Here’s 8 Classic K-Pop Comedy Style Videos To Brighten Up Your Day

Who says K-Pop can’t be talent and humor?

Although most K-Pop videos have the most aesthetically pleasing visuals with a pretty story line or concept, there are also videos that take on a different route and aim for humor and comedy. Here’s a list of some classic comedy style K-Pop videos that will surely lift your mood.

1. “Gangnam Style” – Psy

“Gangnam Style” by Psy was released back in 2012 and was the first YouTube video to hit one billion views. The fun beat and comedic sequences in the video go hand-in-hand as it will have you out of your seat dancing along to the popular horse dance.

2. “My Copycat” – Orange Caramel

Orange Caramel’s “My Copycat” was released in 2014 an unlike the funny and witty music video, the meaning behind the song is much deeper. The music video can be seen criticizing the lack of creativity in the industry and how they’ve tried to be unique through their music.

3. “The Real” – N.Flying

“The Real” by N.Flying was released in 2017 on their second mini album. The track itself has a fun rock sound with the guitar and has a catchy chorus that makes you want to sing along. The video delivers with a funny concept on a ship that keeps the listener tuned in.

4. “Thumbs Up” – MOMOLAND

“Thumbs Up” by MOMOLAND was released earlier this year and is known for its catchy vibe that is full of energy. It’s a great pick-me-up song throughout the week. The music video has them acting as a delivery service and the comedic tones of the video match well with the track itself.

5. “Her” – Block B

Block B’s “Her” was a much more upbeat and bright song than what the group was used to. A past interview revealed that they were trying to go for a cuter concept and try something different. The track is a more rock bluesy style song and the video is filled with colorful visuals that isn’t boring.

6. “Spine Breaker” – BTS

“Spine Breaker” by BTS was released in 2014 and was created by BTS themselves during their break from concerts while in Chile. The members worked together to produce and direct the entire music video as well. Although comedic, the lyrics are talking about the younger generation not appreciating all the work their parents did to raise them, essentially “breaking their spines.”

7. “I’m Different” – Hi Suhyun

This track was released in 2014 and is a duet between Lee Hi and AKMU’s Suhyun. It’s a nice song that compliments their voices well. The video is a fun one to watch as the two of them try to win over iKon Bobby’s heart.

8. “Heart Attack” – AOA

“Heart Attack” by AOA is a fun and addictive song with a catchy chorus that will have you listening to this song over and over again. The video has a cute story line of how ChoA has a crush on the hot guy but later realizes that he has eyes for Seolhyun!

Know of any other fun comedic K-Pop videos? Let us know!