List of K-pop songs on the Billboard charts

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List of K-pop on the Billboard charts is a compilation of chart information for K-pop music published by the Billboard charts, and reported on by Billboard K-Town, an online Billboard column. This is a list of K-pop songs and singles on the Billboard charts.[1][2]

2009 – present[edit]

  • This list depends on continual updates taken from *Billboard artists[3] and *Billboard charts.[4]
  • Charts with all updates 2009–present are marked (Complete).
  • Billboard artists comprehensive update incomplete.
  • Billboard charts comprehensive update incomplete.
  • The list is currently minus portions of Psy performance on 58 charts.
  • The list is exclusive of Korea K-Pop Hot 100 data.
  • Figures in red highlight indicate the highest rating received by K-pop artists on that chart.
  •      – Current week's charting

Billboard Hot 100 (Complete)[edit]

  • Peak position column not sorting.
Chart date[5] Artist Song/Album Title Peak position Weeks on Chart
2009-10-31 Wonder Girls "Nobody (English release)"[6] 76 1
2012-09-22 Psy "Gangnam Style"[7][8] 2 (Peaked at #2 on 2012-10-06 for 7 weeks) 31
2013-04-27 Psy "Gentleman" 5 15
2014-06-28 Psy feat. Snoop Dogg "Hangover" 26 1
2015-12-19 Psy feat. CL "Daddy" 97 1
2016-10-22 CL "Lifted (English release)"[9] 94 1
2017-10-07 BTS "DNA"[10][11] 67 4
2017-12-16 BTS feat. Desiigner 'MIC Drop" (Steve Aoki remix)[12] 28 2

Billboard PH Hot 100 (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart started 2017-06-12.
Chart date[13] Artist Song/Album Title Peak position Weeks on Chart
2017-06-12 Chanyeol and Punch "Stay With Me" 9 16
2017-06-12 UP10TION "Beautiful" 15 10
2017-06-12 BTS "Fire" 22 18
2017-06-12 Twice "Signal" 22 16
2017-06-12 BTS "Spring Day" 35 14
2017-06-12 BTS "Not Today" 49 13
2017-06-12 Twice "Like OOH-AHH" 49 17
2017-06-12 Twice "TT" 54 17
2017-06-19 Soyou "I Miss You" 39 7
2017-06-19 Heize feat. Han Soo Ji "Round and Round" 44 2
2017-06-19 BTS "Save ME" 71 6
2017-07-10 Twice "Cheer Up" 57 7
2017-07-24 BTS "I Need U" 19 9
2017-07-31 Red Velvet "Red Flavor" 24 2
2017-07-31 Chen & Punch "Everytime" 27 2
2017-07-31 Sam Kim "Who Are You" 67 1
2017-08-07 BTS "Blood Sweat & Tears" 82 2
2017-08-14 EXO "Ko Ko Bop" 32 7
2017-08-14 BTS "Butterfly" 91 1
2017-08-14 Twice "Knock Knock" 100 1
2017-08-21 Girls' Generation "Holiday" 38 3
2017-08-21 K.Will "Talk Love" 85 1
2017-08-28 Seventeen "Beautiful" 49 9
2017-09-04 BTS "Dope" 51 1
2017-09-25 EXO "Power" 17 3
2017-10-02 BTS "DNA" 8 (Peaked at #8 on 2017-10-09) 11
2017-10-09 BTS "Best Of Me" 41 3
2017-10-09 BTS "Pied Piper" 64 1
2017-10-09 BTS "MIC Drop" 17 6
2017-10-16 BTS "Go Go" 41 8
2017-10-30 GOT7 "You Are" 83 1
2017-10-30 Twice "One More Time" 93 2
2017-11-20 Twice "Likey" 11 4
2017-12-04 Seventeen "Clap" 91 1
2017-12-11 Red Velvet "Peek-A-Boo" 62 1
2017-12-11 Henry "It's You" 71 1

Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart started 1992-12-05 (Chart is missing results for week 2009-11-14.)
Chart Date[14] Artist Song/Album Title Peak position Weeks on Chart
2012-09-08 Psy "Gangnam Style" 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2012-09-15 for 1 week) 2
2017-03-04 BTS "Spring Day"[15] 15 1
2017-07-15 BLACKPINK "As If It's Your Last"[16][17] 13 1

Canadian Hot 100[edit]

  • Peak position column not sorting.
Chart date[18] Artist Song/Album Title Peak position Weeks on Chart
2012-09-08 Psy "Gangnam Style" 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2012-10-06 for 7 weeks) 26
2013-04-27 Psy "Gentleman" 9 13
2015-04-25 Exo "Call Me Baby" 98 1
2015-12-26 Psy feat. CL "Daddy" 36 6
2016-11-05 BTS "Blood Sweat & Tears"[19] 86 2
2016-11-26 BLACKPINK "Playing with Fire" 92 1
2017-01-07 BIGBANG "Fxxk It" 98 1
2017-03-11 BTS "Not Today" 77 1
2017-03-11 BTS "Spring Day" 100 1
2017-07-15 BLACKPINK "As If It's Your Last" 45 3
2017-10-14 BTS "DNA" 47 5 (R) 8
2017-12-16 BTS feat. Desiigner "MIC Drop" (Steve Aoki remix) 37 2

China V Chart (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart started 2015-11-28.
Chart date[20] Artist Song Peak position Weeks on Chart
2015-11-28 Lay "Alone" 4 5
2015-11-28 Lay "Happy Youth" 8 2
2015-11-28 Uniq "Best Friend" 24 1
2015-12-12 Uniq "Erase Your Little Sad" 12 2
2015-12-12 VIXX "Chained Up" (Chinese Ver.) 20 2
2015-12-26 EXO "Sing For You" 4 1
2016-01-02 Exo "Sing For You" (Chinese ver.) 8 3
2016-01-16 Uniq "Happy New Year" 4 2
2016-01-16 Universal Girls feat Uniq "Happy New Year" 22 1
2016-03-12 Cosmic Girls "Mo Mo Mo" 7 5
2016-04-02 Hyomin "Sketch" 1 (Entered at #1 for 6 weeks) 6
2016-04-09 Uniq "My Dream" 3 6
2016-04-23 NCT U "Without You" 5 1
2016-04-30 Victoria "I Believe" 2 3
2016-05-28 Gary "I'm Okay" 4 3
2016-06-11 Lay "Monodrama" 1 (Entered at #1 for 4 weeks,
moved to #2 for 1 week,
returned to #1 on 2016-07-16 for 1 week)
6
2016-06-25 EXO "Monster" 2 6
2016-06-25 EXO "Lucky One" 3 6
2016-07-02 EXO "Monster" (Dance.Ver) 10 6
2016-07-02 Chanyeol & Yuan Shanshan "I Hate You" 11 5
2016-07-02 Lee Min-ho & Yu Quan "Run Run Run" 20 3
2016-07-23 Suho & Chen "Beautiful Accident" 4 5
2016-07-30 Zhou Mi "The Empty Room" 29 1
2016-08-27 Fei "One More Kiss" 11 2
2016-09-03 EXO "Lotto" (Chinese Ver.) 2 6
2016-09-03 Cosmic Girls "Secret" 18 1
2016-09-10 NCT Dream "Chewing Gum" (Chinese Ver.) 12 4
2016-09-17 Victoria "Li Luo" 9 2
2016-09-24 Kim Jong Kook "Hate That Happiness Came" 2 6
2016-11-12 Lay "Lose Control" 1 (Entered at #1 for 6 weeks) 6
2016-11-12 Kim Jong Kook "Rhythm Of The Rain" 5 6
2016-11-19 Lay "what U need?" 4 2
2016-12-03 T-ara "Tiamo" 2 6
2016-12-03 Jia "Drip" 8 5
2017-01-07 EXID "Cream" 6 6
2017-01-07 EXO "For Life" 6 6
2017-01-21 Cosmic Girls "I Wish" 14 4
2017-01-28 EXID "Up & Down" 2 6
2017-02-25 NCT Dream "My First And Last" 9 6
2017-03-04 NCT Dream "My First And Last (Performance Video)" 11 4
2017-03-28 Jung Joon-young "Me And You (Chinese Ver.)" 15 2
2017-05-20 Lay "Pray" 4 6
2017-07-29 Jackson Wang "Generation 2" 1 (Entered at #1 for 2 week) 6
2017-08-05 EXO "Ko Ko Bop" 2 6
2017-09-02 NCT Dream "We Young" 14 3
2017-09-16 Jackson Wang "Papillon" 1 (Entered at #1 for 2 weeks) 6
2017-09-23 EXO "Power" 6 6
2017-09-23 Yoona "When The Wind Blows" 8 6
2017-10-14 Lay "I Need U" 3 6
2017-10-21 Lay "Sheep" 1 (Entered at #1 for 1 week on 2017-11-25) 6
2017-12-16 Jackson Wang "Okay" 1 (Entered at #1 for 2 weeks) 2

Dance Club Songs[edit]

Chart date[21] Artist Song/Album Title Peak position Weeks on Chart
2008-11-29 BoA "Eat You Up" 8 (Peaked 2009-02-07) 16
2009-05-23 BoA "I Did It for Love" (feat. Sean Garrett) 19 10
2010-03-06 BoA "Energetic" 17 12

Dance/Electronic Digital Songs[edit]

  • Chart started 2010-01-23
Chart date[22] Artist Song/Album Title Peak position Weeks on Chart
2014-04-05 Skrillex and Diplo featuring G-Dragon and CL
(*K-pop artist featured on)
"Dirty Vibe" 21 2
2015-12-19 Psy feat. CL "Daddy" 7 4
2016-04-09 Baauer feat. M.I.A. and G-Dragon
(*K-pop artist featured on)
"Temple" 36 1
2016-05-28 R3hab, Amber and Luna feat. Xavi & GI "Wave" 46 1
2016-11-05 Far East Movement & Marshmello
feat Chanyeol & Tinashe
"Freal Luv" 11 2 (R) 3

Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs[edit]

  • Chart started 2013-04-20
Chart date[23] Artist Song/Album Title Peak position Weeks on Chart
2015-12-19 Psy feat. CL Daddy 5 6

Dance Singles Sales[edit]

Chart date[24] Artist Song/Album Title Peak position Weeks on Chart
2009-11-07 Wonder Girls "Nobody" 1 15
2012-01-07 Girls' Generation "The Boys" 5 1

Digital Song Sales[edit]

Chart date[25] Artist Song/Album Title Peak position Weeks on Chart
2017-10-07 BTS "DNA"[10] 37 1
2017-12-16 BTS feat. Desiigner 'MIC Drop" (Steve Aoki remix)[12] 4 1

Heatseeker Songs[edit]

  • Chart discontinued after 2014-11-29.
Chart date[26] Artist Song/Album Title Peak position Weeks on Chart
2009-10-31 Wonder Girls "Nobody" 4 1
2013-02-19 Girls' Generation "The Boys" 17 2

Hot Canadian Digital Song Sales[edit]

  • Chart started 1996-11-16
Chart Date[27] Artist Song/Album Title Peak position Weeks on Chart
2017-03-04 BTS "Spring Day" 48 1
2017-10-07 BTS "DNA" 49 1
2017-12-16 BTS feat. Desiigner 'MIC Drop" (Steve Aoki remix) 7 1

Hot Dance/Electronic Songs[edit]

  • Chart started 2010-01-23
Chart date[28] Artist Song/Album Title Peak position Weeks on Chart
2014-04-05 Skrillex and Diplo featuring G-Dragon and CL
(*K-pop artist featured on)
"Dirty Vibe" 15 18
2015-12-19 Psy feat. CL "Daddy" 6 20
2016-04-09 Baauer feat. M.I.A. and G-Dragon
(*K-pop artist featured on)
"Temple" 26 1
2016-11-05 Far East Movement & Marshmello
featuring Chanyeol & Tinashe
"Freal Luv" 20 6 (R) 10

Hot Rap Songs[edit]

Chart date[29] Artist Song/Album Title Peak position Weeks on Chart
2012-10-13 Psy "Gangnam Style"[30] 1 (Peaked at #1 on 2012-10-20 for 8 weeks,
and on 2013-01-12 for 1 week)
28
2013-04-27 Psy "Gentleman" 3 13 (R) 14
2014-06-28 Psy feat. Snoop Dogg "Hangover" 3 2

Hot Singles Sales (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart reduced from 50 to 25 on 2010-12-04.
  • Chart reduced from 25 to 15 on 2014-12-06.
Chart date[31] Artist Song/Album Title Peak position Weeks on Chart
2009-10-31 Wonder Girls "Nobody" 1 (Entered at #1 for 2 weeks) 6 (R) 23
2012-01-07 Girls' Generation "The Boys" 15 1
2012-06-02 JJ Project "Bounce" 14 2
2013-03-23 Psy "Gangnam Style" 4 3
2014-06-14 VIXX "Eternity" 3 2 (R) 3
2015-03-14 VIXX "Love Equation" 12 1
2016-05-14 VIXX "Dynamite" 15 1
2016-09-03 VIXX "Fantasy" 4 1
2017-06-10 iKon "Bling Bling" 2 2
2017-06-17 KNK "Sun, Moon, Star" 11 1
2017-07-29 One "Heyahe" 8 2
2017-08-12 Akdong Musician "Dinosaur" 6 1
2017-09-23 EXO "Power" 2 3
2017-10-21 U-Know Yunho (listed as TVXQ) "Drop" 14 1

Japan Hot 100 (Complete)[edit]

  • (Earliest chart data available is 2 weeks only for 2008 (2008-05-10, 2008-11-22). For 2009, chart is missing results for weeks 2009-01-07 – 2009-03-21, 2009-07-25, 2009-12-26, and all 2009 number of weeks charted.) For 2010, missing 2010-01-16, 2010-05-22 (stops at 26) 2010-07-03, 2010-07-10, 2010-10-30, 2010-12-18, and all 2010 number of weeks charted. For 2011, missing 2011-01-07 – 2011-01-29, 2011-02-26, 2011-05-07, 2011-07-23, 2011-08-20, 2016-07-16 (only top 50 available). *Peak position column and Weeks on Chart column not sorting.

On-Demand Streaming Songs[edit]

  • Chart started 2012-03-03
Chart date[70] Artist Song/Album Title Peak position Weeks on Chart
2017-10-14 BTS "DNA" 22 1
2017-12-16 BTS feat. Desiigner "MIC Drop" (Steve Aoki remix) 44 1

R&B Digital Songs[edit]

  • Chart started 2012-11-10
Chart Date[71] Artist Song/Album Title Peak position Weeks on Chart
2017-02-18 Gallant & Tablo & Eric Nam "Cave Me In" 20 1

Rap Digital Songs[edit]

  • Chart started 2010-01-23
Chart Date[72] Artist Song/Album Title Peak position Weeks on Chart
2016-09-10 CL Lifted 31 1

Streaming Songs[edit]

  • Chart started 2013-01-19
Chart date[73] Artist Song/Album Title Peak position Weeks on Chart
2017-10-14 BTS "DNA"[11] 38 1
2017-12-16 BTS feat. Desiigner 'MIC Drop" (Steve Aoki remix)[12] 47 1

World Digital Songs (Complete)[edit]

  • Chart started 2010-01-01[74]

See also[edit]

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