Korea has so much to offer in the way of spices and electronics, but today let’s all focus on their contribution to pop music. You may not understand the words, but prepare to bop along to the catchy beats.
Besides their voices the guys from 2PM also have some serious dance moves. Make sure, if you go to Korea, avoid the DMZ and check out 2PM.
This Korean girl group, Wonder Girls, have conquered most of Asia, and they’re about to conquer your mind with their infectious music.
Big Bang is a super group of sorts. They’ve spawned several of the biggest names in K-pop, like G-Dragon and T.O.P.
Super Junior was formed in 2005 and debuted with 12 members. They are so influential that they’re considered the Kings of Hallyu Wave.
BoA hails from, you guessed it, Korea. She’s been an active force since 2007, and just finally took a stab at the English audience with Eat You Up in 2008.
Orange Caramel was an offshoot of the popular band After School. They’ve since become very popular for their side project, making it all the way to this gallery, which is what every K-pop band wants.
Girls’ Generation, the nine member group, came onto the scene in 2007 but didn’t gain much notoriety until 2009 with Gee.
Hyuna, besides being a member of the group 4Minute, is also quite the force on her own. She’s been featured with Psy for the Gangnam Style video.