IU Achieves Triple Crown On Gaon Weekly Charts; GOT7 Tops Album Chart

IU has earned a triple crown on the latest Gaon weekly charts!

On November 14, Gaon Chart announced that IU’s latest hit “Love Poem” had swept all three of this week’s digital charts. The song took No. 1 on the overall digital chart, the digital download chart, and the streaming chart for the week of November 3 to 9.

GOT7 topped this week’s physical album chart with their new mini album “Call My Name,” while BTS continued their reign over the social chart for the 19th consecutive week.

Here are the top five for each of this week’s charts:

Album Chart

GOT7’s “Call My Name” debuted at No. 1 on this week’s physical album chart, while UP10TION’s Lee Jin Hyuk made a strong solo debut with “S.O.L” at No. 2. Super Junior’s “Time_Slip” shot back up to No. 3 for the week, while VICTON’s new mini album “Nostalgia” debuted at No. 4 and MONSTA X’s “FOLLOW : FIND YOU” stayed strong at No. 5.

Overall Digital Chart

IU’s “Love Poem” topped this week’s overall digital chart, followed by AKMU’s smash hit “How Can I Love the Heartbreak, You’re the One I Love” at No. 2. MC Mong’s “Fame” charted at No. 3, trailed by Girls’ Generation’s Taeyeon‘s “Spark” at No. 4 and Jang Beom June’s “Your Shampoo Scent in the Flowers” (from the OST of JTBC’s “Melo is My Nature“) at No. 5.

Download Chart

IU’s “Love Poem” also topped the digital download chart this week, with Taeyeon’s “Spark” following close behind at No. 2. Noel’s “Late Night” debuted on the chart at No. 3, while GOT7’s new title track “You Calling My Name” debuted at No. 4. Finally, MC Mong’s “Fame” rounded out the top five for the week.

Streaming Chart

IU’s “Love Poem” topped this week’s streaming chart, while AKMU’s “How Can I Love the Heartbreak, You’re the One I Love” held onto its position at No. 2. MC Mong’s “Fame” came in at No. 3 for the week, Taeyeon’s “Spark” at No. 4, and Jang Beom June’s “Your Shampoo Scent in the Flowers” at No. 5.

Social Chart

BTS remained No. 1 on Gaon’s new weekly “Social Chart 2.0” for the 19th consecutive week, with WINNER rising four spots on the list to No. 2. NU’EST stayed strong at No. 3, followed by Stray Kids at No. 4 and MONSTA X at No. 5.

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