Billboard has released the World Albums chart for the week ending January 28! In its 32nd week at the top of the charts, BTS’s anthology album “Proof” reclaimed the top spot, while their 2017 mini album “Love Yourself: Her” held steady at No. 8.
In its seventh week on the chart, BTS’s RM’s solo album “Indigo” rose to No. 3, while J-solo Hope’s album “Jack In The Box” came back at No. 7 for a fifth non-consecutive week. Meanwhile, in its 12th non-consecutive week on the chart, Stray Kids’ most recent mini album, “MAXIDENT,” went back to No. 5.
The single album “SPIN-OFF: FROM THE WITNESS” by ATEEZ debuted at No. 6 for the third week, while NCT 127’s studio album “2 Baddies” remained at No. 10 for the 18th week.
While ENHYPEN’s most recent mini album, “MANIFESTO: DAY 1,” made a comeback at No. 12 for its 24th week on the chart, NewJeans’ first EP, “New Jeans,” climbed to No. 11 in its 15th week on the chart.
Finally, “CHESHIRE” by ITZY, which has been in the top 15 for seven weeks straight, completed the list.
Billboard’s World Albums Chart
The Billboard charts’ weekly K-pop music chart data is compiled in the list of K-pop albums in the diagrams, which Billboard K-Town, an online Billboard column, then covers. The albums, EPs, and releases by K-pop artists are currently charting on Billboard.
Yeji, Lia, Ryujin, Chaeryeong, and Yuna are the members of the South Korean girl group Itzy (stylized in all capitals; Korean: RR: Itji; MR: Itchi). JYP Entertainment founded the group. On February 12, 2019, they made their public debut by releasing their single album It’z Different.
They are the first K-pop girl group to accomplish a “Rookie Grand Slam,” winning Rookie of the Year at the 34th Golden Disc Awards, New Artist of the Year at the 9th Gaon Chart Music Awards, and the 2019 Melon Music Awards, Best New Female Artist at the 2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards, and the New Artist Award at the 29th Seoul Music Awards.
Chaeryeong and her sister were cast by JYP Entertainment (JYP) through the K-pop Star 3 television series after failing Fant agio’s tryouts. Chaeryeong competed in JYP’s survival show Sixteen in 2015, but she was cut from the final lineup of Twice, the victorious girl group. She completed five years of training before becoming Itzy’s first JYP member.
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— ITZY (@ITZYofficial) January 28, 2023
Before Itzy’s debut, Ryujin was discovered at a Got7 concert and received four years of training at JYP. Yuna and Yeji joined JYP in 2015 and underwent three years of training; Yuna did so after being seen by company personnel, and Yeji did so after passing an audition.
The last member, Lia, initially went through the SM Entertainment audition process and was accepted, but she was forced to withdraw at the last minute because of a conflict with her parents. A few years later, she was successful in the JYP auditions after two years of training.
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