Welcome to your essential K-pop News Digest for November 7, 2023. Dive into the latest melodies and moves from the Korean music scene.
From AKMU’s chart dominance to Park Bom’s anticipated return, and solo debuts setting the stage alight, here’s everything buzzing in K-Pop today.
AKMU’s Love Lee Continues Reign on Melon
AKMU’s musical genius shines as Love Lee holds the number-one spot on Melon for an impressive ninth consecutive week.
YG Entertainment announced that the track topped the Melon/Genie weekly chart from October 30 to November 5, 2023, maintaining its chart dominance since its September debut.
The song has achieved a ‘Perfect All Kill’ over 126 times and continues to lead the Circle Chart’s streaming section. With ‘Fry’s Dream’ also securing top chart positions, AKMU’s presence on the music charts is as robust as ever.
Park Bom’s Comeback Amidst Health Recovery
Park Bom is back in the spotlight, showcasing her radiant beauty and hinting at a new album. Despite previous health concerns and public attention on her weight fluctuations, Park Bom now presents a healthier image.
After debuting with 2NE1 in 2009 and delivering hits like Fire and I Don’t Care, fans eagerly await her solo album news, assured by her agency that her health is stable.
Soojin Teases Lady MV with Captivating Choreography
Soojin, formerly of (G)I-DLE, teases her return to the music scene with a choreography preview in her Lady MV teaser.
The title track of her debut EP, Lady is set for release on November 8 KST, marking her first solo venture since leaving (G)I-DLE in August 2021.
HyunA Joins AT AREA with Dazzling Performances
HyunA debuts her new association with AT AREA through a stunning performance video and new profile photos, showcasing a mature and captivating image.
Following her and her ex-boyfriend Dawn’s departure from P Nation, HyunA’s new beginnings at AT AREA are highly anticipated.
Rocky’s Solo Leap with ROCKYST
Rocky, formerly of ASTRO, is set to make his solo debut with the mini-album ROCKYST. Under OneFineDay Entertainment, Rocky’s self-involvement in his debut extends to planning, songwriting, producing, and choreography. Featuring six tracks that span pop, funk, and R&B, ROCKYST is scheduled for release on November 22 KST.
That wraps up our K-Pop News Digest for today. From enduring chart-toppers to exciting new beginnings, the K-Pop universe continues to expand with thrilling updates and musical milestones.
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