(G)I-DLE tops the K-Pop radar chart – ‘TOMBOY’ M/V surpasses 40 million views

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The girl group (G)I-DLE, who came back from a long hiatus, rose to the top spot on the K-Pop Radar music video weekly chart with their new song ‘TOMBOY’.

(G)I-DLE’s ‘TOMBOY’ music video recorded 40.12 million views during the 12th week of the K-Pop Radar counting period (March 13, 2022 – March 19, 2022) and topped the weekly music video chart at the same time as the comeback. occupied

In fact, according to (G)I-DLE’s YouTube views by country analyzed by K-Pop Radar, 17.4% of Korea, 8.7% of India, 7.8% of Vietnam, 5.8% of Thailand, and 5.5% of Indonesia were confirmed.

Regarding this, K-Pop Radar said, “It is a girl group that has set an amazing record by capturing domestic and overseas fan bases at the same time.” More information about (G)I-DLE can be found on the application for K-Pop fandom.

Also, on this week’s K-Pop Radar music video chart, Brave Girls’ new song ‘Thank You’ ranked 2nd and global boy group Stray Kids’ new song ‘MANIAC’ ranked 3rd, showing the performances of the artists who made their comeback. The K-Pop Radar music video chart with detailed data can be found on the K-Pop Radar website.

Following the music video chart, ‘ which reveals artists who have recorded a large-scale fandom expansion

On the weekly fandom chart for the 12th week, Kim Se-Jeong, who is currently appearing in the drama ‘Meet the Guy’, surpassed the BTS members on the Instagram chart to take first place. In addition, NCT DREAM, which recently announced the release of a new song, has risen three locations in the Twitter chat and settled in 4th place with hot attention.

On the other hand, K-Pop Radar is a music startup that introduced “Blip, Duckmate in My Hand”, a fan platform receiving a hot response from the K-Pop fandom for the music industry. It is a service that was opened free of charge. Currently, it provides changes in the number of real-time music video views, YouTube subscribers, Twitter, Instagram followers, etc., of 676 domestic teams in the form of a website. It has created a topic by releasing the ‘K-Pop World Map’ every year. In 2020, it signed an official partnership agreement with Twitter and announced the 10-year growth graph and status of K-pop, and in 2021, it announced the 2021 K-pop world map with TikTok and held the first K-Pop conference.

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