15 Kpop Songs That Are Completely In English


With the increase in K-Pop lovers around the world, many groups have either released English versions of their songs as gift to international fans or even full songs and albums in English! Here are 15 such songs for you to enjoy!

  

BTS’ DYNAMITE

Although BTS has released songs in English before in collaboration, like Waste It On Me with Steve Aoki, Dynamite marked their first own song to be released completely in English, and needless to say, the whole world enjoyed their new, refreshing and fun track!



KARD’s DON’T RECALL

The English version of KARD’s Don’t Recall became an instant hit among the fans worldwide, also being a great choice for dancing.



NCT 127’s REGULAR

NCT 127’s Regular is definitely a great choice for those fans who can’t speak Korean but want to scream every word of a K-Pop song with the group! This English version has garnered the attention of fans worldwide.



ERIC NAM’s LOVE DIE YOUNG

Love Die Young may seem just like a love song at first, but, Eric told in an interview that ‘love’ could also specify one’s passion and was written with a focus on 'mental health'.



MONSTAX’s SOMEONE’S SOMEONE

MonstaX released a whole album in English consisting of great collaborations as well as a special track for their loving fans, called Someone’s Someone. Check it out here if you haven’t already!



GOT7’s LULLABY

Literally meant as a present to fans all over the world, Got7 released their synth pop track, Lullaby in 4 languages, each one exuding the same energy!



DAY6’s CONGRATULATIONS

Although Congratulations is a really great song, you can also listen to the English versions of other tracks by Day6, such as Zombie, You were Beautiful and more!



THE ROSE’s CALIFORNIA

The Rose’s all English track California, was released as a part of their album RED, and is a great choice for a summer song!



RED VELVET’s REALLY BAD BOY

Before releasing an all English version of ‘Really Bad Boy’, Red Velvet also performed a special version of their hit song ‘Bad Boy’ at Kcon New York, 2018 with English verses. Watch it here!



TXT’s CAT & DOG

The English version of TXT’s Cat & Dog was received really well by the international fans, while the song maintained its charm and upbeat energy!



HENRY’s MONSTER

Henry’s Monster was released in three languages, English, Korean and Chinese, each one retaining the beauty of his vocals with a soulful and mellow tune.



(G)I-DLE’s LATATA

(G)I-DLE released the English version of their hit song Latata as part of their global promotions after signing with 'Republic Records' of US, and was received really well by the international fans.



DEAN’s I’M NOT SORRY

Widely famous in the RnB genre, Dean debuted in US with I’m Not Sorry featuring Eric Bellinger in 2015 which is still, an absolute fan favourite.



TWICE’s MORE & MORE

Twice gifted fans around the world with an English version of their hit track, More & More, and Onces were definitely, more than happy!



WONDER GIRLS’ NOBODY

Wonder Girls’ retro pop single, Nobody was not only a hit in Korea, but also internationally, when its English version made it to the Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming the first K-Pop Group to do so!




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