Korean hardcore music is a subgenre of punk rock that emerged in the late 1990s. It is characterized by its aggressive and fast-paced sound, often featuring distorted guitars, heavy basslines, and intense drumming. The lyrics often address social and political issues, as well as personal struggles and emotions. Bands in this genre often incorporate elements of metal and post-hardcore into their music. Slant, End These Days, and VASSLINE are all notable bands in the Korean hardcore scene, known for their high-energy performances and raw, emotional sound.
Here is a list of korean hardcore artists on Spotify, ranked based on popularity, who exemplifies the korean hardcore genre. You can find out what korean hardcore genre sounds like where you can preview artists or sort them the way you want, just click the headers to sort.