Jakarta -Being a singer, K-Pop idols are often required always to be able to produce works with unique concepts to attract the attention of fans. To provide something different in each of their jobs, it is not uncommon for K-Pop idols to jump in to explore their music by being directly involved in writing lyrics to compose their songs.
Here are some K-Pop idols who are also known to be good at making songs:
There is not a single song belonging to IU that doesn’t seem to explode in the market. This achievement is undoubtedly thanks to IU’s involvement in the production process of each piece.
Since the age of 17, he has shown his ability to produce songs. So far, more than 50 songs have been written by him.
No wonder every song of his is always perched on the Korean music charts. He has written a series of hits directly, including Eight, BBIBBI, Ending Scene, Love Peom, to the latest Lilac.
- Soyeon (G)-IDLE
Soyeon’s ability to produce songs deserves thumbs up. Soyeon even started writing songs, composing, and creating pieces long before joining (G)-IDLE.
When she appeared on Unpretty Rapstar 3, Soyeon, who was only 18 years old at that time, had already started writing four songs. Since debuting with (G)-IDLE, Soyeon has also been involved in the process of making each song as a writer, producer, and composer.
In 2017, the leader (G)-IDLE also produced his digital single, titled Jelly. He is also known to have written songs for several other singers, such as CLC and Apink’s Namjoo. Some of his songs have also won a series of awards, lo.
- MAMAMOO’s Moonbyul
Not only good at rapping, but Moonbyul is also actively involved in a series of popular MAMAMOO songs. He is known to write all his rap parts in the group’s songs.
Moonbyul even composed the most songs of all 3rd generation female idols with a total of 65 credits.
- Yeri Red Velvet
The maknae of the Red Velvet group is also talented in writing song lyrics. Ice Cream Cake, Do Not You Wait No More, Cool World, and Day 1 are some of the songs that Yeri has written directly.
Hongseok Pentagon’s co-star in the web drama Blue Birthday also wrote the rap part he sang in the song Red Flavor, lo. To improve her writing skills, Yeri even studied with IU.