These Are The Most Replayed Parts Of 10+ Stray Kids Videos

Stray Kids have their fair share of iconic videos. Whether it’s a music video or performance video, there are certain parts you can’t help but play again and again.

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YouTube’s most replayed feature exposes the parts of videos that viewers rewatch the most. Here are the most replayed parts of 18 Stray Kids’ videos.

1. “God’s Menu”

It should come as no surprise that Felix‘s “cookin’ like a chef” line is the most replayed part of this music video. The legendary moment starts at 1:19.

2. “Back Door”

Netizens seem to enjoy Hyunjin‘s “knock” section leading into the chorus. It sets the theme for the entire video and begins at 1:01.

3. “Thunderous”

For a song with insane choreography, it makes sense that the most replayed part of this video includes Lee Know. It starts at the 0:52 timestamp with I.N. and Lee Know finishing the pre-chorus.

4. “MIROH”

With his incredible skill, it’s not shocking at all that Changbin’s rap takes the most replayed part for this song at 1:49.

5. “My Pace”

Beginning at the 0:30 timestamp, the most replayed part of this song is Changbin’s memorable “nananananana.” It seems that viewers can’t get enough of him or his voice.

6. “MANIAC”

The most rewatched part of this track is the chorus, featuring center Felix. It starts at 0:55 and showcases incredible costumes and creative choreography.

7. “District 9”

Fans will forever remember Stray Kids’ debut song. Han‘s intense rap is the most replayed part at 1:37. His talent speaks for itself.

8. “Christmas EveL”

Starting at 2:58, the most replayed part of this song is the adorable moment when the little girl discovers Santa’s helpers. It leads to Felix’s memorable “I can feel the evil coming, but Felix never bad” line.

9. “Double Knot”

The drop before the chorus is the most replayed part of this video. It starts at the 0:56 timestamp and continues through the flawless choreography.

10. “Side Effects”

The most replayed part of this music video is Hyunjin and Seungmin‘s fight scene. It starts at 1:49.

11. “Levanter”

The most replayed part of this track begins at 1:17 with Felix and Hyunjin’s short back and forth part. Felix’s deep voice mixed with the softer vocals is undoubtedly memorable.

12. “ALL IN”

Begging at 0:59, the most replayed part of this Stray Kids’ music video includes the unique “what?” line. The concept here works so well.

13. “Victory Song”

What’s better than one ab reveal? Two ab reveals. Viewers briefly see Han’s stomach before Bang Chan‘s are on full display in the most rewatched part of this performance video. It starts at 1:40.

14. “Any”

Starting at 0:07, the most replayed part of this video is Hyunjin’s intro and Felix’s response. Viewers seem to love these two together.

15. “CHEESE”

The most replayed part of this b-side video is when I.N finishes out the pre-chorus with a crazed smile, which he’s almost too good at. It starts at 2:09.

16. “EASY”

Starting at 0:47, the most replayed part of this video is Hyunjin’s close-up before the chorus. With his sultry gaze, it’s easy to see why.

17. “GOD’S DDU-DU DDU-DU” (Kingdom)

Stray Kids’ performance of their remixed version of “DDU-DU DDU-DU” with “God’s Menu” for Kingdom: Legendary War was iconic for several reasons. Including the most replayed part, which starts at 4:06 and features Lee Know’s dance break, and Felix’s abs.

18. “WOLFGANG” (Kingdom)

Stray Kids’ performance of their original song “WOLFGANG” for Kingdom is included for… obvious reasons. The most replayed part is Bang Chan shirtless, starting at 3:14.



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