Community·Updated on May 9, 2022Obviously You Can Never Get Enough K-Pop, So Here 5 K-Pop Dance Cover YouTube Channels You Need To See ASAPIf you love K-pop and learning dances, these are for you.by lily_goldCommunity ContributorApproved and edited by BuzzFeed Community TeamFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 5. 4X4 STUDIO YouTube / Via youtube.com I found this group recently, only a couple of weeks ago. They actually popped into my recommendation from watching ARTBEAT (a group listed below) a lot. And a few weeks prior, one of my friends had told me that her boyfriend’s cousin was in the group’s production team so naturally I wanted to check them out. 4X4 STUDIO is a South Korean dance crew whose group was founded in March 2020. They post covers of recently released songs. Like ARTBEAT, they post dance practices rather than dance tutorials. As I have recently started stanning this group and going through their videos, there isn’t much that I know about them now from the few covers that I have seen. To check out more videos by them, head here. 4. Hush Crew YouTube / Via youtube.com I found this group recently, maybe only a couple of months ago. I came across them because I was looking for K-Pop crews in Boston. (I was considering grad schools in Boston and wanted to find another group that I could join.) The Hush Crew is a dance crew based in Boston that was founded in 2019 (their LA-based crew just recently started a few months ago). Unlike other mentions, they do not post dance tutorials or practices. Instead they primarily post “K-Pop In Public” videos, where the dancers perform in public places rather than a rented space. Their videos are interesting because you can watch the goings-on around them as they perform. Like this one time, where the birds were paid actors in their cover of Everglow's "La Di Da." Check out more of their vids here. 3. ARTBEAT YouTube / Via youtube.com I started stanning this group around the same time that I did for imlisarhee (a group included in this list). ARTBEAT is a South Korean dance crew whose channel started in March 2016. They post dance covers of recently-released songs as well as older songs (which I saw that they have been doing more and more of lately). Yet unlike other channels that post dance tutorials, they seem to follow along with idols’ footsteps and just post their dance practices. Something that I particularly like about this channel is the 2X Speed Dances, a dance challenge where they speed up songs by 1.5 and try to dance to them correctly. They are really funny and exciting when the dancers often get them right with only a few missteps (there are rarely videos where they have failed). Recently, some of their members have created a K-Drama called 처음엔다그래Beginning, which features 24 ten-minute episodes (as of now), the first episode airing on November 16th, 2021. To check out more about their dance videos, head here, or to watch their K-Drama, here's where to go. 2. Ellen and Brian YouTube / Via youtube.com "Ellen and Brian" was the first K-Pop dance cover channel that I started stanning. This cute duo’s channel was started in November 2017. Their channel contains most, if not all, covers that usually come out a few days or weeks after the original music video is posted. Their outfits are so amazing, and also so almost accurate to the real deal that I think everyone wishes that they owned. They film in their own apartment, where the lighting always seems to match the theme of the song. They also post detailed dance tutorials, explaining all the moves as well as the mirrored version so that you can follow along. I know that recently, especially from all the YouTube ads I’ve been getting, they have been active on the online dance platform, STEEZY.If you want to check out more of their videos, here’s the link to their channel. 1. imlisarhee YouTube / Via youtube.com I started stanning imlisarhee around the same time as ARTBEAT. Her channel was started in May 2014. Unlike most of the channels mentioned, her covers are released within hours of or at least a day or two after the original music video. Like most channels, she wears outfits that match the ones that idols wear in their various performances. She also posts dance tutorials that break down the moves step-by-step as well as the mirrored version. In addition to her covers and tutorials, she also films “Monthly Medleys”, which are usually a group of songs that she covered (and some she didn’t) in that particular month. She also posts a long compilation of songs at the end of the year that won 1st place in Inkigayo, a South Korean music program where idols perform their latest hits. To check out more of her content, here’s the link to her channel.