BTS, IVE, fromis_9, And Lim Young Woong Top Circle (Gaon) Monthly And Weekly Charts

Circle Chart (formerly known as Gaon Chart) has revealed its latest monthly and weekly chart rankings!

Monthly Album Chart

BTS achieved a double crown on the Circle charts for June after topping both the physical album chart and the social chart this month. The group’s anthology album “Proof,” which previously topped the weekly chart for two weeks, debuted at No. 1 on the monthly album chart for June.

Meanwhile, amidst a chart dominated by June releases, NCT DREAM’s repackaged album “Beatbox” stayed strong at No. 2 in its second month.

TWICE’s Nayeon‘s solo debut mini album “IM NAYEON“—which previously debuted at No. 1 on the weekly chart—entered the monthly chart at No. 3, followed by Kep1er’s second mini album “DOUBLAST” at No. 4.

Finally, fromis_9’s new mini album “from our Memento Box” debuted at No. 5 on the chart.

Weekly Album Chart

fromis_9 achieved their own double crown on the weekly charts after topping two separate charts for the week of June 26 to July 2. The group’s new mini album “from our Memento Box” debuted at No. 1 on this week’s physical album chart, while their title track “Stay This Way” debuted at No. 1 on the digital download chart.

Meanwhile, Kim Hee Jae’s first full-length album “Hee Jae” entered the physical album chart at No. 2 this week.

BTS claimed two of this week’s top five spots with old releases: their 2019 mini album “Map of the Soul: Persona” shot up to No. 3, while their 2017 mini album “Love Yourself: Her” rose to No. 8.

Finally, BTOB’s Minhyuk (HUTA)’s second solo album “BOOM” debuted at No. 4 on the chart.

Monthly Digital Chart

In an impressive feat, IVE earned double crowns on both the monthly charts and the weekly charts with their smash hit “LOVE DIVE“, sweeping the top spot on both the overall digital charts and the streaming charts.

On the overall digital chart for June, IVE’s “LOVE DIVE” came in at No. 1, (G)I-DLE’s “TOMBOY” at No. 2, PSY’s “That That” (produced by and featuring BTS’ Suga) at No. 3, MeloMance’s “Love, Maybe” (from the OST of “A Business Proposal”) at No. 4, and Lim Young Woong’s “If We Ever Meet Again” at No. 5.

Weekly Digital Chart + Monthly and Weekly Streaming Charts

The top five songs on this week’s overall digital chart, this week’s streaming chart, and the streaming chart for June were all exactly the same: IVE’s “LOVE DIVE” reigned at No. 1, followed by (G)I-DLE’s “TOMBOY” at No. 2, PSY’s “That That” (produced by and featuring Suga) at No. 3, MeloMance’s “Love, Maybe” at No. 4, and BIG Naughty’s “Beyond Love” (featuring 10cm) at No. 5.

Monthly Download Chart

Lim Young Woong dominated the digital download chart for June, sweeping the top three spots with “If We Ever Meet Again” (at No. 1), “Our Blues” (No. 2), and “Rainbow” (No. 3).

NCT DREAM’s “Beatbox” rose to No. 4 for the month, while Kim Ho Joong’s “Person who shines” rounded out the top five.

Weekly Download Chart

fromis_9’s new title track “Stay This Way” debuted at No. 1 on this week’s digital download chart.

Lim Young Woong swept the next three spots on the chart, with “If We Ever Meet Again” staying strong at No. 2, “Our Blues” at No. 3, and “Rainbow” at No. 4.

Finally, Minhyuk (HUTA)’s new title track “BOOM” entered the chart at No. 5.

Monthly + Weekly Social Chart

The top five artists on the monthly and weekly social charts were exactly the same: BTS remained No. 1, followed by BLACKPINK at No. 2, Jessi at No. 3, BLACKPINK’s Lisa at No. 4, and Lim Young Woong at No. 5.

Congratulations to all of the artists!

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