Jeon Somi topped the K-Pop Radar Chart.

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K-Pop Radar Weekly Chart Announced! Jeon Somi 1st place Golden Child, Astro, Sunmi, Weekly TOP10 entry

At the same time as Jeon Somi’s release, she topped the K-Pop Radar Weekly Chart, announcing a splendid comeback.

Jeon Somi’s third digital single ‘DUMB DUMB’ music video recorded 31.85 million views during the 32nd week of K-Pop Radar.

In particular, Jeon So-mi’s new song ‘DUMB DUMB’ music video surpassed 10 million views within 24 hours of its release, establishing a first place on the weekly K-pop radar early on. This week’s 32nd week is even more meaningful because the top idol’s new song rush continues.

In response, K-Pop Radar said, “Considering that it took 50 hours for the previous work ‘What You Waiting For’ to reach 10 million views, the breakthrough speed is more than doubled.” We have achieved a record of exceeding 10 million views.”

He added, “It seems that the influence of the ‘TikTok Challenge’ has played a role in this self-record breaking,” he said.

According to K-Pop Radar, in the 24 hours after the release of ‘DUMB DUMB,’ there were approximately 28,000 videos produced with the sound source of ‘DUMB DUMB’ on TikTok, and the total number of views of #dumbdumbchallenge exceeded 68.4 million views.

In addition, a total of 5 songs were newly ranked in the top 10 weekly K-pop radar for the 32nd week. Golden Child’s ‘Ra Pam Pam’ came in second with 24.03 million views, and ASTRO’s ‘After Midnight’ came in third with 24 million views.

Next, Sunmi’s ‘You can’t sit with us’ and Weekly’s ‘Holiday Party’ recorded 11.64 million views and 9.28 million views, respectively, entering 7th and 8th places side by side.

In addition, BTS’ ‘Permission to Dance’ (19.44 million views), Dream Catcher’s ‘BEcause’ (13.16 million views), BTS’ ‘Butter’ (12.67 million views), BTS ‘Dynamite’ (8.7 million views), and Psy’s ‘Gangnam Style’ (7.5 million views) also made the top 10.

On the other hand, K-Pop Radar is a fandom data professional service opened by music startup Space Audi to help you understand fandom data at a glance as K-pop multiplies.

​Currently, the amount of changes in music video views, YouTube subscribers, Twitter, Instagram, Spotify followers, and fan cafe members of 640 Korean artist teams is provided through a web service in the form of graphs and charts.

​Recently, it signed an official partnership agreement with Twitter and released the ‘2020 #KpopTwitter World Map’, which drew attention. are getting

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