1:26 am - 12/28/2012

Lee Seung Gi’s “Return” tops charts for 5 weeks in a row



Lee Seung Gi’s “Return” is staying strong on the charts!

According to one of the largest online music retailer Soribada.com, “Return” has continued to remain on top for the 3rd week chart of December (December 17th - 23rd). In addition, the single has been number one on other music charts for a fifth week in a row, making Lee Seung Gi the dominant player.

With this achievement, Lee Seung Gi has tied the record set by Psy’s “Gangnam Style” for most weeks topping #1 on major online music charts.

Meanwhile, making a valiant challenge for the top spot was Akdong Musician’s “You’re Pretty” and Baek Ah Yeon’s “Daddy Long Legs”.

source: dkpopnews

More power to ya Seung Gi! You might be a ballad singer, but you're kicking ass and taking names on the charts!
b1gay4 28th-Dec-2012 07:59 am (UTC)
baek ah yeon???
tokidoki88 28th-Dec-2012 10:12 am (UTC)
The song bores me to death, but I've accepted Korea's love for ballads a long time ago. Congrats to him:)
asnindie 28th-Dec-2012 04:33 pm (UTC)
The end to the domination of the Idols is coming.
purekpopology 28th-Dec-2012 11:01 pm (UTC)
quite possible... i'll be interested to see what fills in the new empty spots? Just more ballads/easy listening or maybe something like krock...?
asnindie 29th-Dec-2012 01:08 am (UTC)
Korean government doesn't like Korean rock so I think it'll stay in the same position, with more folky stuff like Busker Busker type of band staying popular.

I think solo stars, maybe more power ballads than typical korean ballads.
purekpopology 29th-Dec-2012 01:10 am (UTC)
What does the gov have against krock? Typical drugs, sex, and rock n' roll reasons?

I think your ideas are right.
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