These 25 Male K-Pop Solo Songs Are The Most-Streamed Of All Time

These 25 Male K-Pop Solo Songs Are The Most-Streamed Of All Time
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#1 has almost 200 million more streams than #25!

While in general, K-Pop groups seem to usually draw more attention, views, and streams than soloists, there are still plenty of solo artists in the industry that are massively successful.

Whether these songs sung by an individual come from an idol that is purely a soloist or comes from an already-successful K-Pop group, there’s no doubt that these singles are much-loved and enjoyed.


These are the current 25 most-watched K-pop male soloist songs on Spotify!

25. “Instagram” by Dean

Released in 2017, this single currently has 72.4 million streams!

24. “Inner Child” by V

Released in 2020, this single currently has 73.2 million streams!

23. “Eyes Nose Lips” by Taeyang

Released in 2014, this single currently has 74.3 million streams!

22. “Intro: Boy Meets Evil” by J-Hope

Released in 2016, this single currently has 74.4 million streams!

21. “Way Back Home” by Shaun

Released in 2018, this single currently has 75.1 million streams!

20. “Daydream” by J-Hope

Released in 2018, this single currently has 78.2 million streams!

19. “Stigma” by V

Released in 2016, this single currently has 80.0 million streams!

18. “Chicken Noodle Soup” by J-Hope (ft. Becky G)

Released in 2019, this single currently has 82.6 million streams!

17. “Intro: Serendipity” by Jimin

Released in 2017, this single currently has 83.8 million streams!

16. “Daechwita” by Agust D

Released in 2020, this single currently has 84.3 million streams!

15. “Begin” by Jungkook

Released in 2016, this single currently has 84.7 million streams!

14. “Beautiful” by Crush

Released in 2016, this single currently has 86.1 million streams!

13. “Any Song” by Zico

Released in 2020, this single currently has 91.0 million streams!

12. “Intro: Persona” by RM

Released in 2019, this single currently has 93.7 million streams!

11. “My Time” by Jungkook

Released in 2020, this single currently has 102.7 million streams!

10. “Sweet Night” by V

Released in 2020, this single currently has 105.9 million streams!

9. “Seesaw” by Suga

Released in 2018, this single currently has 106.5 million streams!

8. “Epiphany” by Jin

Released in 2018, this single currently has 115.0 million streams!

7. “Serendipity” (Full Length) by Jimin

Released in 2018, this single currently has 123.4 million streams!

6. “Lie” by Jimin

Released in 2016, this single currently has 126.9 million streams!

5. “Filter” by Jimin

Released in 2020, this single currently has 127.3 million streams!

4. “Singularity” by V

Released in 2018, this single currently has 146.4 million streams!

3. “Way Back Home” by Shaun (ft. Conor Maynard)

Released in 2018, this single currently has 183.6 million streams!

2. “Euphoria” by Jungkook

Released in 2018, this single currently has 208.6 million streams!

1. “Gangnam Style” by PSY

Released in 2012, this single currently has 255.7 million streams!

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The 25 K-Pop Female Soloist Songs That Have The Most Spotify Streams Ever

We recently took a look at the 25 most-streamed K-Pop male soloist songs of all time, so it’s time for the female soloists to be recognized as well!

BLACKPINK’s Jennie

There are many talented female solo artists in the K-Pop industry, some who are strictly soloists while others debut as a soloist outside of a group. Both of these types of solo singers are on this list, and all of the songs included have 40 million or more streams to date!

MAMAMOO’s Hwasa

These are, to date, the 25 most-streamed K-Pop female soloist songs on the music app!

25. “Roller Coaster” by Chungha

Released in 2018, this song currently has 42.5 million streams on Spotify!

24. “I Miss You” by Soyou

Released in 2016, this song currently has 43.2 million streams on Spotify!

23. “You Are My Everything” by Gummy

Released in 2016, this song currently has 43.4 million streams on Spotify!

22. “Heroine” by Sunmi

Released in 2018, this song currently has 43.7 million streams on Spotify!

21. “All About You” by Taeyeon

Released in 2019, this song currently has 44.3 million streams on Spotify!

20. “11:11” by Taeyeon

Released in 2017, this song currently has 44.6 million streams on Spotify!

19. “What You Waiting For” by Somi

Released in 2020, this song currently has 45.1 million streams on Spotify!

18. “Fine” by Taeyeon

Released in 2017, this song currently has 45.8 million streams on Spotify!

17. “Always” by Yoon Mirae

Released in 2016, this song currently has 45.8 million streams on Spotify!

16. “Breathe” by Lee Hi

Released in 2016, this song currently has 50.0 million streams on Spotify!

15. “Siren” by Sunmi

Released in 2018, this song currently has 53.0 million streams on Spotify!

14. “Blueming” by IU

Released in 2019, this song currently has 54.3 million streams on Spotify!

13. “Hello B*tches” by CL

Released in 2015, this song currently has 55.1 million streams on Spotify!

12. “I Will Go To You Like The First Snow” by Ailee

Released in 2017, this song currently has 56.7 million streams on Spotify!

11. “Through The Night” by IU

Released in 2017, this song currently has 57.6 million streams on Spotify!

10. “Snapping” by Chungha

Released in 2019, this song currently has 60.9 million streams on Spotify!

9. “Twit” by Hwasa

Released in 2019, this song currently has 62.6 million streams on Spotify!

8. “Birthday” by Somi

Released in 2019, this song currently has 66.3 million streams on Spotify!

7. “Palette” by IU (ft. G-Dragon)

Released in 2017, this song currently has 71.1 million streams on Spotify!

6. “Gotta Go” by Chungha

Released in 2019, this song currently has 84.4 million streams on Spotify!

5. “BBIBBI” by IU

Released in 2018, this song currently has 92.6 million streams on Spotify!

4. “Maria” by Hwasa

Released in 2020, this song currently has 98.2 million streams on Spotify!

3. “Eight” by IU (ft. Suga)

Released in 2020, this song currently has 119.2 million streams on Spotify!

2. “Gashina” by Sunmi

Released in 2017, this song currently has 125.9 million streams on Spotify!

1. “Solo” by Jennie

Released in 2018, this song currently has 270.6 million streams on Spotify!

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Top 10 Songs That Korean Students Were Banned From Listening To Before Their SATs

If you’ve ever tried to focus during an exam only to find yourself with an addictive song stuck in your head, you’re not alone. In fact, during university entrance exam season in South Korea, students are strongly discouraged from listening to “SAT banned songs”—the catchiest, most impossible-to-forget tracks. Here are 10 songs that made the list.

1. SHINee – “Ring Ding Dong”

SHINee’s 2009 hit “Ring Ding Dong” was once voted the no.1 song to avoid listening to during entrance exam season. Described as “afro-electro”, the song combines congo drums with synthesized sounds and an incredibly catchy, repetitive hook.

2. BTS – “Go Go”

Released in 2017, BTS B-side “Go Go” is a fan favorite among ARMYs. Repetitions of “yolo yolo”, “dollar dollar”, and more throughout the lyrics make this song impossible to get out of your head once you’ve heard it, even when you’re studying.

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3. Red Velvet – “Dumb Dumb”

“Dumb Dumb” sums up how you’d be feeling if you listened to this 2015 Red Velvet song too many times before taking the CSAT. Not only are the lyrics way too catchy, the instrumental itself features addictive brass and percussion.

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4. Red Velvet – “Zimzalabim”

But “Dumb Dumb” isn’t Red Velvet’s only addictive song. 2019 release “Zimzalabim” was also named one of the song students must avoid listening to before their entrance exams. From its borderline-creepy chanted chorus to its soaring instrumental that chances multiple times throughout, it’s bound to leave a lasting impression.

5. BLACKPINK – “DDU-DU-DDU-DU”

Anyone who was hooked on BLACKPINK’s “DDU-DU-DDU-DU” back in 2018 must have had a difficult time focusing on studying. The trap beat in the background of the instrumental hooks you in right away, while the chorus and bridge lines are impossible to forget.

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6. MOMOLAND – “BBoom BBoom”

It’s not difficult to work out why MOMOLAND’s 2018 song “BBoom BBoom” became so popular worldwide. It’s the kind of song that you can’t listen to just once, and even the choreography will get stuck in your head.

7. Super Junior – “Sorry, Sorry”

One of the OG banned songs, “Sorry Sorry” (released by Super Junior in 2009) was created to be fun and easy to listen to. With a heavy beat and funk influences, it likely had students apologizing “sorry, sorry” to their parents when exam results rolled in.

8. SF9 – “O Sole Mio”

SF9’s 2017 Latin-infused dance track “O Sole Mio” is yet another addictive song no one should listen to before their CSAT exam. From the moment you hear that guitar riff, you’ll have a hard time forgetting this one.

9. T-ARA – “Bo Peep Bo Peep”

“Bo Peep Bo Peep” was released in 2011, and it’s still one of T-ARA’s most popular songs to this day. Created by Shinsadong Tiger, one of K-Pop’s kinds of addictive songs, it features simple yet catchy lyrics that anyone can sing along to—even when they don’t intend to.

10. SS501 – “U R Man”

Alongside “Ring Ding Dong”, SS501’s “U R Man” is considered one of the top songs you shouldn’t listen to while studying. It may be over a decade old, but rumor has it this track’s addictive powers live on to this day.

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Top 10 Female K-Pop Idols Who Should Play "Bad Girl" Characters in K-Drama

Temporarily ignoring their real personalities, we can all see that there are Kpop female idols who possess arrogant, attractive visuals and even exude a 'bad girl' aura. In Korean films, there will often be no shortage of villains with the same color as the visuals of these female idols, whether the role of a rich lady often inhibits viewers or roles with sassy personality of a Big boss.

Recently, Knet has named 10 Kpop female idols who will be suitable for playing such villains thanks to their "devious" visuals and vibes.

Female idols who match the female role of the brooch, have a haughty personality and always seek to win the male lead's heart.

Kim Minju (IZ*ONE)

Heejin (LOONA)

Mina (TWICE)

Naeun (APINK)

The female idols play the role of 'evil girl' with cruelness in action movies and detective films.

Saerom (fromis_9)

Yeeun (CLC)

Lisa (BLACKPINK)

Female idols who match the role of 'big sister', 'school boss' with a righteous heart but can also win any fight with anyone.

HyunAh

Solar (MAMAMOO)

Seulgi (Red Velvet)

Many Korean netizens affirmed that if the following female idols actually act in movies, no matter how 'obnoxious' their roles are, they will attract a large fanbase and even occupy the spotlight of leading roles.

Do you agree with this list?