5 K-Pop Groups Were Included In Billboard’s Top 100 Girl Group Songs Of All-Time

5 legendary K-Pop groups made it into Billboard‘s Top 100 Girl Group Songs Of All Time  – stacking up against some of the world’s biggest and best performers.

1. Fin.K.L – “Now” at #88

Even beating out the Supremes, who came into the list at #90, Fin.K.L‘s impact on K-Pop is no joke.

2. Red Velvet – “Dumb Dumb” at #70

Fun fact: Red Velvet says the word “Dumb” over 200 times in the course of the song. Impressive!

3. f(x) – “Rum Pum Pum Pum” at #59

This Christmas-classic turned edgy-pop hit is still one of the most beloved K-Pop songs, 4 years after its release.

4. Wonder Girls – “Nobody” at #43

The song originally charted at #76 on the Billboard Hot 100 and is still one of the most well-known K-Pop jams to this day.

5. Girls’ Generation – “I Got A Boy” at #21

Sitting above The Marvelettes “Please Mr. Post Man” and below Sister Sledge‘s iconic “We Are Family”, Girls’ Generation proves themselves once again ruling queens of the K-Pop scene with this stellar, record-setting tracking setting just under the top 20 songs of all time.

Source: Billboard

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