And now, we have reached the second part, which also happens to be our finale of our Vixens of K-Pop. Part 1 covered soloists, and here we’ll cover several groups of women in K-Pop that are known for flaunting their sexiness without shame.
Of course, let’s start with the most famous of the sexy concept, SISTAR pulled out the sexy for “Push Push” and has been pushing it ever since.
Their latest release, “Touch My Body” is fun and sexy, while songs like “Alone” and “Give It To Me” are more mature.
“Touch My Body” (2014)
2. BABY V.O.X. Re.V
BABY V.O.X. Re.V was the sub-unit of popular 90’s group, BABY V.O.X., who competed with S.E.S and Fin.K.L. Once the main group disbanded, Baby V.O.X. Re.V debuted in 2007 with “Shee,” which ended up causing a controversy because some of the choreography was deemed, ‘too sexual.’
However, their second, and unfortunately last album, “I Believe” from 2008 was still sexy, yet somewhat toned down.
3. After School
Former S-Blush member Kahi came together with Pledis Entertainment to take part in and produce a new girl group, whom would later be called, After School.
Their debut music video, “Ah!” is somewhat sexy as they (hilariously) try to seduce a teacher. A few music videos later in “BANG!” the girls are dressed as sexy percussionists, the concept conceived by leader Kahi and inspired by the American movie, “Drumline.” Fast-forward to 2013 where the girls hit the poles in a sexy yet classy pole dancing routine for “First Love.”
“First Love” (2013)
4. Girls’ Day
What a turn of events, right? Girls’ Day started out innocently enough, as a cute girl group with a cute concept, and they kept that image from debut in 2010, to 2013 with the release of “Expectation,” where the girls shot to popularity with their own popular suspender dance (FYI, the other one being from KARA). Since then, they’ve carried the sexy torch into their latest single, “Darling.”
These ladies debuted in 2010 under Star Empire, and even though they’ve had many member changes, the girls are just as flawless as day 1.
The girls have shown off their sexy side with singles like “Wild,” “Gun” and “Glue,” all while keeping it classy.
The ‘3rd Generation of BABY V.O.X.,’ as dubbed by their company RaNia debuted in 2011, with Korean and English versions of the single, “Dr. Feel Good,” produced by Teddy Riley. It was so provocative, their outfits and choreo had to be changed because it had been banned for being too inappropriate.
After a falling out with the company, Teddy Riley left. Member Joy soon left the group, and returned to Thailand with her family after the floods that year and later left the company (she is now leader of Thai group, GaiA), and Riko has left to pursue academic ambitions.
They made a comeback with “Just Go” in 2013.
RaNia “Dr. Feel Good” (2011)
And so we’ve reached the end of my list. Who are my last group of vixens? Well,
After their departure from Pledis and being taken over by Fantagio once their joint venture fell through, HELLOVENUS came back with two less members and sexy concept with “Sticky Sticky.”
Since then, they’ve released “Wiggle Wiggle,” a collaboration with Brave Sound, released at the beginning of this year and featured the girls twerking.
“Wiggle Wiggle” (2015)
Who’s your favorite sexy girl group in K-Pop? Who’s your sexiest female idol? Comment below!
Edited by: LeighDarling
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