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Top five K-pop songs on Eat Your Kimchi's playlist

Eat Your Kimchi's Martina and Simon Stawski. Photo source: Instagram.

Eat Your Kimchi is a wildly popular blog and YouTube channel by Canadian couple Simon and Martina Stawski about their life in Korea and Korean pop (K-pop) music. The couple began blogging when they moved to Bucheon, South Korea to teach English in May 2008. They now have over eight million visitors a month from 187 countriesThe Vancouver Observer asked Simon and Martina to list their top-played K-pop songs of the moment. You can also check out the full interview with them here.

Simon's Top 5 Most Played K-pop songs: 

1. Love Song -- Rain (Bi)

2. What is Love -- EXO

3. Funny Hunny -- Orange Caramel

4. Sexy Love Right Now -- T-ara

5. I Am The Best -- 2NE1

Martina's Top 5 Most Played K-pop songs: 

1. Funny Hunny -- Orange Caramel

2. Lady -- Big Bang

3. This Love -- Big Bang

4. How We Feel -- DJ Clazzi

5. Cry -- MBLAQ  (Martina: "I forced Simon to listen to Cry.")

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