After 2 Weeks on the Chart, Newjeans Are Only the Second K-pop Girl Group in History

The success of NewJeans’ 2010 single “Ditto” in the UK shows no signs of slowing down. Last week, NewJeans made history when their single “Ditto” debuted at No. 95 on the Official Singles List in the United Kingdom, making them the fastest K-pop girl group to join the chart.

On top of all that, “Ditto” spent its second week in a row on the Official Singles Chart, remaining stable at No. 97 from January 20-26. Of note, NewJeans is the second K-pop female group in history to spend two weeks on the Official Singles Chart (following BLACKPINK).

I think what NewJeans has accomplished is fantastic, so congrats to them!

K-pop Girl Group
K-pop Girl Group

K-pop

K-pop, or Korean popular music (RR: keipap), is a musical genre that emerged in South Korea and is strongly associated with that country’s popular culture. Along with its traditional Korean music roots, it incorporates styles and genres from all over the world, including pop, hip hop, R&B, experimental, rock, jazz, gospel, reggae, electronic dance, folk, country, disco, and classical.

In the 2000s, the word “K-pop” gained widespread usage, particularly outside of South Korea. Gayo (Hanja, Korean) is still commonly used in South Korea to refer to Korean pop music. While the term “K-pop” can be used to describe any commercially successful music in South Korea, the time is typically used in a more specific meaning to refer to the music of, and the musicians involved in, the country’s entertainment and idol industries.

After the emergence of the hip-hop boy band Seo Taiji and Boys in 1992, the more contemporary style of the genre, once dubbed “rap dance,” arose. They helped to revolutionize South Korea’s modern music scene by experimenting with diverse types and genres of music and incorporating foreign musical components.

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