Article: Top 10 Toughest Choreographies in K-pop

K-pop refers to the pop culture that exists in South Korea. K-pop has become widely known and loved by many. Whether Blackpink, BTS, Psy, TxT, or Twice, we all have our favorites. You may dance wherever, anytime, to the catchy and rhythmic tunes from South Korean music. Many Entertainment Companies were founded in 1995 in Korea after becoming familiar with several trends in the U.S. music industry. According to one estimate from 2021, Thailand, South Korea, Japan, and the U.S. have numerous k-pop fans. Here are the ten toughest choreographies in k-pop that'll make you shake your head in awe.

1. On - Bts

One of the biggest boy bands in the world is known for its complex yet beautiful choreographies. Sienna Lalau, dancer and choreographer, contributed to the beautiful dance choreography with the bangtan boys. The song has impressive visuals and beats produced by the talented member Min Yoongi a.k.a. Suga.


2. Wannabe - Itzy

Wannabe by ITZY, released in 2020, received a lot of appreciation and praise for its bold choreography and catchy tunes. The choreographer Lee Lee Jung's famous choreography gained attention from netizens worldwide. The song is a bop, and we recommend listening to it.


3. Fire - Bts

Fire by BTS is known and praised by many professional dancers as one of the most amazing choreographies. Choreographed by Keone Madrid, the song requires immense energy and stamina and probably isn't everyone's forte. The seven members nailed the footwork, giving attention to every detail. There's no doubt that BTS is one of the leading k-pop groups worldwide.


4. Wolf - Exo

EXO's famous song Wolf, choreographed by Tony Testa, is the lead single of their first studio album, xoxo. The dance performance makes use of several styles and requires energy and stamina. The choreography includes the members doing a tree formation which looks incredibly difficult.


5. Red- Hyuna

Although Hyuna makes the dance look effortless, we're sure that's not true. Red has several dance steps that are complex and not easy to master. Red requires a lot of floor work and a strong core. The song is loved by many for this very reason and Hyuna's hips.


6. How You Like That - Blackpink

A favorite of many k-pop stans is Blackpink's song "How you like that. The big dance break proves that the choreography isn't just for anybody. The music video is known for its aesthetic and the member's beautiful singing. The song also received numerous awards, including Mnet Asian Music Award for Best Dance Performance.


7. Anyone - Seventeen

Seventeen is a South Korean boy band consisting of thirteen members. The Boy band is known to have complex dance routines, although the members make it look easy. The song "Anyone" was released in 2021, belonging to the album "Your Choice". The talented dancer in the group, Hoshi, has choreographed many of the songs, including "Anyone".


8. Spider - Hoshi

Hoshi is a South Korean singer and dancer. He is also a renowned member of the boy band called Seventeen. Hoshi is also known for his solo music and performances. The music video uses props and adds new elements to the choreography.


9. Cold Blooded - Jessi

Jessi is an American-Korean rapper and singer. The personality grew up in the States and moved to South Korea at the young age of 15. Jessi's "Cold Blooded" has surpassed 10 million views. The music video features dancers from the Mnet's competition "Street Woman Fighter." The performance of the professional dancers and Jessi's energizing singing will have you all hooked.


10. Lalisa - Lisa

Lalisa is Lisa Manobal's first solo music. Lisa is a Thai rapper and singer and part of a South Korean girl group called Blackpink. The music video broke the record of Most viewed music video by a solo artist in 24 hours. A group of outstanding dancers, including Kiel Tutin, Sienna Lalau, and Lee Jung Lee, choreographed the captivating tune.