Top 10 Most Mentioned K-Pop Songs In The Entire World, According To Twitter

Fans had a lot to say about these songs!

Twitter is a platform where a good number of K-Pop fans gather to talk about their favorite artists and songs. Considering how widely used it is among fans, it’s safe to say that the most frequently mentioned K-Pop songs are also among the most popular.

The data that was gathered considered the number of song names and artist mentions on the platform from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020.

Below are the 10 most frequently mentioned songs on Twitter in the entire world.

10. Feel Special (TWICE)

TWICE’s “Feel Special” is celebrating its one-year anniversary tomorrow, which means it was released on September 23, 2019.

9. How You Like That (BLACKPINK)

“How You Like That” marked BLACKPINK’s return to the industry after a year-long hiatus. It was released on June 26, 2020.


GOT7 released “NOT BY THE MOON” on April 20, 2020. “NOT BY THE MOON” is the title track of their eleventh EP Dye.

7. DNA (BTS)

The Korean version of “DNA” was released on September 18, 2017, while its Japanese version was released several months after on December 6, 2017.

6. Jopping (SuperM)

SM Entertainment created SuperM to display a strong synergy between the East and the West. They debuted on October 4, 2019 with the song “Jopping”.

5. Interlude: Shadow (BTS)

Suga’s powerful solo track “Shadow” was released on February 2, 2020. In this breathtaking display of rawness and vulnerability, he raps about the downfalls of success.

4. Black Swan (BTS)

“Black Swan” is a song from BTS’s fourth studio album Map Of The Soul: 7. It was released in January along with a five-minute long art film.

3. Boy With Luv (BTS)

“Boy With Luv” features American singer Halsey, and it was released on April 12, 2019. It holds the record for the song with the most music show wins in South Korea after the 2000s.

2. ON (BTS)

Released on February 21, 2020, “ON” is the second single from BTS’s album Map Of The Soul: 7. It was a commercial success worldwide, having topped both local and international music charts.

1. Obsession (EXO)

Coming in first place is EXO with their song “Obsession”. It was released on November 27, 2019, and it was their first album where only six members joined promotions.

With songs as addicting as these, it’s no wonder they are the most mentioned K-Pop songs in the world!

| SM Entertainment

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