After falling in cute-love with “Little Big Bang,” I figured I’d go looking for even more heart-wrenching adorableness that may or may not also nudge your ovaries to boot. Read on to see if you can make it to the end of these 10 Charming Kid KPOP Covers.
Starting off tamely are these actual babies (well, 2 year olds) performing to the Japanese version of KARA’s ever-so-popular, “Mister.” While their butt dance isn’t as accurate as the real KARA, I blame it on…their diapers.
The pairings for these mini DBSK and the real group are so darling. I love that we get to see the [real] member’s reactions to their mini me introducing themselves. And the photo op posing!
This “Wonder Baby” Ye Eun has got her facial expressions down! Especially when singing a song like “Irony.” Though “Tell Me” was able to bring out her cute side…and a few special guests for the next song.
A different version of “Little Big Bang,” those these kids had the better experience, since they actually got to perform “Sunset Glow” on stage(!) with Big Bang themselves.
After the latest, completed season of “Hello Baby” with MBLAQ, you really couldn’t help falling in love with the little 4D princess that was Lauren Lunde. And she fell in love with her appas, enough to be unable to resist when their MV for “This Is War” came on TV.
Showing off their passionate moves, these two kids are really going all out to the high energy beats of “ Fantastic Baby.” Though having Big Bang behind them also probably had something to do with it.
Star King ends up a reoccurring resource for finding cutie kids like these. Though this cover of 2PM’s “Again & Again” and Super Junior’s “Sorry Sorry” puts together a bunch of kids who have really gotten into it, since you can even see them lip-syncing along - particularly the one in the yellow pants.
Being solo is hard, especially when you’re covering a group song. Though this kid seems to have fully immersed himself into the idol mindset, going all out to perform as accurate as the performers on stage.
From emotional expressions, signature dance moves, and even a bit of fanservice, you have to applaud how well he captures the audience.
The most epic compilation has to go to the opening number for SBS‘ Gayo Daejun 2010. I really don’t think anything tops this (unless 2012 wants to prove me wrong in a couple months).
Which kid cover claimed your heart the most?