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Weekly K-Pop Music Chart 2010 – June Week 2

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It’s Kpopping time! ^^ Check out the latest chart of K-Pop Music for June Week 2 (credit : soompi)

1. (+9) CNBlue – Love *** 1 WEEK NO. 1 ***
Score: 933
Genre: Rock
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Music: SEIKOZI / Lyrics: Han Sung Ho
Album: CNBlue 2nd mini-album “Blue Love” Track 1
Comment: It just takes three weeks for 2010’s top rookie band CNBLUE to score their second No. 1 hit with “Love”, moving up nine big spots from No. 10 all the way to the top. CNBlue who had hyped up the music scene with their single, “Loner” earlier this year has returned with their second mini album. Their songs are upgraded alternative rock based ballads with a hint of rap, showcasing their full potential as a band.

2. (+2) Wonder Girls – 2 Different Tears
Score: 872
Genre: Pop / Dance
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Music + Lyrics: Park Jin Young
Album: Wonder Girls single “2 Different Tears” Track 1
Comment: Despite their very brief promotion, Wonder Girls found themselves in No. 2 with “2 Different Tears”. This song once again has a retro theme. The group has had much success since their debut with hits including, “Tell Me,” “So Hot,” and “Nobody” and have even debuted in the United States while performing as the opening act for the Jonas Brothers Tour last year. Their new album includes three versions of the title track, “2 Different Tears” as well as the English versions of their past hit songs. The title track is about the sad and happy feelings one has for their lover after breakup. The exciting 80s retro sounds and rhythm will capture listeners’ ears right away. This month, Wonder Girls will be doing their American concert tour. We wish them all the success.

3. (–) Davichi – 시간아 멈춰라 (Time, Stop)
Score: 829
Genre: Pop / Dance
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Music: Kim Do Hoon, Bang Shi Hyuk / Lyrics: Bang Shi Hyuk
Album: Davichi mini-album “Innocence” Track 1
Comment: Davichi is back with their latest mini-album “Innocence”. The title track “Time, Stop” is written by Hitman Bang Shi Hyuk, who has written many hit songs recently. Like their last hit song “8282”, “Time, Stop” also starts with a ballad like melody and then make a 180 degree turn on the chorus part to become an up-tempo song. This week it remains No. 3. Continue reading “Weekly K-Pop Music Chart 2010 – June Week 2”

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Weekly Kpop Chart : June Week 1

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Long time no see and talk about Kpop! Let’s start with this week Kpop Chart from soompi

1. (+3) Seo In Kook – 사랑해U (Love U) *** 1 WEEK NO. 1 ***
Score: 803
Genre: Pop / Dance

Music: Hwang Se Joon, Kim Do Hoon / Lyrics: Wheesung
Album: Seo In Kook mini-album “Just Beginning” Track 2
Comment: Superstar K winner Seo In Kook moves up three spots to become our surprised No. 1 song in the first week of June with “Love U”, from his first mini-album “Just Beginning”. “Love U” is a song which music lovers were able to see teasers of prior to the album’s release. The music video stars actress Kim Min Jung. “Love U” is different from his debut song “Calling You” as it is a medium tempo dance track that is well suited for the summer season. With this song’s solid scores across all categories, it becomes Seo In Kook’s first No. 1 song. Congratulations!

2. (–) Hot Potato – 고백 (Confession)
Score: 794
Genre: Rock Ballad

Music: Hot Potato / Lyrics: Kim C
Album: Hot Potato “Seesaw OST” Track 3
Comment: The title track of Hot Potato’s 5th full length album, ‘Seesaw.’ This song has a great combination of upbeat shuffle rhythm and string instructions. The lyrics are about feeling happy and nervous before making a confession of love. Completely different from Hot Potato’s usual progressive music, you will find ‘Confession’ quite lovely. (credits to Arirang TV – Pops In Seoul)

3. (+2) Davichi – 시간아 멈춰라 (Time, Stop)
Score: 779
Genre: Pop / Dance

Music: Kim Do Hoon, Bang Shi Hyuk / Lyrics: Bang Shi Hyuk
Album: Davichi mini-album “Innocence” Track 1
Comment: Davichi is back with their latest mini-album “Innocence”. The title track “Time, Stop” is written by Hitman Bang Shi Hyuk, who has written many hit songs recently. Like their last hit song “8282”, “Time, Stop” also starts with a ballad like melody and then make a 180 degree turn on the chrous part to become an up-tempo song. This week it moves up another two spots to No. 3. Continue reading “Weekly Kpop Chart : June Week 1”

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Kpop Chart Weekly : February Week 3

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(source : soompi)

1. (+2) SNSD – Oh! *** 1 WEEK NO. 1 ***
Score: 960
Genre: Pop / Dance

Music: Kenzie / Lyrics: Kim Jung Bae, Kim Young Hoo
Album: SNSD Vol. 2 Track 1
Comment: To no surprise, SNSD’s “Oh!” climbed two more spots to No. 1, as it has been on almost every major charts in Korea. However, the margin is much smaller than expected as SNSD just edged out 2AM by six points. After a very successful 2009 seeing them become one of k-pop’s premier girl groups, SNSD is back with their 2nd full length album “Oh!”. The title track which is the same as the album title is composed by Kenzie. It is of the electronic pop genre and is about confessing to a crush in a cute and honest way.

2. (–) 2AM – 죽어도 못 보내 (Can’t Send You Even If I Die)
Score: 954
Genre: Pop Ballad

Music + Lyrics: Bang Shi Hyuk
Album: 2AM mini-album “Can’t Send You Even If I Die” Track 2
Comment: If it is not due to such a strong opponent in SNSD, 2AM would have scored their first No. 1 song on our chart. Instead, they stay at No. 2 with “Can’t Send You Even If I Die”, a song produced by hitmaker “Hitman” Bang Shi Hyuk. Through their new mini-album, 2AM will be able to show hybrid genres with trendy sounds and danceable beats, a 200% upgrade from their last. To fit the global trends in music, electronica sounds can also be heard. We are able to see that 2AM are also capable of dance numbers. The title track which is the same as the mini-album title, is still the vintage power ballad we are known of 2AM.

3. (-2) CNBlue – 외톨이야 (Loner)
Score: 939
Genre: Rock
Music: Kim Do Hoon, Lee Sang Ho / Lyrics: Han Sung Ho, Amen
Album: CNBlue 1st mini-album “Bluetory” Track 1
Comment: After three weeks on top, CNBlue dropped to No. 3 with their debut song “Loner”. Having debuted in Japan as an indie artist, and also front man Jung Yong Hwa starred in the popular SBS drama “You Are Beautiful” last year, CNBlue is returning home to Korea to release their first mini-album. “Loner” was composed by Kim Do Hoon and Lee Sang Ho. It has addictive beats and a strong melody. One can say that this is a song only CNBLUE can express. Despite plagiarism accusation swirling around this song, it doesn’t affect its popularity. Continue reading “Kpop Chart Weekly : February Week 3”