IU #1 on Billboard's K-pop Chart for 4 Consecutive Weeks
By Jenny Yu | June 14, 2012 06:04 PM EDT
Singer IU has been #1 on the Billboard's K-pop chart for 4 weeks in a row.
According to the Billboard's K-pop chart on June 14, IU's song ‘Every End of the Day’ has topped the weekly chart. This is the title song to the single album ‘Spring of a Twenty Year Old’ which was released on May 11.
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‘Every End of the Day’ is a lively, up tempo disco song that reminiscence old pop. It is about a girl who wishes the boy to approach her after he finds out about her feelings.
Correction: June 15, 2012
An article on Thursday misstated that IU have topped the Billboard's K-pop weekly chart for 5 weeks. It was actually 4 weeks not 5 weeks.
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