BLACKPINK Snatches Top Spot From BTS For This Week's Gaon Social Chart
After being surpassed by BTS in the Gaon Social Chart, BLACKPINK reclaims the top spot for the week of November 22 to November 28!
On Gaon's Social Chart 2.0 this week, BLACKPINK reclaimed the No. 1 followed by BTS at No. 2. Standing strong at No. 3 is Im Young Woong while rose to No. 4 is SM Entertainment's new girl group aespa in their second week on the chart. And rounding out the top five for the week is Yang Joon Il.
With his new mini-album Journey debuting at No. 1, Henry topped this week's physical album chart for the album chart. Staying strong at No. 2 is BTS's BE (Deluxe Edition), followed by Fatal Love of MONSTA X at No. 3. Furthermore, the previous top notcher of both Gaon's weekly and monthly charts, upon its release in October, NCT's RESONANCE Pt. 1, reentered the chart at No. 4. Lastly, rising to No. 5 for the week is AB6IX's SALUTE.
Overall Digital Chart
Moreover, the hit collaboration of the Show Me the Money 9 rappers Miranni, Munchman, Khundi Panda, and MUSHVENOM's "VVS" (featuring JUSTHIS and produced by GroovyRoom) shot up to No. 1 on this week's overall digital chart.
The next two spots on the chart are claimed by BTS, with their long-running hit Dynamite at No. 2, and their new title track Life Goes On at No. 3. Coming in at No. 4 is Jang Beom June's Can't Sleep, rounding out the top five for the week is Im Chang Jung's Love Should Not Be Harsh on You.
For the Streaming Chart of Gaon, VVS of Miranni, Munchman, Khundi Panda, and MUSHVENOM's also topped the streaming chart this week. Ranking at No. 2 is BTS's Dynamite. Taking the No. 3 spot is Jang Beom June's Can't Sleep while Im Chang Jung's Love Should Not Be Harsh on You came in at No. 4, and at No. 5 is BTS's Life Goes On.
Lastly, for the download chart, sweeping its top two spots this week is Im Young Woong, with HERO at No. 1 and Trust in Me at No. 2. Charting at No. 3 is BTS's Life Goes On, followed by Miranni, Munchman, Khundi Panda, and MUSHVENOM's VVS. Meanwhile, at No. 4. Meanwhile, entering the chart at No. 5 is NCT U's 90's Love.
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