K-POP PLAYLIST

What is Your Winter K-Pop Playlist?

Below are Winter K-Pop Playlist Ideas’

1. Eunha – “Winter Flower”

This song is a great one to listen to when it’s cold and windy outside because it’s so upbeat!

It’s also fun to dance to if you’re feeling like busting out some moves.

The lyrics are in Korean, but they’re easy enough for anyone who knows the language (or even just English) to figure out.

This song was released in 2018 by K-Pop group GFriend member Eunha and it has a music video featuring all the members of Gabi Diamonds.

This song falls under the genre of pop and has an approximate length of 3 minutes and 37 seconds.

2. IU – “Through the Night”

IU’s “Through the Night” is a song about a woman who is waiting for her lover to come home.

She is alone, but she isn’t lonely: she knows he will be back soon and she can’t wait to see him again.

When he finally walks through the door, they embrace each other and everything gets better.

This song has become popular among fans because it doesn’t only show one side of love—it’s about being together even when things aren’t perfect yet.

3. Gfriend – “L.U.V.”

This one is a bit of a stretch, but hear me out.

If you’re looking for something to play when your friends come over to hang out and watch Netflix, this song is perfect.

You can also tell them it’s about friendship because it does have that theme running through it as well.

It’s not just about love for Gfriend’s fans though—it’s also about the love that they themselves have for their fans: “When I think of you, my heart aches/Wherever I go, wherever we meet/I always want to be with you.”

It’s like if Taylor Swift wrote a song about how much she loves her cats (or whatever animal she has).

This song will make any friend feel special!

4. TWICE – “Sugar and Spice”

TWICE is a girl group from JYP Entertainment.

The song is about the innocence of a girl, but also her sweetness and spice.

The video was filmed in New York City, and it features the members being cute while they go shopping or take selfies in front of iconic landmarks like Times Square and Central Park.

If you love K-pop, this is an essential song to add to your playlist!

5. BTS feat Steve Aoki – “The Truth Untold”

BTS is a popular K-Pop group, and Steve Aoki is a DJ and producer.

Their song was released in 2018 and it’s about the truth being told.

The lyrics are in English, which might be why they’re singing it with Steve Aoki—his music has also been popular in America, particularly with dance clubs.

The video was shot in Seoul, Korea; you can tell because of all the traditional costumes worn by the actors!

6. Henry ft Yoo Seung Woo – “It’s You”

“It’s You” is a sweet, R&B ballad about being in love, missing someone, and longing for them.

The song is sung by Henry (a singer and actor) and Yoo Seung Woo (a singer and actor).

The two stars have been friends for a long time.

Their voices blend together beautifully in this song, which is why they were perfect to sing it together!

7. EXO – “Unfair”

EXO is a South Korean-Chinese boy band based in Seoul, composed of twelve members separated into two subgroups, EXO-K and EXO-M.

They debuted in 2012 with the extended play Mama, which peaked at number two on Gaon Album Chart and sold over 30,000 copies.

In 2013 they made their first appearance on the Forbes Korea Power Celebrity list as one of the most influential celebrities in their respective fields.

Their first studio album XOXO was released in June 2014; it sold over 1 million copies to become one of the best-selling albums of all time by a South Korean artist in just six months since its release (the album has sold over 1.8 million physical copies).

The group won six awards on various music shows within that same year including three consecutive wins on SBS MTV’s The Show with their single “Growl” winning Song of the Year at MelOn Music Awards 2014.” GQ Korea listed them at No. 3 on their 50 Most Influential Men of 2013 list while 20 Magazine named them Best Actors/Actresses”

This song has been picked because it is a good example of how K-Pop can be performed well by even non-native English speakers because it manages to get across emotion very well through singing despite not being able to understand what they’re saying!

I would recommend this song because people will like listening to some Kpop even if they don’t understand what they’re saying.”

8. Red Velvet – “About Love”

If you’re looking for a K-Pop song that’s as sweet as it is catchy, “About Love” is your go-to.

The Red Velvet singers bring a light, breezy vibe to this track about the ups and downs of being in love.

It features a catchy chorus and an upbeat tempo that reminds me of summer, which is why I like it so much—it’s almost the opposite of “Candy Boy,” but still gives me that same positive energy.

9. IU & Super Junior’s Yesung – “Can’t Love You Anymore”

The song is about the pain of a breakup, and IU does an excellent job of conveying that emotion.

She also does some impressive singing in a style that she’s not typically known for.

The instrumental is beautiful, with piano, strings, and horns all contributing to create an elegant tone.

If you haven’t heard this song yet, it’s definitely worth checking out!

10. Punch – “Stay With Me”

Stay With Me by Punch is the perfect winter song.

The MV has romantic scenes of love, which are set in the snow.

This MV could be used for any season, but it’s especially good for winter because it shows two people spending time together outside and enjoying each other’s company–and that’s what winter is all about!

It also features a beautiful piano melody that will make you want to curl up with your loved ones around a fire and tell stories about how much you love them (or something like that).

Conclusion

That’s our list of some of the best K-Pop songs for winter.

There are plenty more great tracks out there, but these are some of our favorites and we hope they can help you find something new to listen to!

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