K-pop Hot 100

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The K-pop Hot 100 is a music singles chart in South Korea, launched by Billboard in conjunction with Billboard Korea (빌보드코리아) on August 25, 2011. It is the second Asian Billboard chart after the Japan Hot 100,[1] and uses the same multimetric methodology as the US Hot 100. Chart rankings are compiled based on Hanteo Chart data, streaming and downloading data from Naver VIBE, and domestic radio and television music playback data.[2] Updates are published on Billboard Korea's website every Tuesday, and appear on Billboard.com the following day.[2]

Silvio Pietroluongo, Billboard's Director of Charts, called the launch "a milestone event", as it would "provide the Korean music market with what we believe is Korea's most accurate and relevant song ranking." Pietroluongo further stated that they were "excited to be expanding Billboard's globally recognized Hot 100 chart franchise into this country, and look forward to enhancing the K-Pop Hot 100 chart in the near future with additional data as well as creating new charts that showcase the breadth of Korean music".[3] Due to the Korean market having a more active distribution of digital music compared to physical album sales at the time of the chart's launch, initial rankings solely reflected digital sales from major music sites, as well as downloads from mobile service sites, weighted using Billboard's industry-standard formula. Weekly rankings were simultaneously announced in the United States and Korea on billboard.com in the international chart section of billboard.biz, in print editions of Billboard magazine, and also on the Billboard Korea website, billboard.co.kr.[1][3] The first number-one song on the chart was "So Cool" by Sistar, on the issue dated September 3, 2011.[4] Billboard suspended the chart in the United States effective the May 17, 2014 issue, but the final issue published was actually dated June 21.[5] The Korean version of the chart was subsequently discontinued as of the July 16 issue date.[6]

On December 20, 2017, Billboard officially announced the reactivation of the Kpop Hot 100, and the relaunch of the Billboard Korea website. Chart updates also resumed on billboard.com.[7] The first issue on the reestablished chart was for the period May 29–June 4, 2017.[8] The current number-one on the chart as of the issue dated October 16, 2021, is "Traffic Light" by Lee Mu-jin.[9]

Hot 100 number-one singlesEdit

Achievement by artistsEdit

Artists with most number-one hitsEdit

Rank Artist Count Songs[a]
1st IU 15 songs "You & I"
"Every End of the Day"
"The Red Shoes"
"Friday"
"Not Spring, Love or Cherry Blossoms" (with High4)
"My Old Story"
"Love Story" (with Epik High)
"SoulMate" (with Zico)
"Bbibbi"
"Love Poem"
"Blueming"
"Eight" (with Suga)
"Celebrity"
"Lilac"
"Nakka" (with AKMU)
2nd BTS 8 songs "DNA"
"Fake Love"
"Idol"
"Boy with Luv" (with Halsey)
"On"
"Dynamite"
"Butter"
"Permission to Dance"
3rd Twice 6 songs "Signal"
"Likey"
"Heart Shaker"
"What Is Love?"
"Dance the Night Away"
"Feel Special"
4th Exo 5 songs "Ko Ko Bop"
"Power"
"Universe"
"Tempo"
"Love Shot"
5th Sistar 4 songs "So Cool"
"Alone"
"Loving U"
"Give It to Me"
Busker Busker "Tokyo Girl"
"Cherry Blossom Ending"
"If You Really Love Me"
"Love, At First"
K.Will "Please Don't"
"Love Blossom"
"You Don't Know Love"
"Like a Star"

Artists with most weeks at number one (all songs)Edit

Rank Artist Count
1st BTS 49 weeks
2nd IU 47 weeks
3rd AKMU 10 weeks
4th Twice 9 weeks
5th Sistar 8 weeks

Artists with most number-one debuts (all songs)Edit

Rank Artist Count Songs[a]
1st IU 4 songs "Every End of the Day"
"Friday"
"Celebrity"
"Lilac"
Twice "Heart Shaker"
"What Is Love?"
"Dance The Night Away"
"Feel Special"
BTS "Idol"
"Boy With Luv"
"Butter"
"Permission to Dance"
2nd Busker Busker 3 songs "Cherry Blossom Ending"
"If You Really Love Me"
"Love, At First"
Hyolyn "Crazy of You"
"One Way Love"
"Goodbye"
Exo "Universe"
"Tempo"
"Love Shot"
3rd Lee Seung-gi 2 songs "Era of Love"
"Return"
Sistar "Alone"
"Loving U"
K.Will "Love Blossom"
"Like a Star"
Wanna One "Boomerang"
"Spring Breeze"
Zico "Soulmate"
"Any Song"
Red Velvet "Power Up"
"Umpah Umpah"

Artists with most songs in top ten within the same weekEdit

Rank Artist Count Songs/
Chart position
Issue Date Ref.
1st Wanna One 10 songs "Beautiful" #1
"Wanna" #2
"Twilight" #3
"Nothing Without You (Intro.)" #4
"Energetic (Prequel Remix)" #5
"To Be One (Outro.)" #6
"Burn It Up (Prequel Remix)" #7
"Wanna Be (My Baby)" #8
"Energetic" #9
"Burn It Up" #10
November 26, 2017 [10]
BTS "Fake Love" #1
"The Truth Untold" #2
"Paradise" #3
"134340" #4
"Love Maze" #5
"Magic Shop" #6
"Anpanman" #7
"Airplane pt.2" #8
"So What" #9
"Intro: Singularity" #10
June 2, 2018 [11]
"Idol" #1
"Euphoria" #2
"I'm Fine" #3
"Answer: Love Myself" #4
"Epiphany" #5
"Trivia: Just Dance#6
"Trivia: Seesaw" #7
"Trivia: Love" #8
"Serendipity (Full Length Edition)" #9
"Idol (featuring Nicki Minaj)" #10
September 1, 2018
September 8, 2018
[12]
[13]
EXO "Tempo" #1
"Ooh La La La" #2
"Gravity" #3
"Sign" #4
"24/7" #5
"With You" #6
"Smile On My Face" #7
"Bad Dream" #8
"Oasis" #9
"Damage" #10
November 10, 2018 [14]
Wanna One "Spring Breeze" #1
"One's Place" #2
"Flowerbomb" #3
"One Love" #4
"Hide and Seek" #5
"Deeper" #6
"Beautiful (Part II)" #7
"Awake!" #8
"Pine Tree" #9
"Destiny (Intro)" #10
December 1, 2018 [15]
2nd EXO 9 songs "Ko Ko Bop" #1
"The Eve" #2
"What U do?" #3
"Walk On Memories" #4
"Forever" #5
"Touch It" #6
"Diamond" #7
"Chill" #8
"Going Crazy" #9
July 30, 2017 [16]
BTS "DNA" #1
"Best Of Me" #2
"Dimple" #3
"Pied Piper" #4
"Go Go" #5
"MIC Drop" #6
"Intro _ Serendipity" #7
"Outro _ Her" #8
"Skit _ Billboard Music Awards Speech" #9
October 1, 2017 [17]
3rd Busker Busker 8 songs "Love, At First" #1
"Too Much Regret" #2
"Love Is Timing" #3
"Your Lips" #4
"Night" #6
"Cool Girl" #7
"Beautiful Age" #8
"Autumn Night" #9
October 12, 2013 [18]
EXO "Tempo" #1
"Gravity" #3
"Ooh La La La" #4
"24/7" #5
"Sign" #6
"With You" #8
"Smile On My Face" #9
"Oasis" #10
November 17, 2018 [19]
4th EXO 7 songs "Universe" #1
"Been Through" #2
"Stay" #3
"Fall" #4
"Good Night" #5
"Lights Out" #6
"Universe (CD Ver.)" #7
January 6, 2018 [20]
BTS "Fake Love" #1
"The Truth Untold" #4
"Anpanman" #5
"Airplane pt.2" #6
"Paradise" #7
"Love Maze" #9
"134340" #10
June 9, 2018 [21]
"Boy With Luv" (featuring Halsey) #1
"Mikrokosmos" #2
"Make It Right" #3
"Home" #4
"Jamais Vu" #5
"Dionysus" #6
"Intro: Persona" #7
April 20, 2019
April 27, 2019
[22]
[23]
IU "Lilac" #1
"Celebrity" #2
"Coin" #4
"Hi Spring Bye" #5
"Flu" #6
"Troll" (featuring DEAN) #9
"My Sea" #10
April 10, 2021 [24]
"Lilac" #1
"Celebrity" #3
"Coin" #4
"Hi Spring Bye" #6
"Flu" #8
"My Sea" #9
"Hold My Hand" #10
April 17, 2021 [25]
5th Busker Busker 6 songs "Cherry Blossom Ending" #1
"Yeosu Night Sea" #5
"First Love" #6
"Loneliness Amplifier" #8
"Ideal Type" #9
"The Flowers" #10
April 21, 2012 [26]
Seventeen "Don't Wanna Cry" #1
"Habit" #2
"Swimming Fool" #3
"Crazy in Love" #4
"IF I" #5
"MY I" #6
June 4, 2017 [27]
Wanna One "Boomerang" #1
"I Promise You (I.P.U.)" #4
"Gold"#7
"I'll Remember" #8
"Day by Day" #9
"I Promise You (Propose Ver.)" #10
April 7, 2018 [28]
IU "Lilac" #1
"Celebrity" #3
"Coin" #5
"Hi Spring Bye" #8
"Hold My Hand" #9
"Flu" #10
April 24, 2021 [29]

Achievement by songsEdit

Number-one debutsEdit

Song Artist Date Ref.
(2011–2014)
"Era of Love" Lee Seung-gi October 29, 2011 [30]
"The Boys" Girls' Generation November 5, 2011 [31]
"I Miss You" Noel November 12, 2011 [32]
"Blue" Big Bang March 10, 2012 [33]
"Cherry Blossom Ending" Busker Busker April 14, 2012 [34]
"Alone" Sistar April 28, 2012 [35]
"Every End of the Day" IU May 26, 2012 [36]
"If You Really Love Me" Busker Busker July 7, 2012 [37]
"Loving U" Sistar July 14, 2012 [38]
"I Love You" 2NE1 July 21, 2012 [39]
"Memory of the Wind" Naul October 6, 2012 [40]
"Return" Lee Seung-gi December 8, 2012 [41]
"Gone Not Around Any Longer" Sistar19 February 16, 2013 [42]
"Snow Flower" Gummy March 16, 2013 [43]
"And One" Taeyeon March 30, 2013 [44]
"Rose" Lee Hi April 13, 2013 [45]
"Love Blossom" K.Will April 20, 2013 [46]
"Gentleman" Psy April 27, 2013 [47]
"Will You Be Alright?" BEAST June 15, 2013 [48]
"Missing You Today" Davichi July 20, 2013 [49]
"Crazy of You" Hyolyn September 7, 2013 [50]
"Touch Love" Yoon Mi-rae September 14, 2013 [51]
"Love, At First" Busker Busker October 12, 2013 [52]
"Break Up Dinner" San E feat Sanchez of Phantom December 7, 2013 [53]
"One Way Love" Hyolyn December 14, 2013 [54]
"Winter Confession" Sung Si-kyung December 28, 2013 [55]
"Friday" IU January 4, 2014 [56]
"Wind That Blows" MC The Max January 18, 2014 [57]
"Like a Star" K.Will January 25, 2014 [58]
"Some Occasional Showers" Gary featuring Crush February 1, 2014 [59]
"Goodbye" Hyolyn February 8, 2014 [60]
"During That Meet Your" Lee Sun-hee April 12, 2014 [61]
"Umbrella"[b] Younha July 9, 2014 [62]
"Break Up To Make Up"[b] Huh Gak and Jeong Eun-ji July 16, 2014 [63]
(2017–2021)
"Heart Shaker"[c] Twice December 24, 2017 [65]
"Universe" Exo January 6, 2018 [66]
"Sound of Winter" Park Hyo-shin January 13, 2018 [67]
"Boomerang" Wanna One April 7, 2018 [68]
"What Is Love?" Twice April 28, 2018 [69]
"Dance the Night Away" Twice July 21, 2018 [70]
"Soulmate" Zico featuring IU August 11, 2018 [71]
"Power Up" Red Velvet August 18, 2018 [72]
"Idol" BTS September 1, 2018 [12]
"Lullaby" Got7 September 29, 2018 [73]
"Tempo" Exo November 10, 2018 [74]
"Solo" Jennie November 24, 2018 [75]
"Spring Breeze" Wanna One December 1, 2018 [15]
"Love Shot" Exo December 22, 2018 [76]
"Home" Seventeen February 2, 2019 [77]
"Lovedrunk" Epik High featuring IU March 23, 2019 [78]
"Four Seasons" Taeyeon April 6, 2019 [79]
"Boy with Luv" BTS featuring Halsey April 20, 2019 [80]
"UN Village" Baekhyun July 13, 2019 [81]
"What a Life" Exo-SC July 27, 2019 [82]
"Umpah Umpah" Red Velvet August 24, 2019 [83]
"Feel Special" Twice September 28, 2019 [84]
"Any Song" Zico January 18, 2020 [85]
"Celebrity" IU February 6, 2021 [86]
"Lilac" April 10, 2021 [87]
"Butter" BTS June 5, 2021 [88]
"Foolish Love" M.O.M July 10, 2021 [89]
"Permission to Dance" BTS July 24, 2021 [90]

Songs with most weeks at number oneEdit

Rank Song Artist No. of weeks Year Ref.
1st "Dynamite" BTS 22 2020–2021 [91]
2nd "Boy with Luv" BTS featuring Halsey 7 2019 [92]
"Celebrity" IU 2021 [93]
3rd "Return" Lee Seung-gi 6 2012–2013 [94]
"Some" Soyou x Junggigo 2014 [95]
"Love Scenario" iKon 2018 [96]
"Any Song" Zico 2020 [97]
"Eight" IU featuring Suga [98]
"Rollin'" Brave Girls 2021 [99]
"Traffic Light" Lee Mu-jin [9]
4th "You & I" IU 5 2011–2012 [100]
"Gangnam Style" Psy 2012 [101]
"Beach Again" SSAK3 2020 [102]
"Butter" BTS 2021 [103]
5th "To Turn Back Hands of Time" Lyn 4 2012 [104]
"Alone" Sistar [105]
"Every End of the Day" IU [106]
"Gone Not Around Any Longer" Sistar19 2013 [107]
"How Can I Love the Heartbreak, You're the One I Love" AKMU 2019 [108]
"Start" Gaho 2020 [109]
"How You Like That" Blackpink [110]
"Lilac" IU 2021 [111]
"Nakka" AKMU and IU [112]

Songs with most weeks in Top 10 (2011–2014)Edit

Rank Song Artist No. of weeks Year
1st "Gangnam Style" Psy 14 2012
2nd "Some" Soyou x Junggigo 13 2014
3rd "Loving U" Sistar 10 2012
"Return" Lee Seung-gi 2012–2013
4th "I Miss You" Noel 9 2011–2012
"Cry Cry" T-ara
"You & I" IU
"Trouble Maker" Trouble Maker
"Fantastic Baby" Big Bang 2012
"Officially Missing You, Too" Geeks and Soyou 2012–2013
"My Love" Lee Seung-chul 2013
5th "Don't Say Goodbye" Ulala Session 8 2011
"Be My Baby" Wonder Girls 2011–2012
"To Turn Back Hands of Time" Lyn 2012
"Alone" Sistar
"My Love" Lee Jong-hyun
"Turtle" Davichi 2013
"What's Your Name?" 4Minute
"Touch Love" Yoon Mi-rae

Year-end chartsEdit

Rank Song Artist
2012
1st "Gangnam Style" Psy
2nd "To Turn Back Hands of Time" Lyn
3rd "Loving U" Sistar
4th "Lovey-Dovey" T-ara
5th "Alone" Sistar
6th "My Love" Lee Jong-hyun
7th "Cherry Blossom Ending" Busker Busker
8th "All for You" Seo In-guk and
Jung Eun-ji
9th "Fantastic Baby" Big Bang
10th "I Love You" 2NE1
2013
1st "Gone Not Around Any Longer" Sistar19
2nd "Bounce" Cho Yong Pil
3rd "My Love" Lee Seung Chul
4th "Shower Of Tears" Baechigi featuring Ailee
5th "Turtle" Davichi
6th "What's Your Name?" 4minute
7th "Bom Bom Bom" Roy Kim
8th "Give It To Me" Sistar
9th "Bar Bar Bar" Crayon Pop
10th "Monodrama" Huh Gak with Yoo Seung-woo

Source:[113][114]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b Songs are listed oldest to newest.
  2. ^ a b The final recorded chart update published by US Billboard was the issue dated June 21, 2014.[5] Billboard Korea published two more chart issues after that date, and was then discontinued. The final two song entries listed for 2014 are the number-one debuts per those issues.
  3. ^ Billboard resumed the K-pop 100 in 2017 with the issue dated December 30, but marked all 100 songs on the ranking as "New",[64] likely to indicate the chart's restart, rather than 100 debuts, since many of the songs listed were released and charting prior to that date. To avoid any possible confusion for readers, the Billboard Korea chart issue is used for "Heart Shaker"'s debut instead.

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