¡Oye! Listen to These Four K-pop Songs in Spanish


1. Lullaby - GOT7 Did you know? The third Korean studio album by the South Korean boy band Got7 is titled Present: You was released under th...

1. Lullaby - GOT7

Did you know? The third Korean studio album by the South Korean boy band Got7 is titled Present: You was released under the JYP Entertainment label on September 17, 2018. It includes individual tracks co-produced by each member, as well as the single "Lullaby" in four languages (Korean, English, Chinese, and Spanish). Yes, in four languages! And according to them, "Lullaby" is in four languages "to communicate with them directly to their fans, to sing their own language." The title track, "Lullaby," is a rhythmic urban deep house song with lyrics that speak of the lovely feeling of love. 

2. Demente - Chungha

Do you need any more confirmation that K-pop is becoming a global phenomenon? Listen to Chung Ha's lovely track, "Demente," which features the Spanish language with Puerto Rican rapper, Guaynaa. The K-pop artist has produced a song entirely in Spanish, and it comes from Chung Ha's debut album, Querencia. MNH Entertainment and 88rising published it on February 15, 2021. The album was supposed to be released on January 4, but it was pushed back to February 15 when Chungha tested positive for COVID-19 on December 7, 2020. “Demente," informally known as “insane” in Spanish, is the perfect music for a sun-soaked beach day. 

3. Si Fueras Mía - D.O of EXO 

D.O from EXO released his first mini-album on July 26, 2021, in three languages: Korean, English, and Spanish. Yes, you read it correctly, his first solo album, "Empathy," contains eight songs, including the title song "Rose," which was released in both Korean and English. The other tracks are "I'm Gonna Love You" featuring Wenstein," "My Love," "Again, it's Love," "My Father [Dad]," "I'm Fine," and the last piece, "Si Fueras Mia," which has a unique title that has captivated many of his dedicated followers. Isn't it ironic? He sang it entirely in Spanish. 

D.O.'s Spanish skills were also praised by fans on Twitter, who praised the singer for putting in too much effort.  

4. Quiero Besarte - Lunafly

Cuando me tocas me siento débil
Basta con mirarme así
Caeré en ti
Quiero besarte
Caigo por ti
Oh, can I kiss you?


This is the sample lyrics of "Quiero Besarte," which means "Can I Kiss You?" It's from their from their Spanish album "Hermosos Recuerdos," or "Beautiful Memories" which was released in March 2015 and consists of 10 tracks including “A Ti,” “Nos Queda Tiempo,” “Más De Lo Que Imaginé,” “Quiero Besarte,” and “Super Héroe." 

Also, if you know of any Spanish songs, could you tell me who performed them, and which K-pop artist sang them? Please let me know and leave a comment below. 👇💓😉

Image sources: Soompi, and Koreaboo 



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