Into the World of B-Sides: LOONA Edition

Into the World of B-Sides: LOONA Edition - The Daebak Company

Loona is known for its unique concepts and popular title tracks such as "Butterfly" and "So What." But what makes Loona stand out from other K-pop groups is that each member has their solo track that shows their true talents. Each of the members stands out in their way, which makes Loona such a powerful K-pop group.

We've compiled a few of their popular B-sides. The songs will span from their pre-debut albums to their recent EP, "#." After a listen to their B-sides, you might just become a fan of Loona.

You and Me Together

"You and Me Together" is an upbeat and vibrant song with elements of retro-infused pop. Loona's first sub-unit, Loona 1/3, consists of Hyunjin, Heejin, Haseul, and Vivi. The sub-unit concept is "purity," which is centered around the theme of love.


Loona's second sub-unit, ODD EYE CIRCLE, consists of Kim Lip, Jin Soul, and Choerry. The concept of the group is "girl crush," which received good reactions from fans worldwide. "Starlight" is an R&B style song that showcases each of the members' vocals perfectly.

See Saw

"See-Saw" by Gowon featuring Chuu and Kim Lip is one of the most popular B-sides from Loona. With its R&B and pop elements, the song blends well with the members' distinct voices.

rendezvous 18.6y

This track is one would describe as a modern masterpiece. "rendezvous 18.6y" is a hidden gem among Loona b-sides. When you first listen to the song, it feels like you are taking a trip somewhere far away and discover you are. Loona's final sub-unit, yyxy, consists of Yves, Chuu, Gowon, and Olivia Hye. The group name stands for "youth youth by young," representing the concept of going against society's social norms.

Perfect Love

From their debut album, "++," this song will have you singing the chorus all day long. "Perfect Love" is the perfect song to listen during the summer along with your friends.


"Satellite" is a must-listen even if you are not a fan of Loona. The song first starts calmly, but as you keep listening, the music flows and becomes a dance-pop with R&B elements. The sentimental melody and upbeat chorus leave the listeners wanting more. The choreography for "Satellite" was well put together and goes along with the lyrics of the song.

Oh (Yes I Am)

Uplifting, energetic, and mysterious, "Oh (Yes I am) has it all. The song from their recent mini album "#" is an encouraging song that talks about being confident with yourself. No matter who you are or where you come from, Loona wants you to be comfortable with the real you.

There you have it, the best b-sides of Loona but there are plenty more in their discography to check out. What's your favorite Loona B-side track? Let us know down in the comments below!

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