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K-Pop Singers Top Oricon Rankings

2012/04/02 | 1018 views | Permalink | Source

Star K-Pop singers such as IU, Jang Geun-suk, and Yoon Hook of the group Novasonic released albums on March 21, and they all entered the top 10 of the Oricon rankings.

Jang Geun-suk and producer and artist Big Brother formed a dance unit group Team H and released a mini album entitled "Lounge H The First Impression" on March 21, and it has ranked in third place on the Oricon weekly chart by selling 30,000 copies for the first week of sales.

IU also released her Japanese debut single entitled "Good Day" on the same day and sold a total of 21,283 copies for the first week, ranking her at 6th place on the Oricon weekly chart. Her achievement was the first time among foreign female solo singers who released a debut single in Japan since the American female singer Leah Dizon entered the top 10 in February, 2007. And it was the first time for a Korean female solo singer to be in the top 10 during the first week of album release.

In addition, the leader of the male group Supernova, Jung Yoon-hak, who joined the army last year in October, released a solo single entitled "Again" on March 21, and it placed at 8th place on the Oricon chart in the category of single album by selling 18,000 copies.

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