A hip-hop group could not be stopped in achieving their first triple crown. With only the podium-getters recorded double figures in the final results, fellow nominees were chasing after respectable scores.
This week's OH!Chart results were quite an even spread throughout the nominees. Idol groups and soloists battled it out for podium spots, but there was one stand-out winner.
The return of the OH!Chart in 2018 on the back of last week's awards event resulted in idol groups dominating the field. Fresh faces were left chasing for points.
This year in K-Pop has been a rollercoaster. Between amazing comebacks and a devastating death; it's been hard to pull together how to feel. So, to brighten myself up, I decided to pull together some of my favourite songs of the year. I will add, I'm not a music expert
Sunmi, Jo Kwon and Wooyoung. Ten years ago, this trio were raw, young and budding idols finding their feet in a tough industry. They debuted in JYP Entertainment’s next crop of artists - Wonder Girls, 2AM and 2PM, following the legendary g.o.d and Park Ji Yoon. Fast-forward to 2018 and
Hello everyone! It's the most wonderful time of the year! First of all, I want to wish everyone a happy holiday! Since it's Christmas day, there will be Christmas music all around! For sure, the streets will be playing all sorts of Christmas songs. One of the most well-known seasonal songs is
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.