10 Times K-Pop Was Included In American Television Shows

From live performances to reality TV, K-Pop has left an impression on American programming.

K-Pop has long been taking the world by storm and some songs have even been included in big-budget Hollywood films. But what about times K-Pop was included on the small screen? We compiled a list of 10 times K-Pop or K-Pop artists were aired on national TV in America.

1. The Wonder Girls, The Wendy Williams Show (2009)

2. The Wonder Girls, TeenNick Movie (2012)

3. “Fantastic Baby” – BIGBANG, Glee (2012)

4. “Gangnam Style” – Psy, Glee (2012)

5. Girls’ Generation, David Letterman (2012)

6. “Star-Spangled Banner”- Tiffany Young, LA Dodgers Game (2013)

7. 2NE1, The Bachelor (2014)

8. “Bar Bar Bar” – Crayon Pop, Selfie (2014)

9. “Touch My Body” – SISTAR, Family Guy (2016)

10. BTS, Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve (2020)

This is, of course, by no means a comprehensive list! Thanks to the power and loyalty of K-Pop fans around the globe, the genre continues to grow in popularity every day and idols have been making regular appearances on American television, from BLACKPINK performing on The Late Late Show to SuperM appearing on Ellen.

Has your favorite artist or group made an appearance or had their song included in an American program? If not, who would you want to see (or hear) and on what show?