7 K-Pop Intros And Outros That Need To Release A Longer Version
We all have that one song that we wished was just a bit longer, don’t we? That seems to be the case for these intros and outros as fans can’t believe that it didn’t make the cut to become a full song! Let’s take a look at some classic tracks that should have released an extended version.
1. Blueside- J-Hope
This outro is a part of BTS J-Hope’s mix tape Hope World which was released in 2018. He revealed that he liked the ‘blue feel’ of the song and felt like the perfect song to end his mix tape.
2. Intro: Are You There?- MONSTA X
This intro is a part of MONSTA X’s studio album Take. 1 Are You There? which was released in 2018.
3. White Night ‘Intro’- Taeyang
This intro is a part of BIG BANG Taeyang’s third studio album White Night which released in 2017.
4. Intro (Through The Night)- Kang Daniel
This intro is from Kang Daniel’s debut EP Color on Me which released in July of 2019.
5. Intro: Time- ONEUS
This is from ONEUS’s album RAISE US which released in 2019. They are a six member boy group who debuted in January of 2019.
6. Run & Run (Intro)- Hyuna
This intro is a part of HyunA’s fourth EP A+ which released in 2015 under Cube Entertainment.
7. Road Not Taken- Stray Kids
This intro is a part of Stray Kids’ first special album Clé 2: Yellow Wood which was released in 2019.
Luckily, they released another track titled “Stop” that was the long lost twin the intro song was looking for!
What’s your favorite K-Pop intro or outro song? What songs do you think should be extended?