While K-Pop soloists don’t always attract the same amount of attention as groups, there are still several big names in the industry that have done incredibly well for themselves, whether they work strictly as a soloist or have had a solo debut outside of their group.
In the past, soloist music videos (and really, K-Pop music videos in general) would only reach a maximum of hundreds of thousands of likes. While this certainly isn’t anything to scoff at, compared to now, it’s obvious just how much the K-Pop fandom has grown since then!
While counting likes isn’t a completely accurate way to measure a music video’s success, it is at least more reliable than views, since people can stream MVs endlessly but only like them once.
Here are the 7 most-liked K-Pop soloist music videos at the end of each year since 2014, along with just how many likes they had at that time.