K-Pop Groups Dominate Billboard’s World Albums Chart

ENHYPEN, Stray Kids, SEVENTEEN, TXT, NewJeans, aespa, TWICE, NCT 127, And More Sweep Top Spots On Billboard’s World Albums Chart

ENHYPEN, Stray Kids, SEVENTEEN, TXT, NewJeans, aespa, TWICE, NCT 127, And More Sweep Top Spots On Billboard’s World Albums Chart

Billboard has released its latest World Albums chart for the week ending on December 2!

RankGroup NameAlbum
1ENHYPENORANGE BLOOD
2Stray KidsROCK-STAR
3SEVENTEENSEVENTEENTH HEAVEN
4TXTThe Name Chapter: FREEFALL
5NewJeansGet Up
6aespaDrama
7TWICE (Jihyo)ZONE
8NCT 127Fact Check
11Stray Kids‚ėÖ‚ėÖ‚ėÖ‚ėÖ‚ėÖ (5-STAR)
12TWICEREADY TO BE
13BTSProof (2022 anthology album)
14FIFTY FIFTYThe Beginning
15NewJeansNew Jeans

ENHYPEN claimed the top spot on the chart with their new mini album “ORANGE BLOOD.” The album also made its debut at No. 4 on the Billboard 200, marking their biggest sales week in the U.S. so far.

Stray Kids’ mini album “ROCK-STAR” held strong at No. 2 in its second week on the World Albums chart and remained in the top 10 of the Billboard 200 for the second consecutive week.

SEVENTEEN’s latest mini album “SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN” stayed steady at No. 3 in its fifth week on the World Albums chart. It also climbed to No. 93 on the Billboard 200.

TXT’s album “The Name Chapter: FREEFALL” maintained its position at No. 4 in its sixth week on the World Albums chart and rose to No. 108 on the Billboard 200.

“Get Up” by NewJeans held onto its position at No. 5 in its 18th week on the World Albums chart. It also climbed back up to No. 117 on the Billboard 200.

aespa’s new mini album “Drama” ranked No. 6 in its second week on the World Albums chart and remained at No. 178 on the Billboard 200.

Jihyo of TWICE made her solo debut with the mini album “ZONE,” re-entering the World Albums chart at No. 7. This marks the album’s seventh non-consecutive week on the chart. TWICE’s latest mini album “READY TO BE” also re-entered the chart at No. 12, marking its 24th non-consecutive week on the chart.

NCT 127’s latest album “Fact Check” remained relatively stable at No. 8 in its seventh week on the chart, followed by Stray Kids’ “‚ėÖ‚ėÖ‚ėÖ‚ėÖ‚ėÖ (5-STAR)” at No. 11 in its 25th week.

BTS’s anthology album “Proof” from 2022 secured the No. 13 spot in its 76th week on the chart. FIFTY FIFTY’s “The Beginning” came in at No. 14 in its ninth week.

Lastly, NewJeans’ debut EP “New Jeans” re-entered the World Albums chart at No. 15, marking its 43rd non-consecutive week on the chart.