The purpose of this study is to present the possibility of development of K-pop choreography production methods in the future by investigating the changed choreography production methods of the first to fourth generations of K-pop idol groups. In this study, six domestic K-pop performance directors were selected to study and analyze interview data on changes in choreography production methods, and the following contents were derived. Firstly, due to new generation’s interest of video content development, the choreography draft video has been actively produced. Secondly, there is an increase in capital as K-pop is becoming popular. Thirdly, as investment funds expand, it can be seen that it is changing from the way one choreographer creates to the way several choreographers mix choreography. As such, the choreography production method has been continuously developed under the influence of environmental factors, and we propose a follow-up study on the effectiveness of cooperative work for the future potential of K-pop choreography. This study suggests that the performance expression method in the metaverse or the visual special effect (VFX) technology that can only be shown in that space should be analyzed and considered.