BTS Covets Triple Ranking On Weekly Gaon Charts Along With Other Artists
The world's most phenomenal K-pop group BTS continues to earn trophies and achievements with its new English single titled Butter-especially on Gaon Charts.
That said, BTS is among the K-pop artists who topped the said charts on its weekly figures, starting from June 6 and ending on June 12.
Let us take a deep dive on this week's Gaon Charts top notchers, namely BTS, EXO, and Ha Sung Woon!
The first-generation K-pop idol group EXO made its comeback via a special album entitled DON'T FIGHT THE FEELING, leading for the album to top this week's physical album chart.
EXO was then followed by TWICE's Taste of Love at No. 2, and Wei's IDENTITY: Action, and N.Flying's Man on the Moon at No. 3 and 4. Top 5 was concluded by MONSTA X's One of a Kind.
Soloist Ha Sung Woon made its debut on the Download Chart at No. 1, then impressively followed by EXO's DON'T FIGHT THE FEELING at No. 2.
K-pop girl group TWICE, with its Alcohol-Free entry, finishes at No. 2, while Grammy-nominated band BTS with its newest single Butter, landed at No. 4. Top 5 was made sure to end with a band with Heize's HAPPEN.
Digital and Streaming Charts
With no hesitations, BTS's Butter remained at the No. 1 spot on both charts for its third week now. The septet was then followed by Heize's HAPPEN and rookie girl group aespa's Next Level, at No. 2 and 3, respectively.
Oh My Girl's Dun Dun Dance also made the cut at No. 4 from its two spots ahead of the previous week's figures, while Justin Bieber's Peaches finishes the Top 5.
RM, J-hope, Suga, Jin, Jimin, V, and Jungkook maintained their position at the highest ranking of Gaon's Social Chart 2.0, while BLACKPINK and Lim Young Woong also remained on their spots at No. 2 and 3, respectively.
EXO lands at No. 4, while TWICE concludes the Top 5.
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