How to Write a Korean Song

If you love Korea and their songs, you would probably want to make a Korean song. It happens to everyone a lot of the time. Some people make songs in different languages and get it sold and some don't get sold. This article is not expected to be a full summary and walk through, but more of a basic guideline of Korean literature.


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    Learn the language. Get rid of any thoughts such as "Ah, man! Why does it has to be the language first?!". In order to make a Korean or any Asian type song, you must know the language. For language help, you can get a Korean language tutor or you can teach Korean yourself by using a book. There are many different ways to learn a language and my ways aren't the only ways.
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    Listen to a lot of Korean pop music. Listen for many song artists like Super Junior , Kangta, Yoo Young Jin, SHINee, F.T Island, MBLAQ, f(x),Girls' Generation, BoA, TVXQ, Big Bang, Exo, Epik High, Uhm Jung Hwa, SG Wannabe, Fly To The Sky, Shinhwa, Baek Ji Young, and Yoon Mi Rae. They are great song writers, and you can get many ideas from their songs. Remember, there are many song types like rock, punk, hip-hop, rap, classical, soft rock, traditional, you name it!
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    Consider adding some English words to it when you are writing a foreign song. Like this for an example: I don't forget you wow gi ril gge yo. Or in Japanese: Kitai no my heart
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    Make it fun and easy to remember. When you're making a Korean song, it has to be fun and easy to remember. Like that song you may have used to sing when you where a young child: "Hot cross buns, hot cross buns. One a penny two a penny hot cross buns!" Make your first song simple and smooth.


  • Do your best!
  • Keep it simple and cool.
  • Try to use some English words to make it fun.
  • Don't get so anxious and don't put lots of thoughts in your head while performing; instead just let your emotions flow!!
  • Try performing to your family for entertainment. You can perform at a BBQ.


  • Don't describe it too much, it will just get too complicated.
  • Don't use too much English words or too much Korean words. Too much of one thing isn't good.

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