a kpop timeline: brown eyed girls

in honor of the group’s anniversary, take a trip back through their 15-year history in music video form

  • 2006 – Come Closer

    In which the girls suffer in silence at the sides of way-too-distant men

  • 2006 – Hold the Line

    In which the girls do girl stuff and Cho PD does some rap stuff

  • 2007 – Oasis

    In which the girls take a trip

  • 2007 – Deceived By You

    In which the girls steal a cheater’s car

  • 2008 – L.O.V.E.

    In which the girls explore the city

  • 2008 – How Come

    In which the girls do some choreo…and there’s an inexplicable gun

  • 2009 – Abracadabra

    In which a sexy encounter takes a sudden turn

  • 2009 – Sign

    In which the girls are rescued from a precarious situation

  • 2011 – Hot Shot

    In which the girls hit the club

  • 2011 – Sixth Snese

    In which the girls lead the resistance

  • 2011 – Cleansing Cream

    In which the past struggles with the present in symbolic style

  • 2012 – One Summer Night

    In which the girls reminisce about a summer love

  • 2013 – Kill Bill

    In which the girls take on Tarantino

  • 2013 – Tonight

    In which the girls smile for the camera

  • 2015 – Brave New World

    In which the girls switch back and forth between sci-fi and a field

  • 2016 – Warm Hole

    In which the girls bust out bunny costumes. And yes, the song is about what you think it is.

  • 2019 – Abandoned

    In which the girls find themselves in a fairy tale

  • 2019 – Wonder Woman

    In which the girls throw a wild wedding

There you have it–a trip through kpop’s past. Which Brown Eyed Girls video is your favorite? Tell me in the comments.

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