Gaon Chart has revealed its chart rankings for the week of June 12 to 18!
BTS maintained their double crown on this week’s charts, topping each the bodily album chart and the social chart for the second week in a row. The group’s new anthology album “Proof,” which debuted at No. 1 final week, held onto its spot on the prime of the album chart once more this week.
In the meantime, NCT DREAM‘s newest repackaged album “Beatbox” equally maintained its place at No. 2.
aespa’s 2021 mini album “Savage” re-entered the chart at No. 3 this week, whereas OMEGA X’s first full-length album “Story Written in Music” debuted at No. 4.
Lastly, over 4 years after its launch, NCT’s 2018 album “NCT 2018 EMPATHY” re-entered the chart at No. 5.
Total Digital Chart
Over two months after its launch, IVE’s smash hit “LOVE DIVE” rose to No. 1 on the general digital chart.
BTS’s new title monitor “But to Come” climbed to No. 4 on this week’s chart, whereas MeloMance’s “Love, Perhaps” (from the OST of “A Enterprise Proposal”) rounded out the highest 5.
Three months after its preliminary launch, (G)I-DLE’s hit tune “TOMBOY” climbed again as much as No. 1 on this week’s streaming chart.
IVE’s “LOVE DIVE” rose to No. 2, adopted by PSY and Suga’s “That That” at No. 3, and MeloMance’s “Love, Perhaps” at No. 4.
Lastly, BIG Naughty’s “Past Love” (that includes 10cm) got here in at No. 5 for the week.
Lim Younger Woong swept the highest three spots on this week’s digital obtain chart, with “If We Ever Meet Once more” at No. 1, “Our Blues” at No. 2, and “Rainbow” at No. 3.
BTS held onto their spot at No. 1 on this week’s social chart, with BLACKPINK defending their place at No. 2.
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