10 English Versions Of K-Pop Songs That Are Seriously Gold

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K-Pop songs are rarely released in English, but when they are, international fans definitely appreciate it. Be that as it may, there are some English versions that arguably sound more natural than others—not to mention are an absolute delight to listen to!

Read on to see some of the best English versions of K-Pop songs!

1. DAY6 – Zombie

DAY6 recently came back with the song “Zombie”, and many may agree that it would be a crime to overlook it.

2. Hyoyeon – Sober

Girls’ Generation‘s Hyoyeon released the song “Sober” in 2018, and it perfectly showed off her beautiful voice.

3. GOT7 – Lullaby

Whether it’s in Korean or English, GOT7‘s “Lullaby” is a gem that must be admired.

4. TTS – Dear Santa

TTS‘s Korean version of “Dear Santa” was well-loved by fans, but its English version also deserves high praise.

5. NCT 127 – Regular

NCT 127‘s “Regular” is a song that stands out because of its catchy beat and the members’ overflowing charisma.

6. MONSTA X – Play It Cool

You’d be hard-pressed to find a bad song from the ever-talented MONSTA X, and “Play It Cool” is no exception.

7. Wonder Girls – 2 Different Tears

Wonder Girls‘ “2 Different Tears” sounds just as good in English as it does in Korean, and their song “Nobody” also deserves a mention.

8. U-KISS – Stop Girl

Although U-KISS has unfortunately disbanded, fans have been blessed with golden songs like “Stop Girl”.

9. Red Velvet – RBB (Really Bad Boy)

Red Velvet‘s “RBB (Really Bad Boy)” is one of the catchiest K-Pop releases to date, alongside their other releases.

10. NCT 127 – Highway To Heaven

Last but not the least, NCT 127‘s “Highway To Heaven” is a beautiful song that somehow sounds even more magical in English.

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