11 Best Music Videos That Happened in 2013
By Staff Writer | December 31, 2013 05:08 AM EST
2013 year was a great year for K-pop. Here are the 12 best music videos that happened this year.
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Taeyang came out with dance video of "Ringa Linga" and he reaffirmed why he is so talented and extremely hot.
CL finally came out with a solo single and it was bad, real bad, in such a good way.
EXO came out with "Wolf" and just completely destroyed boybands.
Infinite's "Destiny" was destined to come in and win our hearts.
Henry finally came out of the darkness and killed with "Trap."
B2ST's "Shadow" was a huge success.
The Queen of K-pop came back and shattered every female out of the game.
Ailee showed us who the new female solo star is with "I will show you."
Psy destroyed the K-pop and international game with his follow-up single to "Gangnam Style," "Gentleman."
G-Dragon, the god of Korean hip-hop, released "Crooked."
2NE1 releases "Missing You" and CL is naked.
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