List of Anime Songs Sung By K-Pop Idols: TVXQ, BoA, and More

BOYFRIEND

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Boyfriend was a South Korean boy-group formed by Starship Entertainment in 2011. They are the first boy group to have twin members. The group consisted of Kim Dong-hyun, Shim Hyun-seong, Lee Jeong-min, Jo Young-min, Jo Kwang-min, and No Min-woo. Unfortunately, Starship Entertainment announced that Boyfriend disbanded on May 17, 2019.

Here is the song that Boyfriend sang for an anime soundtrack.

  • Hitomi no Melody for Detective Conan in 2013.

 

CROSS GENE

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Cross Gene (크로스진 in Korean) is a four-member boy-group based in South Korea, which debuted on June 11, 2012 under Amuse Korea. The group consists of Shin, Sangmin, Yongseok, and Seyoung.

Here is the song that Cross Gene sang for an anime soundtrack.

  • Love and Peace for Duel Masters Versus Revolution in 2015

 

KARA

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KARA was a South Korean pop girl-group formed by DSP Media in 2007. The group’s final lineup was composed of Park Gyuri, Han Seungyeon, Goo Hara, and Heo Youngji. Members Nicole Jung and Kang Ji-young officially departed from the group in 2014, while Kim Sung-hee left in 2008.

Here is the song that became the anime soundtrack from KARA.

  • Butterfly for Naruto Shippuden in 2013

 

APINK

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Apink is a South Korean girl-group formed by Play M Entertainment (formerly known as A Cube Entertainment and Plan A Entertainment). The group consists of seven members, such as Park Cho-rong, Yoon Bo-mi, Jung Eun-ji, Son Na-eun, Hong Yoo-kyung, Kim Nam-joo, and Oh Ha-young. Hong left the group in April 2013 to focus on her studies.

This is the song that Apink did for an anime soundtrack.

  • Brand New Days for  Rilu Rilu Fairilu -Yousei no Door in 2016

 

CN BLUE

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CNBLUE (씨엔블루 in Korean) is a South Korean pop-rock band formed in 2009. The band consists of Jung Yong-hwa (leader, main vocals, guitar, keyboard, rap), Kang Min-hyuk (drums), and Lee Jung-shin (bass), according to some portal news sites.

Here is the song that CNBLUE sang for an anime soundtrack.

  • In My Head for Supernatural in 2011


That was the list of K-Pop idols who sang for anime soundtracks, the perfect combination of great anime and beautiful song. We highly recommend that you to listen to these songs and watch the animes, too. Once again, thank you so much for staying with us. Don’t forget to leave a comment down below, and we will see you guys on the next article. Bye!