Imagining 7 Dream K-Pop Collaborations We’d Love To See

Our hearts are filled with joy when bands collaborate, delivering exceptional performances or co-creating original songs. Although such special stages are not common for fans, it doesn’t diminish our enthusiasm for them. Here are seven K-Pop crossovers that we’d love to see!

In addition to having seven members, BTS and INFINITE also emerged from the shadows of K-Pop. However, both have managed to achieve success by putting on a strong presence in the market.

How much charisma can be expected from a collaboration between 2NE1 and (G)I-DLE? Both of them are open to exploring new ideas and music, making it an exciting time to collaborate.

Despite having formed a crossover after their appearances on “Produce 101,” Jeon So Mi and Kim Chung Ha now both have solo careers. With each returning with varying styles, it’s possible that they will cross paths as well.

By merging ATEEZ and Stray Kids, you can expect to witness a lot of masculine charisma on stage. The shared sound makes this crossover act seem appropriate.

The contrasting qualities of BLACKPINK and SISTAR make them seem like opposites, even though they both have their own distinct styles.

Can anyone tell me how much Minggyu and Soobin have in common? It’s like watching one of those six variety show shows with someone who shares the same emotions.

If ITZY had a more daring and unconventional idea than Oh My Girl, who has an adorable concept, how would the two groups differ?

There have been plenty of crossovers in the past. Who is too old to miss out on the Wonder Boys performing their covers of girl group songs? Moreover, at Gayo Daejun in 2013, Girls Day and APINK did crossover shows that gave fans a nice extra touch; it bodes well for future performances!

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