8 k-pop solo albums worth listening to

June 16, 2021

By Rae Love

As a fan, nothing is quite as rewarding as when a member of your favorite K-Pop group debuts as a solo artist. While some artists drop a solo album and call it good, others have found a way to delicate weave solo activities into their already busy group schedules.

 

Here are eight solo albums by K-Pop idols from popular groups worth a listen: 
 

1. Baekhyun, Delight

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Where we know him from: EXO and SuperM
Other notable albums: City Lights, Baekhyun, and Bambi

 

2. Hwasa, Maria

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Where we know her from: Mamamoo
Other notable albums: None

 

3. Taemin, Never Gonna Dance Again: Act 2

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Where we know him from: SHINee and SuperM
Other notable albums: Move, Press It, Taemin, Want, and Famous

 

4. Bobby, Lucky Man

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Where we know him from: iKON
Other notable albums: Love and Fall and The Mobb

 

5. G-Dragon, Kwon Ji Yong

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Where we know him from: BIGBANG
Other notable albums: One of a Kind and Coup d’Etat

 

6. Taeyeon, My Voice

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Where we know her from: Girls’ Generation
Other notable albums: Purpose, I, and What Do I Call You

7. Whee In, Redd

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Where we know her from: Mamamoo
Other notable albums: None

8. Agust D, D-2

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Where we know him from: BTS
Other notable albums: August 

Which of these solo albums is your favorite? 

Written by Rae Love

Rae Love is a freelance writer covering all things Hallyu. Her current bias is Jang Ki Yong and ults are Yoo Kihyun, and Seo Kang Joon. She is also a fashion photographer. When she's not writing or binge-watching K-dramas, chances are you'll probably find her sweating her way through a K-Pop dance workout, or playing with her cats, Phoenix and Dallas. Make sure you follow @kindofvoguish on Instagram