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K-Pop songs you'd never guess were this sexual

By AllK_Maknae   Wednesday, September 28, 2016   215,916   8,018   0



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Many international fans often say they turned to K-Pop because it is less sexual or contains less profane lyrics. While more songs nowadays dabble in the sexy concept here and there (more than ever these days), driving fans wild, don't be fooled!  Even certain songs we would see as innocent or simply fun and outgoing can actually be perceived as sexual. 

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While boys are a little more blunt with their lyrics (thinking BTS' "War of Hormones" here), girls tend to hide behind their cute demeanors and metaphors when approaching these racy lyrics. Prepare to have your mind blown by these K-Pop songs that are a bit more sexual than you'd initially think.

OH MY GIRL - "Closer" 


I mean...the title says it all, right? "Closer" is just oozing with sexual connotations. The line that makes me cringe most is when the girls gingerly sing with innocent faces, "Closer, I'm Closer, I'm Closer, I'm Closer, Can you hear my cry?" Tsk, Tsk, Tsk.

SISTAR - "Push Push" 

"Push Push" had a lot of flair and a fun, upbeat attitude, but what exactly are we "Push Push-ing," SISTAR? Not to mention the misheard lyrics of "Oh, Pussy Baby." The song is fun, but dirty minds often bring it to the gutter due to the suggestive chorus. 

Dal Shabet - "Pink Rocket" 

Fans of Dal Shabet must admit, "Pink Rocket" has a lot of squealing going on. While I was blissfully unaware of the "uhh uhh" and fast- paced moans, I still couldn't get over the lyrics "Pink Rocket, Ride So High, Yeah! Praise this sweet love." That pink rocket can stand for a lot of things. Still a cute song but in another universe, total baby-making track.

f(x) - "Hot Summer" 


"Hot Summer" is literally the all-time summer jam of K-Pop. However, to no surprise, SM slipped in a little bit of sex appeal to make this song a bit more...exciting. Not only are the moan-like "Ha-Ha-Hot" lyrics catchy but they are also ever-so-conveniently placed when they say things like "From the classroom, To the office desk, To your uncleaned room." Basically they want to make "Summer" hotter anywhere. 

Red Velvet - "Ice Cream Cake" 

Everyone knows "Ice Cream Cake" is a funky, hip-hop influenced track that can keep the party going…. in more ways than one. While the lyrics seemingly portray a girl who is loving someone sweetly, these lines tell a different story: "Please give me that sweet taste" and "It's melting in my mouth, putting so much in." Is it really the ice cream that is so tasty, SM?! 

Girl's Day - "Ring My Bell" 

"Ring My Bell" was a flirtatious and lively track but did no one catch the hidden meanings? The term "Ring My Bell" is used to mean a one-hit KO but the meaning transforms when regarded sexually. The girls know what they are implying as they say, "My head is spinning, my heart is about to explode. Oh Boy, say my name, baby." 

Stellar - "UFO"

Before Stellar took the road of fame with utter sex appeal, they had a more girly vibe going on. With the girls in frills and short skirts while singing cutely, the song seems innocent enough. Yet, I find myself shaking my head as they sweetly sing "Silently turn off the lights, close your eyes and feel it. Can you feel it?" Not to mention they shake their booties at us while doing it. Case closed. 

BESTie - "Pit-a-Pat" 


"Pit-a-Pat" is the cutesy, lively debut song of girl group BESTie. The ladies definitely didn't hold back in their debut as the song and dance moves aren't the only thing holding everyone's attention. Racy lyrics pop up fast with lines such as, "Maybe with you, maybe today, something will happen," and "Keep staring at my sparkly lips that make you feel hot, should you or should you not?" What exactly do these girls desire with their "heat of the moment" lyrics? 

T-ara - "Like The First Time" 


This sultry song does pander to an audience looking for a more trendy sound, but the lyrics are a little more sexually allusive than expected. As suggested, "Like The First Time" speaks of an "un-pure love" that, even though it isn't their first, makes the fine ladies of T-ara feel that this man is "Just like the first time." 

CLC - "No Oh Oh" 

Don't let the funky beats of CLC trick you. The thing is, this song purely exhibits a woman's power to say "No," but it is clearly aimed towards sexual conduct. The quirky lyrics like, "I only learned this in writing," "I'm not ready" and "I'm too young to be seduced by these things" easily paint the picture of their rejection towards men and their hormones. My favorite line, "I'll tell my Mom," is just plain hilarious though! 

Hello Venus - "Do You Want Some Tea" 


"Do You Want Some Tea," the dreamy love song of Hello Venus with a suggestive nature hidden under the cutesy, lovely sound. Of course it is frustrating when a guy can't make the first move or get to know you a little more, but it seems Hello Venus aren't just talking about getting to know each other's minds over a game of Scrabble. I'll spill the tea - when they say "Will you take me home," and "Won't you come in and have some tea? The night is too long by myself," they are pining for something different. 

TWICE - "Ooh Ahh" 

These girls were not spared from the sexualization of a lot of young idols. While the song rocked the stage in debut, lyrics like "I'm waiting for someone who can make me feel," and "Keep me still, make me say 'Ooh Ahh'" really dabbled a bit too much on the sexy side. Without a doubt, the lyrics of "Ooh Ahh" will have you thinking twice.

  1. Dal Shabet
  2. f(x)
  3. Girl's Day
  4. Hello Venus
  6. T-ara
  7. BESTie
  8. Stellar
  9. Red Velvet
  10. CLC
  11. Oh My Girl
  12. TWICE

Kassie_M Monday, January 2, 2017

How come Sistar is not here? If you feel that the cup of tea issue is just a cup of tea... that's naive. It like invinting someone to have ramen after a date... the other party would understand, as shown in some kdramas.

li_xiao_yan Friday, September 30, 2016

Sometimes a cup of tea is just a cup of tea. Freud said so of cigars. (the writer is so good at reading implied things, i hope they can read that i'm implying they read too far into the lyrics)

MelodyForever Friday, September 30, 2016

I wonder, can anyone add article on AKP? Bc it can be considered as a cybercrime

mind_blown Thursday, September 29, 2016

Somebody is thirsty here and its sure as hell not me. Wtf AKP

bigbangslayer Thursday, September 29, 2016

I wouldn't have minded this article if it wasn't for the fact none of these are as sexual as the writer wants us to believe they are. I mean, most of these were taken out of context or taken the wrong way...

anothernoona Thursday, September 29, 2016

remember rule 34?

lvpool86 (Banned) Thursday, September 29, 2016

This comment has been removed due to violation of our TOS. (Reason: spammer)

WonderSara Thursday, September 29, 2016

Another post about this matter? How many posts did AKP wrote about sexual kpop songs?  3 or more maybe?!  It's getting boring.

Naruta Thursday, September 29, 2016

At this point I haven´t read the article or watched the videos, but ....PARDON??? Which KPop song isn´t slightly sexual?? And you even don´t need a pervert mind to tell so. But now I go and see what akp serves us...

Sungmin Thursday, September 29, 2016

Maybe it's just you but...i dont find them sexual at all..unless you think it YOU PERV!

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