IVE, BIGBANG, BTS, And Lim Young Woong Top Gaon Monthly And Weekly Charts

Gaon Chart has revealed its latest monthly and weekly chart rankings!

Monthly Album Chart

IVE topped the physical album chart for April with their second single album “LOVE DIVE,” which debuted at No. 1.

NCT DREAM’s latest studio album “Glitch Mode,” which previously topped the album chart for March, stayed strong at No. 2. “Glitch Mode” also earned an official double million certification from Gaon this month.

MONSTA X’s new mini album “SHAPE of LOVE” made an impressive debut at No. 3, despite having been released on April 26—just a few days before the end of the month.

Red Velvet’s “The ReVe Festival – Feel My Rhythm” came in at No. 4 for April, while EXO’s Suho’s solo mini album “Grey Suit” entered the monthly chart at No. 5.

Weekly Album Chart

Lim Young Woong’s first full-length album “IM HERO” topped the physical album chart for the week of May 1 to 7, while LE SSERAFIM’s debut mini album “FEARLESS” entered the chart at No. 2.

A month after its release, IVE’s “LOVE DIVE” climbed back up the chart to claim No. 3 for the week.

WOODZ (Cho Seung Youn)’s new mini album “COLORFUL TRAUMA” debuted at No. 4, and Jeong Dong Won’s “Handwritten Letter” rounded out this week’s top five.

Monthly Digital Chart

BIGBANG achieved a double crown for April after topping both the overall digital chart and the streaming chart with their smash hit “Still Life.”

(G)I-DLE’s “TOMBOY” rose to No. 2 on the overall digital chart for April, while Red Velvet’s “Feel My Rhythm” shot up 23 spots in the rankings to take No. 3.

IVE’s “LOVE DIVE” debuted at No. 4 on the monthly digital chart, and MeloMance’s “Love, Maybe” (from the OST of “A Business Proposal”) climbed to No. 5.

Weekly Digital Chart

Lim Young Woong topped both this week’s overall digital chart and digital download chart with his new song “If We Ever Meet Again.”

BIGBANG’s “Still Life” stayed strong at No. 2 on the overall digital chart, and PSY’s “That That” (produced by and featuring BTSSuga) rose to No. 3 for the week.

Finally, IVE’s “LOVE DIVE” came in at No. 4, followed by (G)I-DLE’s “TOMBOY” at No. 5.

Monthly Streaming Chart

The top five songs on April’s streaming chart were almost exactly the same as the overall digital chart. BIGBANG’s “Still Life” debuted at No. 1, followed by (G)I-DLE’s “TOMBOY” at No. 3, Red Velvet’s “Feel My Rhythm” at No. 3, MeloMance’s “Love, Maybe” at No. 4, and IVE’s “LOVE DIVE” at No. 5.

Weekly Streaming Chart

BIGBANG’s “Still Life” remained No. 1 on this week’s streaming chart, while IVE’s “LOVE DIVE” and (G)I-DLE’s “TOMBOY” similarly maintained their respective positions at No. 2 and No. 3.

PSY’s “That That” (produced by and featuring Suga) shot up 89 spots in the rankings to No. 4, and MeloMance’s “Love, Maybe” rounded out the top five.

Monthly Download Chart

The top four spots on the digital download chart for April went to new releases: Lim Young Woong’s “Our Blues” debuted at No. 1, BIGBANG’s “Still Life” at No. 2, SHINee’s Onew’s “DICE” at No. 3, and IVE’s “LOVE DIVE” at No. 4.

Finally, NCT DREAM’s latest title track “Glitch Mode” stayed strong at No. 5.

Weekly Download Chart

Lim Young Woong completely dominated this week’s digital download chart, sweeping the top 12 spots with songs from his new album “IM HERO.” “If We Ever Meet Again” debuted at No. 1, “I Love You” at No. 2, “Rainbow” at No. 3, “Father” at No. 4, and “Lovely Touch” at No. 5.

Monthly Social Chart

The top four artists on the social chart for April remained exactly the same as March: BTS continued their reign at No. 1, followed by BLACKPINK at No. 2, BLACKPINK’s Lisa at No. 3, and Lim Young Woong at No. 4.

Finally, TREASURE rose to No. 5 on this month’s chart.

Weekly Social Chart

BTS also held onto their spot at No. 1 on the weekly social chart, while BLACKPINK similarly defended their position at No. 2.

Lisa rose to No. 3 on this week’s chart, trailed by TREASURE at No. 4, and Jessi rose 24 spots in the rankings to round out the top five.

Congratulations to all of the artists!

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