iKON, MAMAMOO, And BTS’s J-Hope Top Weekly Gaon Charts

On March 15, Gaon revealed chart results for the week from March 4 through March 10.

iKON topped the digital chart for the sixth consecutive week with “Love Scenario.” Various new releases came in strong on the chart, with MAMAMOO’s “Starry Night” in second, Heize’s “Jenga” in fourth, and Wanna One’s “I.P.U.” in fifth. MOMOLAND’s “BBoom BBoom” also continued its long run in third place.

The download chart was mainly dominated by new releases with “Starry Night,” “I.P.U.,” and “Jenga” taking the top three spots. Heize’s “Didn’t Know Me” followed in fourth, and “Love Scenario” took fifth. The streaming chart remained the exact same as the previous week. “Love Scenario” is No. 1 and “BBoom BBoom” is No. 2. They are followed by Jang Deok Cheol’s “Good Old Days,” Roy Kim’s “Only Then,” and Red Velvet’s “Bad Boy.”On the album chart recording physical album shipments, MAMAMOO’s new album “Yellow Flower” and BTOB member Ilhoon’s solo debut album “Big Wave” took the top two spots. BTS’s “Love Yourself: Her” placed No. 3, INFINITE member Sunggyu’s “10 Stories” placed No. 4, and Highlight’s Yang Yoseob placed No. 5 with his second mini album.BTS once again showed strength on the social chart, which is a result of data from YouTube, Twitter, and YinYueTai. J-Hope’s “Daydream” topped the chart, and his music video for “Airplane” took fourth. BTS’s “DNA”  remained at second, and “MIC Drop” rose to fifth. Wanna One’s “I.P.U.” took third place.