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FT Island and Wheesung rejoice atop Gaon charts

2010/09/09 | 326 views | Permalink | Source

FT Island's 2nd mini-album "beautiful journey" (left) and Korean R&B singer Wheesung (right) [FNC Music/POPUP Entertainment]

Korean rock band FT Island and R&B singer Wheesung claimed the No. 1 spot on the charts of Gaon during the first week of September.

The latest single "Love, love, love" by FT Island came in first place, shooting up seven slots from its previous week while knocking down former winner "They Live Well" by 2AM's Lee Changmin and 8eight's Lee Hyun-I to fifth place.

Entering the top three at No. 2 was the new song "U" by trio 4Men and making an incredible 17-slot jump to third place was "Even Thought of Marriage" by singer Wheesung.

Five-member band FT Island recently returned to the local music with their second mini-album "beautiful journey", featuring the title track "Love, love, love". They celebrated their first Mutizen Award in three years on SBS' Sunday music show "Inkigayo".

On the albums chart, Wheesung's newly released single "RealSlow is Back" maintained the top spot , while the soundtrack for hit TV series "You're Beautiful" made an enormous 132-spot climb to second place and dropping a notch to No. 3 was FT Island's album "beautiful journey".

Reporter : Lucia Hong luciahong@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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