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What's on This Episode
About The Program
Host Introduction
Video on Demand
Special VOD
Archive
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Staff and Cast
Executive Producer
- Jeon Haeng-jin
Producer
- Hwang Ung-ki
Director
- Kim Hyung-woo
- Kim Dong-wan
- Lee Jin-won
- Kim Hyung-jun
Assistant Director
- Kang Min-ju
- Kim A- young
- Park So- ram
Writer
- Jin Bo-kyung
- Kim Da - young
- Park Ji - hee
- Lee Mi - sun
English Writer
- Kaylin Ro
VJ
- Nancy

Pops in Seoul

What's on This Episode

World Ch. Schedule : MON to FRI 09:30 KST


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Opening
Highlight (Can Be Better)

This is the lead track of Highlight's second mini album, "CELEBRATE," released in time for the 8th anniversary of the ir debut. It's a dance song in rock style with a powerful band and synth sound. It reveals Highlight's broad musical spectrum. This conveys an encouraging message to the listeners, similar to "Plz Don't Be Sad."

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SO HOT CLIPS
Jang Woo-young (Still Here)

This is the Korean version of the lead track of Jang Woo-young's third Japanese solo album. It's a medium-tempo ballad song with emotion-tugging melody and lyrics that go well with the fall season.

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Showstoppers
Jung Dong-ha (Your Season)

This is the lead track of Jung Dong-ha's third album, "LIFE." It's a ballad song in British rock style that accentuates Jung Dong-ha's powerful vocals and his ability to express deep emotions. It captures the loneliness and yearning that a man feels in the fall, as it was the season when he and his ex broke up.

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Closing
GOT7 (Just Right)

This is the title track of GOT7's third mini album. The witty lyrics, southern hip hop rhythm, pop melody and addictive chorus stand out. It's about a guy who tries to instill some confidence in his girlfriend who's quite insecure about herself.