6 Anime Theme Songs By Kpop Artists

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Although, K-Pop is taking the world by storm these days, it is true that Anime are equally popular worldwide. As many K-Pop artists have lent their voices for recording the theme songs of some famous series, anime lovers may have been unknowingly introduced to K-Pop years back. Here are 6 such theme songs of well known anime series!


YOUNHA's HOUKI BOSHI (BLEACH)

Younha has sung various theme songs for many famous anime series like Bleach, Jyu Oh Sei, Kiba and Rideback among more.



TVXQ's WE ARE (ONE PIECE) 

TVXQ have released three theme songs for One Piece, one of the most popular anime series. They’ve also sung the themes for other series like Yokai Watch and more.



BOYFRIEND's HITOMI NO MELODY (DETECTIVE CONAN)

Boyfriend lent their voice to record the 44th ending song for Detective Conan, a long running and widely known anime with many fans worldwide.



BOA's EVERY HEART (INU YASHA)

Boa’s Every Heart was released as the fourth ending song for the hit anime Inuyasha, which remains one of the most popular anime songs to this date. Her opening song for Fairy Tail is also a fan’s favourite.



2PM's TAKE OFF (AO NO EXORCIST)

2PM’s Take Off was featured as the first ending song for the Blue Exorcist anime series marking this as their Japanese debut single.




APINK's BRAND NEW DAYS (RILU RILU FAIRILU)

Apink’s opening song for Rilu Rilu Fairilu marked their first Japanese single which wasn’t a reproduction of their Korean tracks. After this, they sang another theme for the same series called Papipupe Pon.



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