After a less than exciting month in K-pop, this week's chart is absolutely bursting with new hits.

YG Entertainment's Akdong Musician are at the top of the pile, debuting at No. 1 with "Time and Fallen Leaves." The calculated seasonal ballad is the fourth chart-topper of the duo's short career.

Gaeko's "No Makeup" with Zion.T and HA:TFELT follows at No. 2, while Girl's Day's special ballad single, "I Miss You" enters at No. 4.

Rounding out the top five is boy band VIXX with "Error," which becomes their highest-charting single to date.

Seo Taiji's "Christmalo.win" debuts at No. 7, while his IU collaboration, "Sogyeokdong," is down to No. 11.

SECRET's Ji Eun arrives at No. 15 with her sassy new single "Pretty Age 25." Although she missed out on the top ten, the song has outperformed her last single, "Don't Look At Me Like That," which only reached No. 27.

Further down, SM Entertainment's new girl group Red Velvet debut at a so-so No. 33 with their new single, "Be Natural." It's a big drop from their first single, "Happiness," which hit No. 5 in August.

However, Red Velvet's performance is nowhere near as poor as Crayon Pop's new sub-unit Strawberry Milk, who debut at No. 93 with their J-pop-influenced single, "OK."

Check out this week's new K-pop singles below.

No. 1. Akdong Musician - Time and Fallen Leaves

No. 2. Gaeko - No Makeup featuring Zion.T and HA:TFELT

No. 4. Girl's Day - I Miss You

No. 5. VIXX - Error

No. 7. Seo Taiji - Christmalo.win

No. 15. Ji Eun - Pretty Age 25

No. 33. Red Velvet - Be Natural

No. 93. Strawberry Milk - OK

As expected, Taeyang has totally taken over the charts with his second solo album, Rise. Lead single 'Eyes, Nose, Lips' takes the top spot this week, giving the BIGBANG star the sixth solo No. 1 of his career. Further down, "Stay With Me" featuring G-Dragon debuts at No. 7, while the majority of the album's other tracks debuted somewhere in the top 25.

The other big new entry of the week goes to Davichi, whose new Brave Brothers' ballad "Again" arrives at No. 5. Unfortunately, by Davichi standards, No. 5 isn't all that great -- in fact, it's the vocal duo's lowest-position for a single since 2010's "Separating Twice."

Elsewhere, R&B singer Crush debuts at No. 16 with the Gaeko-assisted "Hug Me," while VIXX's "Eternity" slips ten spots to No. 17. One spot lower is SECRET's Hyosung, who remains in the top twenty for another week with "Good-night Kiss."

B.A.P's new digital single "Where Are You? What Are You Doing?" comes in at No. 27, while struggling boy band ZE:A continue to flop as their comeback single "Breathe" limps in at No. 34.

G.NA and T-ara's Jiyeon continue to struggle with their latest singles, with Jiyeon's "1min1sec" falling to No. 39, followed by G.NA's "Pretty Lingerie" at No. 46.

Speaking of struggling, 15&'s "Sugar" slips 36 spots to No. 53 in just its second week, cementing "Sugar" as a certified flop for the JYP vocal duo.

Check out this week's new K-pop hits below.

No. 1. Taeyang - Eyes, Nose, Lips

No. 5. Davichi - Again

No. 16. Crush - Hug Me

No. 27. B.A.P - Where Are You? What Are You Doing?

No. 34. ZE:A - Breathe

There's a new No. 1 song on the K-pop charts this week, with Gary (from hip-hop duo LeeSsang) and Jung In's new duet "Your Scent" sliding straight into the top spot. The song already achieved an all-kill on the real-time digital charts last week, which might have something to do with the fact that it's produced by hitmaker-of-the-moment Duble Sidekick.

Last week's No. 1, Fly To The Sky's "You You You," falls to second place, while IU remains strong with "My Old Story" at No. 3 and "The Meaning of You" at No. 4.

Ballad queen Baek Ji Young debuts at No. 5 with "Still In Love," which is actually one of the weaker chart positions she's held in recent years.

Meanwhile, boy band VIXX debuts at No. 7 with "Eternity," making it the second top ten hit of their career thus far. The group's previous best was last year's "Voodoo Doll," which also peaked at No. 7.

One spot lower at No. 8 is INFINITE with "Last Romeo," while Yuna Kim's "Without You Now" rockets 32 spots to No. 9.

For girl group soloists, SECRET's Hyosung continues to do well with "Good-night Kiss," which actually climbs one spot this week to No. 13. Unfortunately, the same can't be said for T-ara's Jiyeon, who drops 10 spots to No. 27 with the moody "1min1sec."

Last but not least, JYP vocal duo 15& debuts at No. 17 with their sassy new single "Sugar," which by their standards is actually quite poor. It's the first time that they've missed the top ten, and with the song already down to No. 70 on the Melon real-time chart, there's little to no chance of it improving next week.

Check out this week's key K-pop hits below.

No. 1. Gary & Jung In - Your Scent

No. 5. Baek Ji Young - Still In Love

No. 7. VIXX - Eternity

No. 13. Hyosung - Good-night Kiss

No. 17. 15& - Sugar

As expected, Hyorin's solo single, "One Way Love," has taken the top spot on the Gaon chart in its first week out. The SISTAR superstar dethrones last week's chart-topper, 2NE1's "Missing You," which slips one spot to No. 2. The point difference between the two songs is minimal, proving that 2NE1 are actually showing some real staying power with "Missing You" -- something that their last two singles didn't do.

Anyway, with "One Way Love" topping the charts, SISTAR's total career No. 1s now stands at seven: four as a group, two as soloists, and one as the SISTAR19 subunit.

San E's "Break Up Dinner" climbs two spots to No. 3, while Hyorin's other solo single, "Lonely," debuts at No. 4.

In even better news, VIXX's "Voodoo Doll" enters the charts at No. 7 to become the group's first top ten hit and highest-charting single of their career. Their previous best was "G.R.8.U.," which reached No. 14 back in October. The boys also debut at No. 1 on the album chart with their first full-length album, Voodoo, solidifying their status as one of K-pop's hottest rising stars right now.

A few spots down, Younha's "It's Okay" arrives at No. 9, while miss A's "Hush" slips to No. 11 after two weeks in the top ten.

2AM's new single, "Regret," debuts at No. 18, making it their lowest-charting lead single by a fairly large margin, while Crayon Pop's "Lonely Christmas" enters at No. 35 to become the group's third top forty entry after "Bar Bar Bar" and "Dancing Queen 2.0".

Check out this week's key K-pop hits, below!

No. 1. Hyorin - One Way Love

No. 4. Hyorin - Lonely

No. 7. VIXX - Voodoo Doll

No. 18. 2AM - Regret

No. 35. Crayon Pop - Lonely Christmas

Just as we predicted last week, IU has completely taken over the charts with her stunning comeback album, Modern Times. The K-pop princess fills seven spots in the top 10 this week, beginning with her lead single, "The Red Shoes," at No. 1. Her Ga-In duet, "Everybody Has Secrets," is No. 2, followed by "Love of B" with Bak Ju-won at No. 3, "Between The Lips" at No. 4, "A Gloomy Clock" featuring SHINee's Jongyun at No. 6, "Modern Times" at No. 7, and "Bad Day" at No. 6. The remaining Modern Times tracks all debuted within the top 20.

I guess this officially confirms that IU has well & truly reclaimed her crown following her scandal, right?

Elsewhere on the chart, Superstar K4 contestant, Jung Joon-young, debuts at No. 4 with his new single, "The Sense of Ending," while last week's No. 1, Busker Busker's "First Love," falls to No. 8 due to IU's domination. 

"Love Me," the latest single from Seo In Young, rockets nine spots to No. 10 in its second week. It's a shame that the popular K-diva had to make her return at the same time as IU, because if she'd just timed things a bit better, she could've possibly scored the highest-charting single of her solo career.

Meanwhile, the controversial T-ara arrive at No. 20 with their comeback single, "No. 9." Like Seo In Young, they'll probably climb higher in their second week, but they're also going to have to suffer the consequences of releasing new music at the same time as IU. It probably would've been better for the group if they'd just waited a week or two before returning so that they could've landed a higher-charting song and proved their naysayers wrong. They're still doing very well, though, all things considered, and even have another track, "I Know The Feeling," at No. 41 this week.

While we're on the subject of people who should've timed their comebacks better, former After School star, Kahi, enters the charts at No. 45 with her second solo single, "It's Me." Unfortunately, unlike Seo In Young and T-ara, "It's Me" isn't showing any longevity on the digital charts whatsoever, and probably won't climb any higher next week.

Other new debuts for the week include VIXX and OKDAL's "Girls, Why?" at No. 57, and 2EYES' "Shooting Star" at No. 90.

Check out this week's key K-pop hits, below!

No. 1. IU - The Red Shoes

No. 10. Seo In Young - Love Me feat. Gaeko

No. 20 T-ara - No. 9

No. 45. Kahi - It's Me feat. Dumbfoundead

No. 57. VIXX & OKDAL - Girls, Why?

Boy band, VIXX, got off to a sluggish start when they debuted with the supremely underrated "Super Hero" last year, but their luck's really turned around now. Their latest mini-album, Jekyll, has been a huge seller: It's shifted 106,000 copies to date, which is more than recent releases from Kim Hyun Joong, B1A4, and even B2ST sold. The group's two physical releases from 2012 --Super Hero and Rock Ur Body-- also sold more this year than they did last year, showing that sales are up across the board for VIXX.

Check out the band's commercial growth below with the official sales figures for all of their albums.

Title: Super Hero (1st single album)

Release date: May 24, 2012

Total sales: 9,761 copies

Title: Rock Ur Body (2nd single album)

Release date: August 14, 2012

Total sales: 14,012 copies

Title: On and On (3rd single album)

Release date: January 17, 2013

Total sales: 32,402 copies

Title: Hyde (1st mini-album)

Release date: May 20, 2013

Total sales: 51,113 copies

Title: Jekyll (repackaged album)

Release date: July 31, 2013

Total sales: 106,234 copies

Compare Jekyll's sales to B2ST's Hard To Love, How To Love album (93,050 copies), and it looks like VIXX has officially arrived.

[Via K-pop Sales]