A sky high score surpassed the field in this week's OH! Chart. Despite having only three new nominees to compete with, the regulars fought hard to maintain their consistency.
'Big 3' idol groups took the ascendency over influential soloists in this week's OH! Chart. The winner claimed a mammonth win while others were fighting for respectful scores below them.
An established girl group cruised to victory in this week's OH!Chart. With the presence of seven idol groups, the field was dominated by the top groups of the current K-Pop landscape.
A fresh nominee leapfrogged a handful of former winners in this week's OH! Chart. Small margins ensured that consistent performers crumble away from their comfort zones. It was yet another tight contest for bragging rights.
Powerhouse girl groups stamped their authority in the OH! Chart this week. However, can the four nominated soloists come to spoil the party?
A consistent OH!Chart performer made a breakthrough while idol groups also rose to the occasion. With only two debutants, can the regulars get the upper hand?
Underdog debutants triumphed over regulars at the business end of the OH! Chart this week. It was hotly contested competition for the trophy with less than two points separating the top performers. Which debutant pulled the biggest surprise?
Powerful fandoms from some of K-Pop's hottest idol groups showed their strength in week six of OH! Chart. However, established soloists put up a brave fight yet again. Reputation is on the line for the nominees this week.
How the OH! Chart system works:
The chart is divided into three different categories:
Gaon's Quarter 1 report came out not too long ago. The results show that TWICE and Red Velvet are leading the pack for girl groups, appearing in the top ten for both digitals and physicals. Hot trend BTS also showed great improvement in the digital department, while topping the physical
Indie groups are an interesting phenomenon in that they can go from complete unknowns to massive hits in a matter of a few good, publicized songs. This year's breakout indie group in South Korea is the female duo Bolbbalgan4, known alternatively as Red Cheeked Puberty. The group consists of vocalist Ahn Jiyoung