Top 10 Most Expensive K-Pop Music Videos, Ranked

“Love Song” by BIGBANG

 With the advanced shooting techniques at that time, and as a result — the entire MV cost up to $200,000 USD.

“Troublemaker” by Troublemaker

The fancy clothes and luxurious hotel rooms contributed to the $210,000 price tag on this music video.

“Like a Cat” by AOA

This MV also featured the artists as spies, which is fitting as the song is about the girls sneaking around like cats.


All of this special CGI cost a pretty penny and caused the “MAMA” MV to cost about $270,000.

“Decalcomanie” by Mamamoo

This gorgeous music video had the ladies of Mamamoo, this MV cost approximately $300,000.

“Come Back Home” by 2NE1

With the super detailed future dystopian sets, intricate outfits, and sheer number of extras up to $500,000.

“Honey Honey” by Gangkiz

The production value is around $900,000 and is one of the most expensive music videos produced ever.

“Destiny” by Infinite

Filmed in Universal Studios as well as several other locations in California, this music video cost almost $900,000.

“Cry Cry” by T-ara

Featuring all the elements of an elaborately developed Korean crime drama, T-ara’s “Cry Cry” cost about $1,000,000.

One Shot by B.A.P.

While the plot of “One Shot” may seem conventional enough to start, with B.A.P at odds with a rival gang.

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