The return of a former triple OH!Chart crown winner led to a landslide victory. This resulted in the mid-table nominees battling for the podium spots.
A legendary K-pop trio blitzed the field with four nominated songs on debut. Chart regulars were left chasing behind to post respectable results.
From male groups to soloists, the OH! Chart was controlled by the key players of the K-pop scene. With just three nominees recording over 10 points in their overall results, it was a very entertaining ride the finish line.
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Three debutants pushed their way up the OH!Chart pecking order over established regulars. The pressure was on to claim a spot on the podium this week.
OH!Chart's revamped system has resulted in a tougher fight for the top spot. With six new nominees, chart regulars are facing an uphill battle to record respectable scores.
A world-class idol group could not be stopped from romping towards a landslide victory on debut. Mid-table nominees were competing for consolation prizes and the results came down to the wire.
A leading boy group could not be stopped from recording a landslide victory. However, an OH!Chart record of 10 soloists starred in this week's battle for podium spots.
A dominant display from a former winner led the OH! Chart results this week. Meanwhile, regulars maintained their consistency in attempting to fill up the higher spots on the chart.
Soloists and rappers stole the show while the representation of idol groups dropped off. With six debutants this week, there was plenty to play for in this week's OH! Chart.