20+ K-Pop Groups Who Have Spent The Most Weeks At #1 On The Melon Weekly Chart

The list impressively spans all four generations of K-Pop.

These 28 groups hold the most non-consecutive weeks their songs were #1 on the Melon weekly charts. The list spans four generations of K-Pop and holds some of K-Pop’s most memorable songs.

28. aespa

(From left to right) aespa’s Giselle, Karina, Winter, and NingNing | @aespa_official/Twitter

aespa‘s had two #1 hits on the Melon music charts, their song “Next Level” was #1 for one week, and their single “Savage” was as well.

Total: 2 weeks

27. N.Flying

(From left to right) N.Flying’s Dongsung, Jaehyun, Seunghyub, Hweseung, and Hun

N.Flying‘s song “Rooftop” took the #1 spot on the Melon music chart for two weeks.

Total: 2 weeks

26. EXID

(From left to right) EXID’s Jeonghwa, Hyerin, Solji, LE, and Hani | @exidofficial/Instagram

EXID held the #1 spot on the Melon music chart with their hit song “Up&Down” for two weeks.

Total: 2 weeks

25. Supernova

(From left to right) Supernova’s Kwangsoo, Yoonhak, Sungje, Geonil, and Jihyuk

Supernova‘s song “TTL” earned them the #1 spot on the Melon music chart for two weeks as well.

Total: 2 weeks

24. Girl’s Day

(From left to right) Girl’s Day’s Sojin, Minah, Hyeri, and Yura | Kpopping

Girl’s Day‘s song “Something” was also a #1 song for two weeks.

Total: 2 weeks

23. 4MINUTE

4MINUTE | Playlistology/WordPress

4MINUTE earned a #1 spot for “What’s Your Name?,” the song stayed at the top of the charts for two weeks.

Total: 2 weeks

22. 2PM

(From left to right) 2PM’s Junho, Wooyoung, Jun.K, Taecyeon, Chansung, and Nichkhun | @real_2pmstagram

2PM‘s song “Heartbeat” topped the charts for two weeks, while their song “Again & Again” was in the #1 spot for one week.

Total: 3 weeks

21. (G)I-DLE

(From left to right) (G)I-DLE’s Shuhua, Yuqi, Minnie, Miyeon, and Soyeon | @official_g_i_dle/Instagram

(G)I-DLE‘s recent song “TOMBOY” was #1 for four weeks.

Total: 4 weeks

20. f(x)

(From left to right) f(x)’s Victoria, Krystal, Luna, and Amber | Kpop Wiki

f(x) was in the #1 spot for four of their songs. “Pinnochio,” “Hot Summer,” “Electric Shock,” and “Rum Pum Pum Pum” were in the top spot for one week each.

Total: 4 weeks

19. GFRIEND

(From left to right) GFRIEND’s Umji, Eunha, Yuju, SinB, Yerin, and Sowon

GFRIEND‘s popular song “Rough” was in the #1 spot for four weeks.

Total: 4 weeks

18. Secret

(From left to right) Secret’s Jieun, Hyosung, Sunhwa, and Hana | topofthekpops/WordPress

Secret‘s songs “Shy Boy” and “Starlight Moonlight” were both in the #1 spot for one week. Secret’s Jieun‘s song “Going Crazy” was at the top of the chart for two weeks.

Total: 4 weeks

17. IVE

(From left to right) IVE’s Liz, Rei, Wonyoung, Yujin, Gaeul, and Leeseo during “ELEVEN” promotions | @ivestarship/Instagram

Rookie idol group IVE has an impressive five weeks in the #1 spot for their song “Love Dive.”

Total: 5 weeks

16. g.o.d

g.o.d’s Hoyoung, Kyesang, Joon Park, Danny, and Taewoo

Legendary first-generation idol group g.o.d were in the top spot for three weeks with their song “An Ordinary” and two weeks with “The Ugly Duckling.”

Total: 5 weeks

15. After School

(From left to right) After School’s Kaeun, Raina, Jooyeon, Nana, Jungah, UEE, Lizzy, and E-Young | Kpopping

After School claimed the top spot with their breakout hit “Because of You,” which sat at #1 for four weeks. Their song “Bang!” was in the #1 spot for one week.

Total: 5 weeks

14. 2AM

(From left to right) 2AM’s Jinwoon, Jokwon, Changmin, and Seulong | @voice_2am/Instagram

2AM held the #1 spot for two weeks with their songs “Can’t Let You Go Even If I Die” and “I Wonder If You Hurt Like Me.” They also earned the #1 spot with their song “You Wouldn’t Answer My Calls.”

Total: 6 weeks

13. iKON

(From left to right) iKON’s Bobby, JUNE, DK, Jay, Chan, and Song

iKON‘s hit song “Love Scenario” topped the charts for six weeks, and their song “My Type” took the top spot for one week.

Total: 7 weeks

12. T-ARA

(From left to right) T-ARA’s Eunjung, Qri, Jiyeon, and Hyomin | @jiyeon2__/Instagram

T-ARA held the top spot for their song “Because of You” for three weeks, “TTL” for two weeks, and “Lovey-Dovey” for two weeks.

Total: 7 weeks

11. Brave Girls

(From left to right) Brave Girls’ Yujeong, Yuna, Minyoung, and Eunji | @bravegirls.official/Instagram

Brave Girls‘ song “Rollin” was released in 2017 with limited success but went viral in 2021, reviving the song, which was in the #1 spot for eight weeks.

Total: 8 weeks

10. Brown Eyed Girls

(From left to right) Brown Eyed Girls’ Miryo, Gain, Narsha, and Jea | @browneyedgirls_official/Instagram

Brown Eyed Girls‘ earned the #1 spot for their song “Love” for four weeks, “Abracadabra” for three weeks, and “Sixth Sense” for one week.

Total: 8 weeks

9. Miss A

(From left to right) Miss A’s Jia, Fei, Suzy, and Min | KProfiles

Miss A‘s debut song “Bad Girl Good Girl” hit the top of the charts, where it earned the #1 spot for four weeks. Their song “Only You” was #1 for two weeks, and songs “Touch” and ” Goodbye Baby” were #1 for one week.

Total: 8 weeks

8. BLACKPINK

BLACKPINK’s Jisoo, Rosé, Lisa, and Jennie | @BLACKPINK/Twitter

BLACKPINK held the #1 spot with “Ddu Du Ddu Du” for four weeks, “How You Like That” for three weeks, and “Whistle” for two weeks.

Total: 9 weeks

7. Girls’ Generation

(From left to right) Girls’ Generation’s Seohyun, Yoona, Sunny, Taeyeon, Hyoyeon, Tiffany, Sooyoung, and Yuri | @GirlsGeneration/Twitter

Second-generation girl group Girls’ Generation held the #1 spot for eight weeks with “Gee,” two weeks with”Oh!,” and one week with “Genie,” “Run Devil Run,” “Hoot,” “The Boys,” and “I Got A Boy.”

Total: 15 weeks

6. TWICE

(From left to right) TWICE’s Mina, Jihyo, Sana, Tzuyu, Jeongyeon, Dahyun, Nayeon, Momo, Chaeyoung | @JYPETWICE/Twitter

TWICE has held the #1 spot with “TT” and “Cheer Up” for four weeks, “Signal” and “Knock Knock” for three weeks, and “What Is Love?,” “Heart Shaker,” and “Yes or Yes” for one week.

Total: 17 weeks

5. BTS

(From left to right) BTS’s Jungkook, Jin, RM, Suga, Jimin, V, Jimin | @bts_bighit/Twitter

BTS‘s English single “Dynamite” amazingly held the #1 spot for 11 weeks. Their second English single, “Butter” was at the top of the chart for four weeks, and “Boy With Luv” and “Fake Love” held the top spot for one week.

Total: 17 weeks

4. SISTAR

(From left to right) SISTAR’s Soyou, Bora, Hyolyn, and Dasom | @xhyolynx/Instagram

SISTAR‘s sub-group, SISTAR19, held the #1 spot for “Gone Not Around Any Longer” for four weeks. SISTAR’s songs “Alone,” “Give It To Me,” “Shake It,” and “Touch My Body” were in the top spot for three weeks, while “Loving U” and “How Dare You” held the #1 spot for one week.

Total: 18 weeks

3. 2NE1

(From left to right) 2NE1’s Dara, CL, Park Bom, and Minzy | @daraxxi/Instagram

2NE1‘s song “Lollipop” charted at #1 for five weeks. “I Don’t Care” and their debut song “Fire” were #1 for four weeks, “Go Away,” Lonely,” and “UGLY” were #1 for two weeks, and “I Love You,” “Missing You,” “I Am The Best,” and “Can’t Nobody” were each #1 for one week.

Total: 23 weeks

2. Wonder Girls

(From left to right) Wonder Girls’ Hyerim, Sunmi, Yeeun, and Yubin

The Wonder Girls‘ song “Tell Me” was in the #1 spot for seven weeks, “So Hot” was #1 for six weeks, “Nobody” was #1 for five weeks,  “Be My Baby,” “2 Different Tears,” and “Why So Lonely” were in the top spot for three weeks, and “Like This” and “I Feel You” were both in the top spot for one week.

Total: 29 weeks

1. BIGBANG

(From left to right) BIGBANG’s Taeyang, G-Drago, T.O.P, and Daesung

BIGBANG currently holds the most weeks their songs were #1 on the Melon music chart, nearly doubling the record for the Wonder Girls. “Last Farewell” was #1 for eight weeks, “Haru Haru” for seven weeks, “Lies” for six weeks, “Lollipop” and “Still Life” for five weeks, “FXXK IT” and “Flower Road” for three weeks, “Blue,” “Loser,” “Sunset Glow,” and “Bang Bang Bang” were at the top for two weeks. Finally, “Love Song,” “Tonight,” “Monster,” “Let’s Not Fall In Love,” and “Fantastic Baby” topped the charts for one week each.

Total: 50 weeks

Chart of the 28 K-Pop groups with their #1 songs from Melon’s weekly chart | Instiz

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