KStreet Asks: Which 2007 song is the most iconic?

Time flies so fast we were late to realize that some of the songs that introduced us to the K-Pop fandom are actually turning (some have already turned) a decade old!

The year 2007 was one of the revolutionary years of K-Pop. It became a breakout period for many artists and idols, bringing tons of trendy beats and close, tough competition on music charts.

Now KStreetManila wants to know which 2007 song you think is the most iconic. Well, iconic is a subjective word but if you were to pick one that has left a huge impact to the K-Pop community that it just deserves an award, which one would it be? Answer the poll below:

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Your favorite 2007 songs not in the choices? Share them in the comments section below so others can check them out and see how much glorious music we had ten years ago!

Dan Gambehttp://impordante.wordpress.com
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