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Girls vs Boys- K-pop

It's time for another K-pop  Girls vs Boys post! Today it's between solo stars BoA and Se7en .

BoA (full name Kwon Boa) is a massive star in Korea and Japan and also popular in other Asian countries and America. Her stage name stands for Beat of Angel. She debuted in 2000 (aged only 13) with her first Korean album ID; Peace B and went on to release  her debut Japanese album Listen To My Heart in 2002. In 2008, she released her first US single Eat You Up, followed by her debut English album BoA. She speaks Korean, Japanese and English and has also recorded a song in the Chinese language Mandarin. BoA has released 7 Korean studio albums and 7 Japanese so far. Her latest album is Only One (Korean). Here is the video for the Only One single (Dance version).

For the Only One Drama version video, click here:

And for more on BoA, visit these websites:

Official site (Korean/English language)

Official Japanese site

Official US site

Se7en (real name Choi Dong-wook) is very popular in Korea as well as Japan and China and has also launched a career in America. He debuted in 2003 with the single Come Back To Me and album Just Listen. He released his first English single Girls in America in 2009. Se7en has released 4 Korean language albums, a Japanese album and a Chinese one too. His first mini-album Digital Bounce (2010), contains 6 Korean songs and 1 English. Se7en has also acted in the Korean TV drama Goong S. His last studio album was Se7olution in 2006 and his latest mini album SE7EN Mini Album Vol 2 came out in 2012. As of March this year, Se7en is serving in the military (it's mandatory in South Korea). This is Girls featuring American rapper Lil' Kim. Se7en must have been partly inspired by Jay-Z's song Girls, Girls, Girls. "Girls, girls, girls, girls, girls I do adore!"

For the original version without Lil' Kim (edited video), click here:

Visit these links for more Se7en:

 Official site (Korean language)

 Official Facebook (English/Korean)

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