Chart highlights from the K-Pop Hot 100 and beyond featuring MBLAQ, 2NE1, Boyfriend, BIGBANG, Bro, Busker Busker and more.
The queen of K-pop, Lee Sun Hee, broke her five-year hiatus from the scene with her massively-anticipated 15th album "Serendipity" on March 25. The excitement has translated to the K-Pop Hot 100 as the lead single "During That Meet Your" swings in at No. 1 this week.
The effort thwarts Soyou and Jungigo's quest to break the all-time chart record -- set by Lee Seung Gi in January 2013 -- with "Some" unable to spend a seventh week at No. 1.
The soft, piano-driven ballad, which was crafted by Park Guen Tae and Kim Eena, showcases Lee's powerful vocals that have helped her stay on top of the game for 30 years. Lee Sun Hee launches her 30-year anniversary concert in Seoul, Korea, on April 18.