10 Best Kpop Music Videos! (Insane Sexy concept)

Updated: Dec 2, 2018


10 Best Kpop Music Videos as of sexy concept!

These are 10 Best Kpop Music Videos as of sexy concept that caused controversy in the K-pop industry. The order is random.

Let's watch the south Korean boy and girl group artists' best K pop music video songs on youtube.

1. Vibrato(떨려요) - Stellar(스텔라)

On July 1, 2015, it was announced that the group will be making a comeback with a digital single on July 20. On July 9 it was revealed the first group image with the new sexy concept, meanwhile on July 13 and July 14, music video teasers were posted online on their official Twitter account. On July 20 the song was released online in several music portals, such as MelOn and iTunes, along with the music video. The song and music videos were scheduled to be released at noon, as most releases of the industry, but the record company decided to postpone the launch for later that day, citing creative reasons. The best Kpop music video was rated 19+ by CJ E&M distributor, seen as provocative and unsuited for minors. (Source : Wikipedia)

2. Marionette(마리오네트) - Stellar(스텔라)

On February 11, 2014, Stellar released a teaser of the best Kpop music videos for the song, which was fully premiered the next day, on February 12. The video, which was directed by Park Seunghun, features the girls dancing at indoors sets and being sexy while performing day to day actions, such as drinking milk and bathing. On February 15, a "no cut" version of the video was released, showing the full choreography for the song entirely filmed in one shot. The video gained 2 million views on YouTube during its first week. It is Stellar's most watched music video and has gathered over 14 million views as of 2017. (Source : Wikipedia)

3. WiggleWiggle(위글위글) - HELLOVENUS(헬로비너스)

On December 23, 2014, it was revealed by Fantagio that the group will be making a comeback in early 2015 with a new song called "Wiggle Wiggle", releasing a group teaser image and a music video teaser rated 18+. On December 29, the cover for the single was released. On January 5, 2015, Fantagio Music released the song digitally through music portals such as MelOn in South Korea and on iTunes, for the global market. On January 8, the best Kpop music videos for the song was released and was rated 19+ seen as provocative. (Source : Wikipedia)

4. I Feel You - Wonder Girls(원더걸스)

On June 24, 2015, JYP Entertainment announced that the Wonder Girls would be making a comeback after a three-year hiatus. A representative of the agency confirmed that former member Sunmi would re-join the group for the first time since withdrawing in 2010. Rather than a dance group, the Wonder Girls returned as a four-member band with each member playing an instrument: Yubin (drums), Yeeun (keyboard), Hyerim (guitar), and Sunmi (bass). Their comeback featured a retro, 1980s sound resonant throughout the album, similar to some of their past releases. On August 2, "I Feel You", the lead single from album, was released. The group released the album, titled Reboot on August 3. The album was a commercial success, charting number five on Gaon Albums Chart and number two on Billboard World Albums. Each member participated in the composition and production of the album. (Source : Wikipedia)

5. Paradise Lost - GAIN(가인)

It was announced that Gain would go on to release her fourth solo mini-album (fifth overall), titled Hawwah in February 2015 as a follow-up to her previous Truth or Dare EP. The album marked the first time in her solo career to feature two title tracks, followed by a Bible-influenced concept. Released in March 2015, the EP eventually debuted and peaked at number five on Gaon Weekly Albums Chart while appearing at number nine on Billboard World Albums Chart, thus became her fourth top five entry and her first to chart in the U.S.. Its singles, "Apple" and "Paradise Lost" peaked at number two and number six on Gaon Weekly Singles Chart respectively. As of April 2015, the album has sold 4,203 copies. She was later announced as one of the participants for JTBC's Going to School, a reality television show about idols going back to high school. During an interview with Billboard, Gain announced that her home group would return with a new album to coincide with their tenth anniversary since debuting in 2006 and the possibilities of another solo release in 2015 also. (Source : Wikipedia)

6. Trouble Maker - Trouble Maker

On November 24, Cube Entertainment announced that HyunA and Hyunseung would form a sub-unit. On November 26, 2011 Trouble Maker released the track listing for the then-upcoming debut album as well as an audio teaser. Hyuna and Hyunseung also performed at the 2011 Mnet Asian Music Awards to further promote the album, showcasing provocative dancing and what was believed to be an intimate kiss, forcing a Cube Entertainment official to make a statement that "the kiss was not lip to lip, but actually lip to cheek." Trouble Maker unveiled their first mini-album on December 1, 2011. On December 6, 2011 HyunA and Hyunseung performed as Trouble Maker at the United Cube concert in London as part of their promotional tour. They then moved onto Brazil a week later. After promotions for Trouble Maker began, the duo were forced to change their choreography due to it being considered too sexy for national broadcast. The new choreography was first performed on December 9's episode of Music Bank. Since its release, it became an instant hit and its popularity soared. Numerous celebrities parodied "Trouble Maker", like in KBS's Dream High, where After School's Kahi and actor Kim Jung Tae replicated the "Trouble Maker" stage. From TV shows, concerts, award shows and more, it is common to see parodies of the duo showing how big an impression HyunA and Hyunseung made on the industry. The song also received numerous first place award in various music show broadcasts, a triple crown in Mnet's M! Countdown (December 15, 22, 29), one in SBS Inkigayo (January 8) and one in JTBC's Music on Top (January 5) (Source : Wikipedia)

7. UP&DOWN(위아래) - EXID(이엑스아이디)

The song debuted at number 34 on the Gaon Digital Chart on the week ending November 22, 2014. In its second week, the song placed at number 7, followed by three-consevutive weeks at number 5 and a new peak at number 3 in its sixth week. The song topped the chart on the week ending January 3, 2015. The song was the 77th best-selling song of 2014 with over 525,183 downloads sold. It was also the 28th best-selling song of 2015 with 971,632 downloads sold. It has sold over 1,496,815 downloads as of December 2015. (Source : Wikipedia)

8. DDD(덜덜덜) - EXID(이엑스아이디)

The song debuted at number 9 on the Gaon Digital Chart, on the chart issue dated November 5–11, 2017, with 89,441 downloads sold and 1,819,529 streams. In its second week, the song fell to number 15, with 59,553 downloads sold and 2,628,760 streams. The song debuted at number 14 on the chart for the month of November 2017, with 222,859 downloads sold and 8,941,891 streams accumulated. It also debuted at number 34 on Billboard Korea's Kpop Hot 100. In its second week, the song rose to number 21 and peaked at number 13 a week later. (Source : Wikipedia)

9. Alone(나혼자) - SISTAR(씨스타)

In early April it was announced that Sistar was going to broadcast their "So Cool" comeback showcase globally in 41 countries. Their first mini album, entitled Alone, was released on 12 April and contained six songs produced by Brave Brothers. Their second mini album, Loving U, was released on 28 June. The mini-album contained the title track, "Loving U", produced by Duble Sidekick, one new song "Holiday" and remixes of the groups' past hits. (Source : Wikipedia)

10. Miniskirt(짧은 치마) - AOA(에이오에이)

The best Kpop music videos and single were released on January 16. On January 26, AOA released an extended cut music video. (Source : Wikipedia)


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