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This past decade has certainly witnessed the rise of Kpop’s popularity all around the world, it begins with the massive popularity of Wonder Girls’ “Tell Me” in 2007 and fast-forward to 2020 where you have famous collaborations like BlackPink’s “Ice Cream” with Selena Gomez, showcasing how Kpop managed to take a big step to global. Here are ten of the most iconic girl group songs released in this decade, one from each year between 2010 to 2020!
2010: miss A: Bad Girl, Good Girl
It may have almost been more than a decade since “Bad Girl, Good Girl,” was released, but many idols are still covering this iconic song nowadays.
2011: KARA: Step
The girls enjoyed huge popularity in Japan and they returned to Korea with their biggest hit yet. "Step" is a wonderful song that makes you just want to stand up and dance around.
2012: 2NE1: I Love You
Watching this music video again gives me a lot of nostalgia and goosebump. These girls are so charismatic and full of talent. You can see their passion for music in this music video.
2013: SNSD: I Got a Boy
SNSD’s “I Got a Boy” remains to this day one of the most creative songs in Kpop, because of its unique musical story and eye-catching performance video, featuring Super Junior’s Heechul.
2014: SISTAR: Touch My Body
Like Girl’s Day’s “Something,” and EXID’s “Up and Down,” SISTAR’s “Touch My Body,” is an iconic song that nearly every Kpop idol can instantly replicate in seconds.
2015: 4Minute: Crazy
When fans think of 4Minute, one of their most representative songs is “Crazy,” which took the powerful girl crush concept to another level.
2016: BlackPink: Boombayah
2017: TWICE: Likey
TWICE was at the top of their game when this music video was released. To some, it may sound like your typical ear-wormy pop song with no substance but it actually has deep lyrics about the pressures of nowadays society.
2018: Momoland: Bboom Bboom
Receiving over 400 million views on YouTube, “Bboom Bboom” is one of the most iconic songs of Kpop to date. With an addictive melody and equally addictive dance, “Bboom Bboom” is instantly recognizable after only hearing a few seconds of the song!
2019: IZ*One: Violeta
Born from Produce 48, IZ*ONE is a girl group that perfectly combined Kpop and Jpop, creating a whole new type of sound.
2020: AESPA: Black Mamba
As SM’s new girl group, AESPA instantly was put in the spotlight by fans eagerly awaiting their debut. With a brand new virtual girl group concept, we can’t wait to see where the next decade will take Kpop!