Weekly K-Pop Music Chart 2013 – July Week 2

Weekly K-Pop Music Chart 2013 – July Week 2

The top three songs remained the same this week but No. 1 and  No. 2 switched place.  Lee Seung Chul’s “My Love” moves up to the top spot this week over SISTAR’s “Give It To Me.” “My Love” is Lee Seung Chul’s first No. 1 song on our chart. The previous closest he got was No. 2 back in 2006 with “Screaming.” It is nice to see a non-idol artist hitting the top of the chart especially in the middle of summer, when all the high tier idols are releasing their new songs.

Below the top three we find five consecutive new songs to the top 10 this week. At No. 4, Girl’s Day is back to the top five with “Female President,” the title song of their repackaged first album. It is a catchy song about girls who no longer wait for the boys to confess their love. Instead, they take the initiative.  The song title itself is also attention drawing since Korea is having a female president now. Last week, Girl’s Day had their first win on a music show when “Female President” was the top song on SBS Inkigayo.

Moving up 13 spots to No. 5 is Superstar K4 winner Roy Kim’s new song “Love Love Love,” the title track from his first full length album.  Roy Kim was in the top five a few weeks ago with “Bom Bom Bom.”  Continuing with a folk style, “Love Love Love” is a track with a cheerful melody that anyone can easily hum to.

Korea’s most unique rapper Outsider is back in the top ten  for the first time in more than three years with “Sad Bird,” featuring the vocal of ballad queen Lee Soo Young. It moves up 20 spots this week. The song is about a wife who waits for her husband who has gone afar for so long that she dies and becomes a fossil. Lee Soo Young’s vocal is a sharp contrast to Outsider’s super fast rapping, but it comes out well on this song.

Debuting at No. 7 is 4minute’s new song “Is It Poppin?” Fresh off winning the top song of first half 2013 on our chart with “What’s Your Name,” the girls are back with is a hip-hop dance number with an upbeat melody line which is expected to capture listeners’ ears. Unlike their recent hits, “Is It Poppin?” is a cuter song that is good to listen to in the summer.

Popular rapper Verbal Jint is back with his third top 10 hit this year, “Walking In The Rain” featuring the vocal of Bumkey, who just had his own top 10 hit “Bad Girl” last week. This upbeat number is about a person who is betrayed by a lover. Aside from his own hit songs “Good Start” and “No Love,” Verbal Jint was also featured on hits by Cho Yong Pil, Seo In Kook, Davichi, and Phantom.  He is truly the busiest K-Pop artist so far in 2013.

Singles Music Chart - July 2013, Week 2
  • 1 (+1) My Love
    • Chart Info
    • 2 Previous rank
       
    • 3 Number of week on chart
       
    • 2 Peak on chart
       
  • 2 (-1) Give It To Me
    • Chart Info
    • 1 Previous rank
       
    • 4 Number of week on chart
       
    • 1 Peak on chart
       
  • 3 (–) All Right
    • Chart Info
    • 3 Previous rank
       
    • 3 Number of week on chart
       
    • 3 Peak on chart
       
  • 4 (+8) Female President
    • Chart Info
    • 12 Previous rank
       
    • 2 Number of week on chart
       
    • 12 Peak on chart
       
  • 5 (+13) Love Love Love
    • Chart Info
    • 18 Previous rank
       
    • 2 Number of week on chart
       
    • 18 Peak on chart
       
  • 6 (+20) Sad Bird (feat. Lee Soo Young)
    • Chart Info
    • 26 Previous rank
       
    • 2 Number of week on chart
       
    • 26 Peak on chart
       
  • 7 (new) Is It Poppin?
    • Chart Info
    • 0 Previous rank
       
    • 1 Number of week on chart
       
    • 36 Peak on chart
       
  • 8 (+9) Walking In The Rain (feat. Bumkey)
    • Chart Info
    • 17 Previous rank
       
    • 2 Number of week on chart
       
    • 17 Peak on chart
       
  • 9 (-5) First Love
    • Chart Info
    • 4 Previous rank
       
    • 4 Number of week on chart
       
    • 2 Peak on chart
       
  • 10 (-4) Darling Of All Hearts (feat. Harim)
    • Chart Info
    • 6 Previous rank
       
    • 3 Number of week on chart
       
    • 6 Peak on chart
       
Rank Song Artist/Band
11 (-2) 내 다리를 봐 (Be Ambitious) Dal Shabet
12 (new) BAAAM (feat. Muzie of UV) Dynamic Duo
13 (-8) I Dance IVY
14 (-7) 짧은머리 (Short Hair) Huh Gak, Jung Eun Ji
15 (-5) Bad Girl (feat. E-Sens) Bumkey
16 (+16) Coffee Shop B.A.P
17 (+11) 한사람 (I’ll Be There) Ulala Session
18 (+1) Only You 4men
19 (-11) A Good Boy Baek Ah Yeon
20 (new) 오늘따라 보고싶어서 그래 (Missing You Today) Davichi
21 (-1) 왜 이제야 왔니 (Why Did You Come Just Now) Jung Yup
22 (new) Baby John Park
23 (new) 11시 그 적당함 (11AM) Junsu
24 (-1) Trap (feat. Kyuhyun, Taemin) Henry
25 (new) 두눈에. 두볼에. 가슴에 (In My Eyes) Kim Yeon Ji
26 (new) NoNoNo A Pink
27 (-12) Wolf Exo
28 (-6) I’m Sorry BEAST
29 (-16) Smoky Girl MBLAQ
30 (-19) Sunshine Rainbow
31 (-6) 잘 있나요 (Best Wishes To You) The One
32 (+9) 초록비 (Green Rain) SHINee
33 (new) 날 울리지마 (Don’t Make Me Cry) Monstar Color Bar
34 (new) 그대라는 한 사람 (The One Like You) Jessica
35 (-19) Bad Girls Lee Hyori
36 (new) 몇 날 며칠 (Countless Days) Na Yoon Kwon
37 (new) 한 사람만 보여요 (Only One Person) Changmin, Dahee
38 (-1) 괜찮아 떠나 (Just Get Away) Sweet Sorrow
39 (–) 나쁜여자 못된여자 (Bad Girl (feat. Kim Hana)) Namolla Family N
40 (new) Hot & Cold Jewelry
41 (new) Love & Slow G.NA
42 (new) 완전 사랑해요 (I Totally Love You) Jo Jung Suk
43 (new) Mystery YB
44 (-30) Ocean Of Light Nell
45 (-16) Painkiller T-Ara, The Seeya, Five Dolls, Speed
46 (-15) Yoohoo Secret
47 (-20) 이게 무슨 일이야 (What’s Happening) B1A4
48 (-18) 나쁜 기집애 (The Baddest Female) CL
49 (-16) Return (feat. Harim, Hotoo) 2BiC
50 (-15) Call My Name Soulstar

About the Soompi Music Chart:

Soompi Music Chart is unlike any other music charts or television rankings.  It takes into account rankings by various major music charts in Korea and airplay of each song, making it an unbiased and objective tally of what’s going on in the world of K-pop.  Our chart is composed of the following sources:

Air Monitor Chart - 15%
GAON Music Chart
– 20%
Various Internet charts (Olleh, Bugs, Melon, Soribada) – 15%
Billboard Korea – 20% 
SBS Inkigayo Chart  – 10%
KBS Music Bank K-Chart - 10%
MNet M!Countdown Chart – 10%

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