Here Are 10 K-Pop Songs With The Most Cringey Lyrics, Selected By Netizens

Hey, we love them all. But here’s to good LOLs.

K-Pop songs are addicting – thanks to their catchy beats and fun-to-sing-along choruses. But sometimes, K-Pop bops will come with words that make even the most loyal of loyal fans look away. Here are 10 songs, according to Korean netizens, that have cringe-worthy lyrics that make them facepalm hard – in no particular order.

1. Girls’ Generation’s “I Got A Boy”

Ayo, GG! Should we get started? Omo- look at her. What made her cut her hair, hmm? Omo- Just look at her. She changed her style from head to toe. What made her do that? I’m so curious. What made you do it? C’mon, tell me!

 

2. Girl’s Day’s “Female President”

We have a female president now. Why be so serious? Why not? Would we be put away in jail if we try to kiss first?

3. f(x)’s “Hot Summer”

If you find a sweating foreigner, give them the directions. If it gets way too hot, wear something black and long sleeved.

4. KNK’s “Knock”

The stage is boom-boom shaking. My heart is thump-thump burning. Everyone quiets down. Here we go, we’re the KNK boys.

 

5. T-ARA’s “Sexy Love”

You’re really sexy eyes, sexy nose, sexy mouth, sexy love. Sexy eyes, sexy nose, sexy mouth – I’m like an iron castle, but I’m shook.

6. ZE:A’s “Mazeltov”

Latin girl, Mexican girl, Korean girl, Japan girl, Mazel Tov… Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Mazel Tov.

 

7. J. Y. Park’s “Who’s Your Mama?”

Who is your mama? How did she raise you like this? Shake that booty, that booty booty.

8. Brown Eyed Girls’ Narsha’s “Ppi Ri Ppa Ppa”

Ppirippappa ppirippapa pperippappa ppirippappa ppirippapa pperippappa back back back back back.

 

9. Rain’s “Baby”

I can’t hold back anymore. I’m going to hit you somehow. I’m going to fix you up so you won’t be able to see my girl ever again. You, you, you, you. Just get in my car. You need a beating. How dare someone like you hurt my girl’s feelings.

10. KARA’s “Damaged Lady”

No, I can’t be. I’m not Buddha. I’m not a lady.

Source: Nate Pann
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