These 20+ K-Pop Songs Have 3 (Or More) Different Language Versions

It’s awesome when K-Pop idols make versions of their songs in other languages!

It’s not uncommon for K-Pop artists to create two different language versions of their songs, usually either Japanese or Chinese. What’s less common is for artists to make three or more different language versions of their songs, and it’s especially impressive when not all of the members of a group are fluent in those languages! Here are 20+ songs that have been created in at least three different languages.

1. “Chained Up” by VIXX

Korean

Japanese

Chinese

2. “Stop Girl” by U-KISS

Korean

English

Japanese

3. “Heart Attack” by AOA

Korean

Japanese

Chinese

4. “Lightsaber” by EXO

Korean

Japanese

Chinese

5. “Trap” by Henry Lau

Korean

English

Chinese

Japanese

6. “Congratulations” by DAY6

Korean

Chinese

English

7. “Tell Me” by Wonder Girls

Korean

English

Chinese

8. “Hug” by TVXQ

Korean

Japanese

Chinese

9. “O Sole Mio” by SF9

Korean

Japanese

Chinese

10. “Love Me Right” by EXO

Korean

Chinese

Japanese

11. “U” by Super Junior

Korean

Chinese

Japanese

12. “Mirotic” by TVXQ

Korean

Japanese

Chinese

13. “Just Right” by GOT7

Korean

Japanese

Chinese

14. “Nobody” by Wonder Girls

Korean

Japanese

English

15. “UP&DOWN” by EXID

Korean

Chinese

Japanese

16. “Error” by VIXX

Korean

Chinese

Japanese

17. “Fanfare” by SF9

Korean

Japanese

Chinese

18. “The Boys” by Girls’ Generation

Korean

English

Japanese

19. “Easy Love” by SF9

Korean

Chinese

Japanese

20. “Rising Sun” by TVXQ

Korean

Japanese

Chinese

21. “Boy In Luv” by BTS

Korean

Japanese

Chinese

22. “Last Farewell” by BIGBANG

Korean

Japanese

English

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