

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Sounds as fresh today as it did in 2012 and is by far Secret’s best release to date.

Girls’ Generation’s “Mr.Mr.” Girls Generation_main

Unlike many other girl groups who have started slow and improved their musical output over time, SM Entertainment’s flagship girl group dropped some pretty fierce tracks very early on in their career. “Gee” was the song that put the girls on the map, and “Tell Me Your Wish (Genie)” cemented the act’s place as the de facto number one girl group in Korea.

Girls Generation_gee

I may get some hate for saying this, but after that, I felt the group lost its way musically. Songs like “Oh!” and “I Got a Boy” are passable, yes. But they are just not on the same level as “Genie,” with its inspirational synth bassline and watertight production values, especially on the vocals.

(click here if you want to skip the rather lengthy car sounds intro)

Although still musically quite a way ahead of many other girl groups, SNSD post-“Genie” was missing something in the audio department – until “Mr.Mr.” that is.

Put together by sometime Mary J. Blige, Oliva, Babyface, and Lionel Richie collaborators The Underdogs, this is a musical tour de force, a return to the form of “Gee.”

Whereas many K-Pop songs tend to pull the tired old trick of shifting the song’s key up by half an octave for the final chorus, “Mr.Mr.” actually does this twice, meaning that the song actually ends a full octave higher than where it started at. It makes for a very nice audio twist at the back end of the track.

The visual concept SM and Girls Generation went for with this was also a winner.

Girls Generation

A sophisticated and mature take on the women-in-menswear look. Sharp.

KARA’s “Step” KARA_main

KARA had come so close to putting out a great song before, but something was always just slightly amiss until “Step.” This is where it all came together, though. It is not worth pointing out all the good elements that constitute the track, because every single aspect of it works. Even the troublesome “middle eight” bars are beautifully transitioned into, beautifully sung by Gyuri in particular and beautifully transitioned out of again.

Although the big (and sometimes fake) retro microphone thing has been done to death in recent years…

Retro Mics

…this has arguably been the most memorable use of the prop in question.

KARA_mic

The group came close to pulling off a part two of “Step” with “Mamma Mia” last year, another outstanding dance-pop number, but the 2011 classic has an almost timeless quality about it.

4MINUTE’s “Volume Up” 4Minute

It is hard not to fall for 4MINUTE (unless you hate dance music and sexy girls, that is). Despite the group’s obvious charms, their music is, with the exception of “Cold Rain,” relentless up-tempo stuff that takes its direct cues from the world of electronica.

Few acts would have done justice to a song like “Crazy” as 4Minute did, and even early hits like “Muzik” have impressed.

But “Volume Up” is 4MINUTE’s most complete song to date. Sophisticated and expertly orchestrated by Shinsadong Tiger and RaDo (who also worked on the excellent Troublemaker debut), this one stays with you; and is more multi-dimensional than some of the group’s more straightforward dance hits.

Rainbow’s “A” Rainbow_main

Rainbow and Sweetune. Oh for a return to those good old days.

This and “Mach” – nothing short of perfect.

Crayon Pop’s “Bing Bing” Crayon Pop main

Certainly not one of Crayon Pop’s bigger hits, but easily one of their most popular. At the showcase event for the group’s latest release, “FM,” held in Seoul’s busy Dongdaemun area in March this year, the group asked the crowd which song they would like to hear as an encore. The fans may have been unprepared for the question, but answered instantly. Their choice was unanimous. “Bing Bing,” they cried.

The girls were down for performing the track, although sadly the organizers had not thought to bring the “Bing Bing” backing track along, so the crowd had to settle for watching them perform “FM” again.

Although it started out life essentially as a B-side to the group’s debut track “Saturday Night,” “Bing Bing” is more than just a filler track. The group has performed it at music shows and most of its concerts, and it was the track that gave the act both its formative sound and image. This was effectively the debut of the matching tracksuits, the girls’ most defining look.

Crayon Pop

In musical terms, it was also a move away from the harder dance sound of “Saturday Night” and further towards the pure pop sound that better befits the act’s name and concept. Plus there was this ultra-cool shoulder-shuffle dance move.

Video by drighk (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSweDT96Y8E) Video by drighk

No, it does not have the novelty value of “Bar Bar Bar.” Nor does it have the polish of “FM.”

Crayon Pop_FM and Bar Bar Bar

But “Bing Bing” trumps both by just being a fantastic all-round pop song.

Possibly the best performance of the track is this live version, which morphs into a mash-up of Daft Punk’s “Harder Better Faster Stronger” and then back into “Bing Bing,” incorporating some pretty nifty dance moves to boot. If you weren’t already besotted with Crayon Pop, you will be after watching this.

You’re welcome.

Dal Shabet’s “B.B.B” Dal Shabet_main

This is another case of big name producers allowing rival hitmakers the chance to work with a pet project.

In this instance, E-Tribe, the duo who put Dal Shabet together, decided to make way for possibly the biggest name in K-Pop music-making, Shinsadong Tiger.

The results were utterly astounding, and probably had a lot of first-time listeners checking their mp3 players. Was this really Dal Shabet? As in “Pink Rocket” Dal Shabet?

For many people, Dal Shabet ranks as a fairly middling act. However, anyone who follows the group will tell you that in recent years the girls have really upped their musical game, particularly with songs like “Have, Don’t Have.”

Seriously, that video is “Gangnam Style” levels of fun, especially this part:

Dal Shabet

However, few girl group songs this decade have sounded as mature and sophisticated as “B.B.B.” In fact, this song barely sounds like a K-Pop track at all, more like a fast-paced modern remix of an eighties synthpop number. The keyboard track sounds like they have come straight out of this kind of era:

While the synthesizer tracks ooze this kind of thing:

Yet there is a much more upbeat theme going on in “B.B.B,” something that gives the song the feel of an old-school classic roller-disco hit.

If you are not feeling this version, the “Shinsadong Tiger Remix,” included on the album, has a harder bassline and beat and disposes with the synthpop elements in favor of a more typical K-Pop sound.

However, kudos to Happy Face Entertainment for having the courage of their convictions and choosing to promote the original mix, rather than going with the remix.

2NE1’s “Clap Your Hands” 2NE1_main

Even if you are not a fan of 2NE1, you have to admire the fact that YG Entertainment’s flagship female act has an identifiable sound, which is not something you can say about the vast majority of girl groups out there. Possibly the main reason for this is the fact that 2NE1 has worked pretty extensively with Teddy (aka Teddy Park), YG’s biggest name in-house producer.

Working mostly with a single producer has a lot of advantages. It is worth considering that many acts that have largely worked with one producer have succeeded together in crafting some pretty unique works.

2NE1_Teddy

Examples include George Martin, who worked on every single Beatles album, or long-time TLC producer Dallas Austin.

Perhaps the only K-Pop girl group other than 2NE1 to achieve musical consistency in recent years has been Nine Muses, who have worked fairly consistently with Sweetune over the years. In fact, the Sweetune-Nine Muses relationship has yielded some pretty outstanding songs, “Wild” in particular.

Having already struck gold first time round with 2NE1’s outstanding debut, “Fire” (still by far the act’s best song in my book), Teddy again teamed up with co-composer Kush for “Clap Your Hands.” Following the same formula, playing to the group’s already-established strengths, the result was a song that was at once catchy, trendy and memorable, with its fuzzy-heavy, distorted bassline and multiple, deep house-inspired keyboard sounds.

Honorary Mention Ladies Code’s “Pretty Pretty” ladies code pretty pretty

Honestly, this song is better than half of the songs on the list above. But it is impossible to just listen to it for pure enjoyment now, bearing in mind the unspeakably tragic fate that befell RiSe and EunB last year. In 2015, instead of making you want to dance, listening to this now will more likely just make you want to cry.

That takes nothing away from the track, however, which deserves to rank up there as an all-time K-Pop classic.

So much for our list, Soompiers, now it’s over to you! Vote in the poll, tell us your thoughts on our selections and let us know what your top 10 girl group tracks of the 2010s are.

Here is the playlist for The 10 Best K-Pop Girl Group Hits From the First Half of the Decade:

timmydee is a music geek with a penchant for pop, an enthusiasm for electronica and a hankering for hip-hop. When he isn’t writing for Soompi, he is remixing your favorite K-Pop tracks – with sometimes astounding (but often catastrophic) results.

*The views expressed in this article solely reflect those of the author and do not represent Soompi as a whole.

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Five Kpop Brainwashing Songs; Dont Be Scared, Its All About the Melody (Video)

Five Kpop Brainwashing Songs; Dont Be Scared, Its All About the Melody (Video)

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Five Kpop Brainwashing Songs; Don’t Be Scared, It’s All About the Melody (Video) Girls Generation Kpop brainwashing songs? Don't be scared. Kpop brainwash songs are going to turn you into a political assassin or change your faith or religion. Kpop brainwash songs are songs that have a line that repeats so many times that the melody gets stuck in your head.

Brainwashing songs were introduced in 2009, when Korean pop girl group Kara released their hit "Wanna." They were an extension of the "hook" song.

At the time, Kara explained "It's not a certain word repeating, but rather, it's a sentence repeating which makes the song sound more monotonous. But as the song goes on, as opposed to the lyric, the melody will change. They try to come up with new dance routine for every performance in order to enhance the addictive lyrics."

In Kara's hit "Wanna," the phrase "It's you I love" is repeated more than 30 times to enhance its "ultimate addictiveness."

4Minute's "Mirror Mirror" is absolutely Mesmerizing

FX's Rum Pum Pum Pum will have you dancing along like you have no choice.

You will love The Wonder Girls more than money in "Like Money"

Girls' Generation's Galaxy Supernova will blast you into outer space.

Special Mention: While it is not exactly a brainwash song because Andamiro is not singing a phrase, in her breakthrough hit, "Hypnotize," she sings the word hypnotize 41 times. If you don't think that's enough to brainwash someone into loving a song, why was it such a big dance hit?

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Robin Thicke Nabbed Two Songs From Marvin Gaye, Says Suit;  Song That Got Miley Cyrus Twerking at the VMAs 2013 Performance Generates More Controversy; Kpop Artist IU Also in Copyright Scandal

Robin Thicke Nabbed Two Songs From Marvin Gaye, Says Suit; Song That Got Miley Cyrus Twerking at the VMAs 2013 Performance Generates More Controversy; Kpop Artist IU Also in Copyright Scandal

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'Blurred Lines' Lawsuit: Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines," which got Miley Cyrus twerking at the VMAs 2013 performance, was copped from two Marvin Gaye songs, according to a lawsuit by Marvin Gaye's family. Copyright claims also came against Kpop star IU this week, for new hit, "The Red Shoes." Kpop star Hyuna also raised eyebrows for similarities between the new Trouble Maker video "Now" and Rihanna's video for "We Found Love."

"Blurred Lines" is Robin Thicke's biggest hit. Marvin Gaye's children filed legal papers saying Robin Thicke stole Gaye's "After the Dance" for his song "Love After War." The family of the late Motown legend says Robin Thicke has a "Marvin Gaye fixation" and has copped more than a few licks from his idol.

Gaye's family is also suing the song publisher EMI April, which is owned by Sony/ATV. The suit says EMI breached a contract because it didn't protect Marvin Gaye's songs, tried to scare the family away from suing and didn't stay neutral in the fight. The also says EMI tried to make the Gaye family look bad in the press.

Robin Thicke Nabbed Two Songs From Marvin Gaye, Says Suit;Song That Got Miley Cyrus Twerking at the VMAs 2013 Performance Generates More Controversy; Kpop Artist IU Also in Copyright Scandal

Kpop Star IU was also recently accused of plagiarism in her new single "The Red Shoes."

IU's "The Red Shoes" is being compared to Nekta's 2009 hit "Here's Us."

Kpop singer IU's "The Red Shoes" was written by Lee Min Soo and Kim Ee Na.

Marvin Gaye'sfamily says that should cost EMI the right to Marvin Gaye songs. EMI shouldn't profit from Marvin Gaye and they should lose all profits on "Blurred Lines." EMI should also lose the rights to administer Marvin Gaye's catalog, known as the "Prince of Soul."

Thick might have seen this coming. In August, Thicke preemptively protected "Blurred Lines" from claims against Marvin Gaye and Funkadelic's "Sexy Ways," along with his producers Pharrell Williams and Clifford Harris Jr. in California federal court. They claimed that a song that is "reminiscent of a 'sound' is not copyright infringement." In other words, they wanted to capture the feel and energy of the original recordings that made Gaye a star, but weren't actually stealing the song. They were paying the song homage.

Court papers indicate Frankie Gaye and Nona Gaye say the suit is about "blatant copying of a constellation of distinctive and significant compositional elements of Marvin Gaye's classic #1 song." They also say that Robin Thicke it in interviews with GQ and Billboard.

Thicke told GQ "Pharrell and I were in the studio and I told him that one of my favorite songs of all time was Marvin Gaye's 'Got to Give It Up.' I was like, 'Damn, we should make something like that, something with that groove.' Then he started playing a little something and we literally wrote the song in about a half hour and recorded it."

After the original suit was filed, Thicke told TMZ: he didn't think of Marvin Gaye when writing "Blurred Lines."

The Gaye family says music critics at The New York Times, Vice, Rolling Stone and Bloomberg Businessweek all saw similarities between the Gaye songs and "Blurred Lines." Musicologist Judith Finell noticed "at least eight substantially similar compositional features" with Gaye's original. According to the court papers Finell said the signature phrase, vocal hook, backup vocal hook, their variations, and the keyboard and bass lines "far surpassing the similarities that might result from attempts to evoke an 'era' of music or a shared genre."

The suit also cites Thicke for "including the similar bridge and identical lyrics from Marvin Gaye's 'I Want You' in Thicke's similarly-themed work, 'Make U Love Me.' It also makes claims only over similarities between Thicke's "Love After War" and Gaye's "After the Dance."

Marvin Gaye's family claims that not only did EMI refuse to bring counterclaims after seeing a "renowned musicologist's report," but that it gave "strong biased support to the Blurred Writers."

EMI said the Gaye family guilty of "ruining an incredible song," "killing the goose that laid the golden egg" and being responsible for "Blurred Lines" not receiving an MTV Video Music Award.

Marvin Gaye's family accused EMI and Williams and Thicke reps of "the planting of a knowingly false story in the press that the Gaye Family supposedly turned down a "six figure settlement" (no such offer was made) in order to make them appear unreasonable."

Thicke's Lawyer, Howard King, told The Hollywood Reporter,"Plaintiffs anticipated a baseless counterclaim for copyright infringement when they filed their original complaint for declaratory relief, so no surprise there. What is surprising in their press-release-disguised-as-a-complaint (much of which will eventually be stricken by the court) is their acknowledgment that the Gaye family has no standing to bring a copyright claim. For this, they blame EMI, the administrator and registered copyright owner of the Marvin Gaye songs. Obviously, EMI, which is in the business of collecting substantial sums for actual infringements, regardless of the publishing affiliations of the infringers, consulted their own expert musicologists who gave the same opinion our 3 musicologists gave: The genres of the songs are the same, the notes are different. So whether or not plaintiffs are fans of Marvin Gaye is irrelevant; no infringement occurred here."

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GFRIEND Talks About What It’s Like Having 4 Consecutive Hit Songs

GFRIEND Talks About What It’s Like Having 4 Consecutive Hit Songs

GFRIEND Talks About What Its Like Having 4 Consecutive Hit Songsjun2yng July 11, 2016 0 GFRIEND Talks About What Its Like Having Four Consecutive Hit Songs GFRIEND held a show off for the unlockin their beginning album “LOL” at the afternoon of July 11, where they mentioned how they feel about their new song’s success.

GFRIEND’s name track, “Navillera,” which used to be released middle of the night July 11, has crowned seven music charts upon its release. GFRIEND’s “Rough,” which turned into released in January of this year, landed the no. 1 spot on Gaon’s 2016 first part review of the virtualbest 100.

Yuju said, “We can’t agree with it. It kind of feels surreal for all of us. Sinbi also said, “Our taste is vitality and purity. It feels excellent to listenother people say that we’ve come into our musical color.”

When asked if theyve ever concept that theyre converting the order of lady groups, GFRIEND said, We havent once thought that were replacing the order of lady groups. This is solely a step on the style up.

“Navillera,” which is of a identical feel to “Rough,” and consistent with the group’s signature upbeat sound, is the group’s fourth directly hit since debut, following “Glass Bead,” “Me Gustas Tu,” and “Rough.”

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GFRIEND Talks About How They Feel Having 4 Consecutive Hit Songs

GFRIEND Talks About How They Feel Having 4 Consecutive Hit Songs

GFRIEND Talks About How They Feel Having 4 Consecutive Hit Songsjun2yng July 11, 2016 0 GFRIEND Talks About How They Feel Having Four Consecutive Hit Songs GFRIEND held a show off for the unlockin their beginning album “LOL” at the afternoon of July 11, where they mentioned how they feel about their new song’s success.

GFRIEND’s name track, “Navillera,” which used to be released nighttime July 11, has crowned seven music charts upon its release. GFRIEND’s “Rough,” which became released in January of this year, landed the no. 1 spot on Gaon’s 2016 first part review of the virtualmost sensible 100.

Yuju said, “We can’t accept as true with it. It type of feels surreal for all of us. Sinbi also said, “Our taste is energy and purity. It feels excellent to listenother people say that we’ve come into our musical color.”

When asked if theyve ever concept that theyre converting the order of woman groups, GFRIEND said, We havent once thought that were replacing the order of girl groups. This is solely a step on the style up.

“Navillera,” which is of a identical feel to “Rough,” and consistent with the group’s signature upbeat sound, is the group’s fourth immediately hit since debut, following “Glass Bead,” “Me Gustas Tu,” and “Rough.”

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Quiz: Are you in a position to  Wager  Those K-Pop Girl-Group Songs Based totally  Simplest On Their Instrumentals

Quiz: Are you in a position to Wager Those K-Pop Girl-Group Songs Based totally Simplest On Their Instrumentals

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterSome songs are so memorable that enthusiasts can appreciate them just from a couple of seconds of the instrumental. 

With such so much ofwomanteamsliberating hit songs lately, fans have created a video quiz to peer but how many they know by way of heart. With lower than 15 seconds of every to wagerevery one song, fans are given the dangerto test out and guess all ten fresh daughterteam hits. Featuring songs by popular girl groups similar to ApinkEXID, and TWICE, the video quiz is certain to difficulty any K-pop fan. Give the quiz a attempt to see how smartly you know recent girl neighborhood songs:

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Fans Claim Those 7 Songs Have The maximum productive K-Pop Dance Choreographies Of All Time

Fans Claim Those 7 Songs Have The maximum productive K-Pop Dance Choreographies Of All Time

6kstocksShare on FacebookShare on Twitter Male K-pop groups are known across the world for having one of the mostmaximumtricky and spell binding choreography in the entertainment industry. 

From seasoned veterans to recently-debuted rookies, male idols have shown their impeccable dancing skill equally a product in theirlong and intense training. And whilst there are dozens have iconic dances during the history of K-pop, loverscurrently compiled a listing of the most impressive choreography, featuring bestteams such as TVXQBIGBANG, and EXO.

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TWICE Bravely Plays Hit Songs At Reside Concert In spite of Slippery Thunderstorm Conditions

TWICE Bravely Plays Hit Songs At Reside Concert In spite of Slippery Thunderstorm Conditions

2kstocksShare on FacebookShare on Twitter K-pop idols are known for being incredibly pro and appearing even below the maximumexcessive weather conditions. 

On July 1st, rookie lady group TWICE took to the degreeto accomplish their debut song Like OOH-AHH and newest hit Cheer Up for SBS radio program Cultwo Shows 10th anniversary exhibit in spite of the heavy rain. Even though the rain did end up to be a little of an obstacle, causing the women to be a piece more warythroughout their performance, lovers praised the individuals for their cheerful attitude and bright energy, making for a stupendous stage enjoyed by capacity of fans who were expectinga super show.

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Jang Ki Ha Talks About His Love Existence With IU And Favourite Songs By capacity of Her

Jang Ki Ha Talks About His Love Existence With IU And Favourite Songs By capacity of Her

Jang Ki Ha Talks About His Love Lifestyles amongst IU And Favourite Songs Via HerJiwonYu June 28, 2016 0 Jang Ki Ha Talks About His Love Life With IU And Favorite Songs By Her At the June 28 broadcast of MBC FM4Us Teis Dreaming Radio, Jang Ki Ha and the Faces got here as guests.

When asked, Whats your favorite song by IU? Jang Ki Ha answers, My favorite song is Glasses. I truly likeeither Glasses and Knee yet I picked Glasses because its less known and I need it to transform more popular.

Another query asks, Is there a specificmatch that you did for IU that she liked, and how do you two date?

Jang Ki Ha says, There are so much of events. Its now not events, really. Its just how express my emotionsagainst her. IUs filming a drama appropriate now. I once went to the filming web site to beef up her.

He adds, We dont have time up to nowat the moment but we strive to up to we can. Were doing well.

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