Do Fans Really Think These K Pop Songs Have Sexual Innuendos

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Do Fans Really Think These K-Pop Songs Have Sexual Innuendos
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Do Fans Really Think These K-Pop Songs Have Sexual Innuendos

A lot of K-Pop songs are charming, innocent, sweet and uplifting. However, there are some songs that have a little bit of underlying sexual intention we wouldn't expect! Some say they escape Western music or other genres through K-Pop's fun songs but these fun songs might shock you with their sexual meanings. Check out these K-Pop songs that have a real sexual undertone.

Dal Shabet - Pink Rocket

While the girls of Dal Shabet said the stellar sound was supposed to represent love floating through the air and changing in style, the somewhat pornographic moans and "uh-uh" in the background make it hard to believe.

Fans Say These 10 K-Pop Songs Can Teach You Korean?
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Fans Say These 10 K-Pop Songs Can Teach You Korean?

Everyone knows K-Pop songs are super catchy, so it is no surprise that their casual lyrics combined with these catchy, rhythmical beats will have you repeating these verses all day long. Whether you realized it or not, these lyrics can actually be commonly used when speaking Korean! Check out these 10 songs that will have you mastering (some) Korean in no time!

4Minute - "What's Your Name"

If you want to start with the basics, you need 4Minute. They will have you striking up a conversation in no time with the useful phrase, "What's Your Name?"

DAY6 talk about attending seasonal festivals to writing up new songs with fans
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DAY6 talk about attending seasonal festivals to writing up new songs with fans

On August 15, DAY6interacted with fans via 'DAY6 is composing, you are writing Ep. 8' on Naver's 'V Live'!

The theme for this particular episode was festivals. One of the members mentioned, "The weather is nice these days so there are many festivals going on, whether it be school festivals or rock festivals. We will be creating a song revolving around aspects of such festivals, like the outdoor performances, upbeat atmosphere, and passion."

The boys then had fun playing on the tiny keyboard as they began to brainstorm ideas. Wonpil talked about participating in school festivals pre-debut, saying, "I sang in school festivals from elementary school up until junior high."

23 Top Tier K-Pop Songs That Have The Power To Convert Non-Fans
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23 Top Tier K-Pop Songs That Have The Power To Convert Non-Fans

Whether you got into K-pop yesterday or 10 years ago, there was that one song that lured you in. A conversion song, if you will. Without that special song, destiny may not have brought you to the wonderful world of Korean music. So in an effort to share the love, here are 23 great songs that brought many of us over to the dark side.

In a list like this, Dope is a must. I must admit my personal bias here, as this one has the most special place in my heart. From the beat to the choreo, everything is on point.

Watch: Jay Park Makes Fans Day By Reposting Videos Of Her Dancing To His Songs
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Watch: Jay Park Makes Fans Day By Reposting Videos Of Her Dancing To His Songs

On September 22, Jay Park showed appreciation for a fan through his Instagram. The singer reposted two videos of a fan dancing to his songs All I Wanna Do and Solo in her living room that she had posted on her personal Instagram.

Reciprocating the fans love for his songs, he reposted her videos with the caption, Whenever you listen to my music.. please listen to it like @cheaseoul, the same caption in Korean, then hashtags #getitgirl #aomg #h1ghrmusic#shefollowsthemovement.

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