10 Kpop Songs You May Have Missed to Listen to Before Summer '22 Ends 🏖️

10 Kpop Songs You May Have Missed to Listen to Before Summer '22 Ends 🏖️

 

Summer is officially coming to an end in a couple days. There were quite a few summer-themed Kpop songs that may have made many people's summer playlists, such as SF9 's "Scream," "Sparkling" by Chung Ah -"Heart Burn" by Sunmi or Son Dongwoon of Highlight's "Today's Weather." However, there may be some summer songs that you may have missed this year. Most videos mentioned have less than 100K views.  Here are 10 Kpop songs with a summery theme to add to your Kpop summer playlists!  


Hi-L - "Hi-Way"


Get into refreshing summer travel vibes with Hi-L's most recent comeback. 

F.able - "Cloud 9"


Break away from daily hustle and bustle and enjoy the summer with your besties next. 

Me.us - "Wind" 


Hyuna and Hyemi of 9MUSES are back with a calming citypop summer song. 


1CHU - "Oasis" 


A high energy song by 1CHU subunit of HeyGirls. 

Busters - "Tropical Romance" 


BUSTERS enjoy the beach in the fun song "Tropical Romance" 

PLAY:MOON ft OB -"WAZAK" 


PLAY:MOON's first song in the "Summer Tale" series. 

Daisy - "Tropical Love" 



Daisy of Future Idol released a cute catchy song perfect for summer. 

Lionesses - "Bon Voyage" 


Lionesses invite you to summer vacation fun and games. 

Koyote - "Go" 

Veteran group Koyote remakes their 1999 classic song. 

SKYLE - "Bye Bye Bye" 



SKYLE shows you how to break up in a reggae-inspired track. 


What other underrated summer songs do you know? Let us know @KpopWise! 

Ciera Reeves

Ciera is the founder of KpopWise. She has been a fan of Korean pop culture since 2005. She co-founded the international music website TuneN2IM in May 2009, an outlet for artists all over the globe to promote their works, including interviews with various Korean singers, songwriters and producers. She was also a contributor to various Asian media websites. Her bias group is VIXX. She is largely a 2nd-3rd generation K-pop fan, but she is actively keeping up on the current acts. twitter

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