NCT, Rain & Park Jin Young, BLACKPINK, And More Top Gaon Weekly Charts

Gaon Chart has revealed its chart rankings for the week of January 3 to January 9!

Album Chart

NCT claimed two spots in the top five of this week’s physical album chart with their latest release “RESONANCE Pt. 2.” The album, which previously debuted at No. 1 on the weekly chart last month, climbed back up to No. 1 this week, while the Kit version of the album charted separately at No. 3.

SuperM’s first full-length album “Super One” also reentered the chart at No. 2, while MCND’s new mini album “MCND AGE” debuted at No. 4. Finally, Kim Ho Joong’s “The Classic Album I” rounded out the top five for the week.

Download Chart

Rain and Park Jin Young’s duet “Switch to Me” rose to No. 1 on this week’s digital download chart, followed by KyoungSeo’s “Shiny Star (2020)” at No. 2. Jeong Sewoon’s new title track “In the Dark” entered the chart at No. 3, ISU’s “Your Lights” at No. 4, and Jo Hyun Ah’s “Here I Am” (from the OST of tvN’s hit drama “Mr. Queen”) at No. 5.

Overall Digital Chart

The top five songs on this week’s overall digital chart were exactly the same as last week: “Show Me the Money 9” rappers Mirani, Munchman, Khundi Panda, and MUSHVENOM’s hit collaboration “VVS” (featuring JUSTHIS and produced by GroovyRoom) remained No. 1 for the seventh consecutive week, with KyoungSeo’s “Shiny Star (2020)” at No. 2, BTS’s “Dynamite” at No. 3, Jang Beom June’s “Can’t Sleep” at No. 4, and Lil Boi’s “Tomorrow” (featuring Giriboy and BIG Naughty) at No. 5.

Streaming Chart

The top four songs on this week’s streaming chart were exactly the same as the overall digital chart: Mirani, Munchman, Khundi Panda, and MUSHVENOM’s “VVS” stayed No. 1, with KyoungSeo’s “Shiny Star (2020)” at No. 2, BTS’s “Dynamite” at No. 3, and Jang Beom June’s “Can’t Sleep” at No. 4. Finally, BLACKPINK’s “Lovesick Girls” rose to No. 5 for the week.

Social Chart

BLACKPINK held onto their spot at No. 1 on Gaon’s Social Chart 2.0 this week, while BTS and Song Ga In maintained their respective positions at No. 2 and No. 3. Im Young Woong charted at No. 4, followed by Kim Ho Joong at No. 5.

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