We know you probably don't need more YouTube watching material, but with K-pop idols progressively becoming more interested in sharing their lives on social media, lots of them have taken to YouTube and created their own channels. And we love what they're doing!
Whether you're looking for artsy short clips or a behind-the-scenes look into what happens during promotional periods for artists, there's someone waiting to entertain you! Check out these channels, click like and subscribe and find all sorts of fun videos to aid your procrastination.
From taking on popular challenges to how she gets her extensions done, you'll learn so much watching the vivacious MAMAMOO vocalist!
Want to see what Hyerin cooks for her fellow members? Or just what a day in the life looks like? She's got you covered on her channel.
Girl's Day's Hyeri
Hyeri has so many different jobs, from acting to variety programs and music, you'll get a bit of all of them on her channel.
Sorn launched her channel at the start of 2019 and it's well-known now among K-pop fans. She speaks predominantly in English which has drawn in lots of international fans, and she's not afraid of poking fun at herself either.
Who knew the day would come that we'd get to see behind the scenes in the life of one of K-pop's biggest stars? Baekhyun's vlogs tend to be short and sweet, and give us a taste of what his life is like when he's chilling at home.
He's the arty YouTuber we've all been waiting for (and yes we know he technically launched this channel on Dec 26, 2018, but it's too good to not include here, okay?). N is currently in the military but the content keeps coming, with daily records that are shot with a cinematic touch.
Cooking is a big part of Yunhyeong's channel. He takes on creative food challenges, feeds his members, and in other vids hangs out with them while on tour. You'll learn a lot about him and cooking with his videos!
There's only one video so far but it's a home tour so a great start to getting a glimpse into Ken's world!
From eating ASMR to dance videos, plus all the backstage glamour of getting ready for events, there's a bit of everything in Bomi's channel, that's already edging to 1 million subscribers!
Apink's Eunji and Hyojong also have YouTube channels, so there's plenty of Apink content out there!
Now that B.A.P members have gone solo, there's lots of new content coming from individual promotions. Daehyun launched his channel earlier this year, and it's got a mix of music-related and personal life videos.
Dowoon said he created the channel so he can upload practice videos and build confidence with his playing. We're grateful for the content!
Who else do you enjoy watching on YouTube?
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