[Soompi Playlist] The Good, the Bad, and the Baddest in K-Pop
The latest music trend in K-Pop is the self proclamation of being bad. Lee Hyori made her comeback with “Bad Girls” just a little bit before 2NE1‘s CL made her solo debut with “The Baddest Female.” Following these bad women, Bumkey hit the charts with “Bad Girl” and Led Apple just recently declared themselves as “Bad Boys” with their new music video.
Looks like K-pop loves being bad. As CL so eloquently put it, “Not bad meaning bad, but bad meaning good, you know?”
Who is your favorite bad boy? Or bad girl? Check out this gallery of all the bad boys and girls (with a few good boys and girls added here and there) in K-Pop music, starting from the most recent and ending with a old school bonus at the end.