1. Seo Taiji and Boys, “Nan Arayo”
2. Wonder Girls, “Nobody”
3. Super Junior-T, “Rokkugo”
One of the more unusual characteristics of K-pop is the proliferation of spin-off groups, and super-siezed boy band Super Junior is no exception. Their group-within-a-group Super Junior-T is worth listening to because their focus is on adapting the Korean pop genre known as “trot,” an older form of Korean pop music that took shape in the early 20th century that some see as the precursor to K-pop.
4. Big Bang, “Bad Boy”
5. Girls’ Generation/SNSD, “The Boys”
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