K-Pop Songs You Won’t Believe Turn 10 Years Old In 2024

As time passes, the K-pop industry continues to evolve, embracing new styles and trends. However, the classics from a decade ago still hold a special place in the hearts of fans.


In 2024, we commemorate the 10th anniversary of several iconic K-Pop tracks that have left an indelible mark on the genre. These songs not only defined an era but also helped shape the industry into what it is today. Let’s take a nostalgic journey and celebrate the songs that are now turning a decade old.

4 members of Red Velvet in 2024. | SM Entertainment

1. Red Velvet’s “Happiness”

Red Velvet’s vibrant debut single burst onto the scene in 2014, showcasing a unique blend of pop and hip-hop elements. “Happiness” was a fresh, colorful introduction to a group that would go on to become one of K-Pop’s most versatile – and loved — acts. They’re not dubbed “the best idol group alive” by Billboard for nothing!

2. BTS’s “Boy In Luv”

Before becoming global superstars, BTS released “Boy In Luv,” a powerful track that mixed aggressive rap with a catchy chorus. This song played a pivotal role in establishing BTS’s passionate and energetic style. It also helped the group’s meteoric rise to fame.

3. Girls’ Generation’s “Mr.Mr.”

Known for their catchy tunes and synchronized dance moves, Girls’ Generation’s “Mr.Mr.” is a blend of electronic pop and R&B. It showcased the group’s mature and confident style, further cementing their status as K-Pop queens.

4. AOA’s “Miniskirt”

AOA turned heads with “Miniskirt,” a bold and sexy concept that was both controversial and widely celebrated. The song’s addictive melody and sleek choreography marked a turning point in AOA’s career.

5. Orange Caramel’s “Catallena”

Known for their quirky and whimsical concepts, Orange Caramel’s “Catallena” stands out with its unique sound and humorous, “sushi-themed” music video. The song became a testament to the group’s distinctive charm.

6. TVXQ!’s “Something”

“Something” by TVXQ! showcases the duo’s strong vocals and suave charisma. With its big band style and catchy hook, it’s a track that highlights their musical versatility.

7. EXO’s “Overdose”

“Overdose” is an intense, energetic track that exemplifies EXO’s powerful performance style. The song’s intricate choreography and addictive chorus helped solidify EXO’s status as one of K-Pop’s leading groups.

8. f(x)’s “Red Light”

Known for their experimental music style, f(x)’s “Red Light” is a dark, electronic-pop track with an edgy concept. The song stands out for its unique sound and artistic music video.

9. Taeyang’s “Eyes, Nose, Lips”

As a touching and emotional ballad, “Eyes, Nose, Lips” showcased Taeyang’s powerful vocals and heartfelt delivery. It remains one of K-Pop’s most beloved love songs.

10. Girls’ Generation – TTS’s “Holler”

A subunit of Girls’ Generation, TTS (Taeyeon, Tiffany, and Seohyun) brought a different flavor with “Holler,” blending strong vocals with a vibrant, upbeat sound.

11. Super Junior’s “Mamacita”

With its catchy chorus and western-themed music video, “Mamacita” is a playful and energetic track that highlights Super Junior’s charm and charisma.

12. GD X Taeyang’s “Good Boy”

This collaboration between G-Dragon and Taeyang is an electrifying dance track with an infectious beat, demonstrating the duo’s dynamic chemistry and stage presence.

13. Sunmi’s “24 Hours”

Sunmi’s solo debut “24 Hours” is a captivating dance track with a dramatic and sensual performance, marking her successful transition from a group member to a solo artist.

14. Apink’s “Mr. Chu”

With its sweet melody and charming concept, “Mr. Chu” is a perfect representation of Apink’s innocent and girly style, which won the hearts of many fans.

15. Hyuna’s “Red”

Hyuna’s “Red” is a bold, high-energy track that showcases her confident and seductive style. The song, with its memorable chorus and vibrant visuals, is a standout in her solo career.

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