12 Times Celebs Starred In K-Pop Music Videos And You Totally Missed It

How did we miss that?

While there have been plenty of K-Pop idols that snuck their way into other idol’s music videos, sometimes we are shocked to discover other celebrities popping up in these videos too. So if you’ve ever found yourself feeling like you’ve seen a familiar face while watching an MV, chances are you have! Here are just a few times that celebs have starred in idol videos and you probably missed it!

1. Park Seo Joon in “I Remember” by Bang Yongguk

A love story with a whole lot of tragedy, “I Remember” is definitely a song and music video combo that you won’t be forgetting anytime soon. Which is why it’s such a surprise that Park Seo Joon has been hiding out as the main lead this whole time!

2. Conan O’Brien and Steven Yeun in “Fire” by J.Y. Park

Alright so technically this video comes right out and says it features these two, but there are many people that forget that this gem exists! Besides cameos made by the Wonder Girls and TWICE, Conan and Steve will teach you how to get some K-Pop flair all thanks to J.Y. Park!

 

3. Yoo Jae Suk and Noh Hong Chul in “Gangnam Style” by PSY

Somehow the Nation’s MC slipped into PSY‘s famous “Gangnam Style” and a whole bunch of people missed it! You know that guy who has a dance-off with PSY? Yeah, that’s him!

And another comedian who flew under the radar was Noh Hong Chul even if he did take part in the iconic elevator scene!

4. Lee Min Ho and Kim Woo Bin in “Kiss” by Dara

kim woo bin and lee min ho

Lee Min Ho once again took on the role of a rich and arrogant guy who turns out to be extremely lovable in “Kiss”. While it’s a bit surprising to see him there the bigger shock might come when you spot Kim Woo Bin for the first time since he stays in the background throughout the MV!

 

5. Song Ji Hyo in “Lonely Nights” by Gary

Even though the music video for “Lonely Nights” centers on Song Ji Hyo as an overworked office worker, there are still some people that seem to have completely missed the fact that it’s really her!

6. Lee Jong Suk in “I Don’t Care” by 2NE1

In “I Don’t Care” the four members of 2NE1 head to a fortune teller to get some advice about their cheating boyfriends and are then able to stop time to get their much-needed revenge. But it’s the person that plays Dara‘s boyfriend that will make you double-take because it’s none other than actor Lee Jong Suk!

7. Park Min Young in “Haru Haru” by BIGBANG

It’s hard to miss Park Min Young‘s character in “Haru Haru” since she is front and center throughout the whole thing but some people that aren’t aware that she’s the famous actress!

8. Irene Kim and Ahn Young Mi in “Shake That Brass” by Amber

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“Shake That Brass” is literally teeming with familiar faces! While most of the appearances are by fellow idols, model Irene Kim and comedian Ahn Young Mi also step into all the fun!

 

9. Kim So Hyun in “I YAH” by BOYFRIEND

“I YAH” focuses on a school love story between, you guessed it, Kim So Hyun and the members of BOYFRIEND. Although we know she’s in this one, it still comes as a bit of a shock every time we see her!

10. Ji Chang Wook and Park Bo Young in “That’s My Fault” by SPEED

Taking part during the Gwangju Democratization Movement in the 80s, this music video along with the follow-up MV “It’s Over”, tells the story of friendship and love. But the story follows two faces that might be familiar if you’re a K-Drama lover since we’re blessed with both Park Bo Young and Ji Chang Wook in these videos!

11. Park Eun Bin in “I’ll Be There” by Taeyang

Creepy graveyard? Check! Taeyang‘s amazing vocals? Double check! And to make things even more interesting Park Eun Bin makes a surprise appearance as she walks us through that spooky graveyard!

12. Kim Sae Ron in “Jackpot” by Block B

If you ever watched Block B‘s “Jackpot” and thought the wide-eyed girl looked awfully familiar, there’s actually a really good reason for that! The young girl who gets terrorized by the boys is none other than teenage actress Kim Sae Ron!

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