Say what you will about the news throughout , but you can't deny it was a major year of musical innovation and breakthroughs. From standout albums from pop icons, queer game-changes and future-thinking newcomers , the musical landscape never looked brighter and K-pop arguably played a major part in this. After years of steady but slow progress, it finally felt like the K-pop scene made its major breakthrough in While BTS was the undeniable ringleader with their top-charting albums and visibility across the most coveted and mainstream platforms, the guys played an important part in opening the eyes to literally millions that great and, perhaps most importantly, meaningful music was coming from South Korea and didn't necessarily need to all be in English. Meanwhile, boy bands like EXO and NCT followed along with impactful albums , both selling thousands in their first weeks. The rising girl group seemed to have found a niche style with this quirky bop that balances its punchy chorus with a trap-inflected second verse. Even without its wild choreography — a must-see, if just for member JooE wilin' out on the breakdown — "Bboom Bboom" boasts the feel-good pop vibes we were all craving in With 13 members — yes, you read that right, — boy band Seventeen has a wide range of skills to showcase and did just that throughout with the feel-good bubblegum pop of "A-Teen," 8bit-inspired summer jam "Oh My!
Compiling the definitive best of a given year is no easy feat —especially for the KultScene editorial team. And yet here we are. As said in our part one of the top songs of , we looked back on another year in K-pop and came up with a list of what we think excelled above the rest. This year, girl groups exceeded expectations concept and genre-wise, securing spots a the top. Boy groups, both new and old, continued to reinvent themselves and deliver fresh music. Solo artists kept themselves visible and challenged even the better established ensembles. Despite its sweet meaning of gratitude, its lyrics also convey intensity and depth, and is matched by the constantly changing dynamics of the track. The song seamlessly transits between its rap and vocal parts, allowing all the members of the group to shine in various ways.
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Jenny is a twenty-something-year-old who loves writing novels, poems and articles about her experiences in life. K-pop is dominating the world's airwaves. Almost every country has been introduced to their music.
In , Korean artists pushed the boundaries of what K-pop can do on the world stage. BTS led the charge, sweeping awards, chart victories and records at a constant rate. Outside of record-breaking victories, was full of boundary-pushing releases from across the board. While K-pop has always been sonically amorphous, we saw plenty of Korean acts expand their sound while achieving commercial success.