Most Expensive K-Pop Music Videos of All Time

Most Expensive K-Pop Music Videos of All Time


With YG girl group BLACKPINK expecting a comeback in August, and dropping a music video for the special track with PUBG Mobile "Ready for Love" on Friday July 29, additionally, rumours are abound that the music video for their upcoming comeback is expected to be one of the most expensive ever created in YG Entertainment - and even K-pop - history.

With these rumours coming round, we've decided to take a look at the most expensive K-pop music videos ever released, according to Wikipedia.

2NE1 - "Come Back Home" - ₩500,000,000



TREASURE - "Jikjin" - ₩500,000,000



Speed - "Sad Promise" - ₩700,000,000



INFINITE - "Destiny" - ₩890,000,000



Gangkiz - "Honey Honey" - ₩900,000,000



B.A.P - "One Shot" - ₩915,000,000



T-ara - "Cry Cry / Lovey Dovey" - ₩1,000,000,000



S.E.S. - "Love" - ₩1,000,000,000



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Ford Carter

Ford Carter is an online blogger studying journalism who's hundreds of articles across half a dozen fansites from the music and television industries have now been read more than 300,000 times. An avid fan of EXO since 2014, and a more in-depth multi-stan since 2019, Ford is a lover of international music and media from across Eurasia. Trot music holds a special place in his heart, as its sound is a perfect blend of kpop and Eastern European funk, two of his favourite genres. From his home in regional Australia, you'll often find him binging kdramas or rewatching old editions of the Eurovision Song Contest.

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