Breakups, no matter how painful, are inevitable. They’re usually easier to deal with when things are amicable, but if things aren’t working out, it can be unpleasant.
If you ever find yourself in a similar situation, the following K-pop songs may provide you with the consolation you need during these difficult times.
1. DAY 6 – “Congratulations”
Couples may need to take a break from time to time to reevaluate their relationship. Unfortunately, not everyone gets back together, especially if their priorities change during the break and they prefer to meet someone else. DAY6 beautifully conveys the sentiment of this sad sequence of events through heartfelt lyrics. The group advises us that, as painful as it may be in this circumstance, it is essential that you put yourself and your feelings first, allowing you to recover while enjoying your newfound independence.
2. MAMAMOO – “Selfish”
A narcissistic partner causes irreversible damage to the relationship, which usually ends in divorce. MAMAMOO seems to know a thing or two about it, and they aren’t afraid to share their thoughts with us via “Egotistic.” The foursome believe that putting yourself forward rather than the well-being of your loved one is the best option and that taking the high road and breaking free is the best choice. If there’s one thing you should take away from this flashy music, it’s to take care of yourself and be confident in your ability to be on your own.
3. BLACKPINK – “Kill This Love”
Heartless love is the oxymoron of the century, and BLACKPINK teaches us to “kill that love” and end it once and for all. They tell us how this dangerous situation arises through this song, which frequently occurs when one or both spouses disregard the feelings of the other, allowing dishonesty. Ending this toxic love and starting over is the only option to break free from this fate, however heartbreaking.
4. G-Dragon – “Twisted”
G-dragon is widely regarded as one of the best songwriters in the music industry. It tells the story of the aftermath of a couple’s separation in “Crooked.” For a while, life can seem meaningless and the resulting irritation can manifest as mischief, revolts and the like, all of which are ways to let off steam. This is when you should take some time for yourself and review your past relationship in your brain, trying to spot any warning signs you may have missed before and working on fixing your Broken Heart.
5. UI – “Ending Scene”
Cutting ties can be traumatic because it is done in a cold and distant way. In her MV, IU has a special talent for capturing that precise feeling, serenading us with her charming and powerful voice. She tells us in the lines that getting used to your ex’s disinterest for so long gives you a clear idea of the future partner you want to be with, and that you can only wish him luck in his love life despite the current circumstances. .
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