SEVENTEEN And ILLIT Earn Triple Crowns On Circle Weekly And Monthly Charts SuperNayr

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

Monthly Album Chart

SEVENTEEN topped the physical album chart for April with their new best-of album “17 IS RIGHT HERE,” which debuted at No. 1 despite having been released at the very end of the month (on April 29).

TXT’s new mini album “minisode 3: TOMORROW” entered the chart at No. 2, while IVE’s new EP “IVE SWITCH” (which was also released on April 29) debuted at No. 3.

Finally, Kim Ho Joong’s “A LIFE” and Lee Chan Won’s “bright;燦” debuted at No. 4 and No. 5 respectively.

Weekly Album Chart

SEVENTEEN achieved a triple crown on this week’s charts, topping the physical album chart, overall digital chart, and digital download chart with “17 IS RIGHT HERE” and its title track “MAESTRO.”

SEVENTEEN claimed three of the top four spots on this week’s album chart with “17 IS RIGHT HERE”: the regular version of the compilation album debuted at No. 1, while the Weverse version and KiT versions charted separately at No. 3 and No. 4.

IVE’s new EP “IVE SWITCH” debuted at No. 2, while (G)I-DLE’s Yuqi’s solo debut album “YUQ1” rounded out the top five for the week.

Monthly Digital Chart + Streaming Chart

ILLIT earned a triple crown for the month of April with their hit debut song “Magnetic,” which topped the overall digital chart, streaming chart, and global K-pop chart.

The top five songs on this month’s digital and streaming charts were exactly the same: ILLIT’s “Magnetic” came in at No. 1, (G)I-DLE’s “Fate” at No. 2, TWS’s “plot twist” at No. 3, BIBI’s “Bam Yang Gang” at No. 4, and IU’s “Love wins all” at No. 5.

Weekly Digital Chart

SEVENTEEN topped this week’s overall digital chart with their new title track “MAESTRO,” which debuted at No. 1.

Block B’s Zico’s new single “SPOT!” (featuring BLACKPINK’s Jennie) shot to No. 2, followed by ILLIT’s “Magnetic” at No. 3, (G)I-DLE’s “Fate” at No. 4, and QWER’s “T.B.H” at No. 5.

Weekly Streaming Chart

Zico and Jennie’s hit collab “SPOT!” topped this week’s streaming chart, trailed by ILLIT’s “Magnetic” at No. 2, (G)I-DLE’s “Fate” at No. 3, TWS’s “plot twist” at No. 4, and QWER’s “T.B.H” at No. 5.

Monthly Download Chart

Lee Chan Won topped the digital download chart for April with his latest hit “a travel to the sky,” which debuted at No. 1.

NCT’s Doyoung’s solo debut track “Little Light” entered the chart at No. 2, while SEVENTEEN’s “MAESTRO” debuted at No. 3.

ILLIT’s “Magnetic” stayed strong at No. 4, with Kim Ho Joong’s “If I Leave” rounding out the top five for the month.

Weekly Download Chart

SEVENTEEN topped this week’s digital download chart with “MAESTRO,” which entered the chart at No. 1.

IVE’s new title track “HEYA” debuted at No. 2, followed by Zico’s “SPOT!” at No. 3, Hwang Young Woong’s “Sunflower” at No. 4, and Lee Chan Won’s “a travel to the sky” at No. 5.

Monthly Global K-Pop Chart

ILLIT’s “Magnetic” rose to No. 1 on the monthly global K-pop chart, while BABYMONSTER’s “SHEESH” debuted at No. 2.

LE SSERAFIM’s “Smart” stayed strong at No. 3, trailed by BTS’s Jungkook’s “Standing Next to You” at No. 4 and (G)I-DLE’s “Fate” at No. 5.

Weekly Global K-Pop Chart

ILLIT’s “Magnetic” also remained No. 1 on the weekly global K-pop chart, where Zico’s “SPOT!” jumped to No. 2 and BABYMONSTER’s “SHEESH” stayed strong at No. 3.

IVE’s “HEYA” entered the chart at No. 4 for the week, while SEVENTEEN’s “MAESTRO” debuted at No. 5.

Monthly Social Chart

FIFTY FIFTY climbed to No. 1 on the social chart for April, with BTS and BLACKPINK rising to No. 2 and No. 3 respectively.

TWICE stayed strong at No. 4 on the monthly chart, while NewJeans held onto their spot at No. 5.

Weekly Social Chart

FIFTY FIFTY also topped this week’s social chart, where NewJeans came in at No. 2, BTS at No. 3, BLACKPINK at No. 4, and Davichi at No. 5.

Congratulations to all of the artists!

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