BTS dominated the recently revealed monthly and weekly charts of the Gaon Chart.
The group’s English language single bagged No. 1 on the overall Digital Chart, Digital Download Chart, and Streaming Chart for September. Furthermore, BTS’ Dynamite successfully defended its No. 1 spot for the Weekly Streaming Chart.
The second rank is Sandeul’s Slightly Tipsy. Coming on third is Jessi’s NUNU NANA. Following are Park Jin Young and Sunmi’s When We Disco at No. 4, and Hwasa’s Maria at No. 5.
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Other K-pop acts’ domination
Meanwhile, BLACKPINK, Lovesick Girls, debuted the newest title track at No. 1 for this week’s Digital Download Charts. BLACKPINK also slew a winning streak at Gaon’s Social Chart 2.0 for five consecutive months.
Super Junior-D&E’s new mini-album, BAD LIAR, also debuted No. 1 on the Physical Albums Chart.
Kim Ho Joong, the trot singer, topped his new album Our Family for the Physical Albums Chart for September.
BTS hits another milestone
The music video of BTS’s Boy in Luv has now reached 350 million views. The song was released in February 2014 as the title track of its second mini-album entitled Skool Luv Affair.
Furthermore, Boy in Luv hails as BTS’ 13th music video that hit the milestone. It follows DNA, Fire, Dope, Blood Sweat and Tears, Fake Love, IDOL, Not Today, MIC Drop, Spring Day, and Dynamite.
17th win in Music Bank
In the recent news, the world’s most phenomenal K-pop boy group takes its 17th win for Dynamite on Music Bank.
Dynamite win over Kim Ho Joong’s In Full Bloom with 6532 points, while In Full Bloom only earned 4726 points.
The week’s performance includes Stray Kids, The Boyz, UP10TION, and more. Meanwhile, check out BTS’ Music Bank win below!
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