SISTAR spends another week at No. 1 with their latest hit, "Give It To Me," while two other tracks from their new album spend a second week in the top ten: "The Way You Make Me Melt" falls 2-5, and "Bad Boy" slips 4-10. All three songs are still ranking high on digital charts, so expect them to stick around for a while longer.
Lim Kim, from Superstar K3 finalist group, Two Months, debuts at No. 2 with her debut solo single, "All Right." The sexy indie-pop songstress recently made headlines across Korea for wearing panties in a music video teaser clip, so it's no surprise to see her doing so well on the charts.
Dal Shabet's "Be Ambitious" arrives at No. 24, but there's a chance it could climb higher next week. The group's been receiving a lot of publicity for their suggestive leg dance choreography and "Be Ambitious" has been performing decently on the digital charts, so things are looking relatively good for them so far.
Last but not least is rookie girl group, Crayon Pop, whose new single, "Bar Bar (+Bar)," debuts at No. 143 -- which actually isn't THAT bad by their standards. The group made headlines earlier this week with a small scandal that saw them outed as members of a controversial online forum, and they seem to have kicked up their music promotions to cash in on the publicity, so hopefully "Bar Bar (+Bar)" makes a jump on next week's chart.
Check out this week's key K-pop hits, below!
No. 1. SISTAR - Give It To Me
No. 2. Lim Kim - All Right
No. 7. After School - First Love
No. 12. Baek A-yeon - A Good Boy
No. 16. Sunny Hill - Darling of all Hearts
No. 24. Dal Shabet - Be Ambitious