The Gaon Digital Chart is the music industry standard record in South Korea, and provides weekly, monthly, and yearly charts of the top-performing songs in the country. The songs are charted based on points accumulated through streaming, downloads, and other criteria.

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Oftentimes, a song can spend more than one week in the #1 position, and sometimes they can keep that position for several weeks!

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These 15 K-Pop songs have spent the most total weeks at #1 on the chart in its history.

15. “Bad Girl Good Girl” by Miss A

Released on June 30, 2010, “Bad Girl Good Girl” spent 4 weeks on the Gaon Digital Chart. The music video also has 70.9 million views!

14. “TT” by TWICE

Released on October 23, 2016, “TT” spent 4 weeks on the Gaon Digital Chart. The music video also has 553.5 million views, and TWICE also ranks at 3rd place for having the most total singles reach #1, with 9 songs reaching that peak!

13. “Ko Ko Bop” by EXO

Released on July 18, 2017, “Ko Ko Bop” spent 4 weeks on the Gaon Digital Chart. The music video also has 288.2 million views!

12. “Don’t Give It To Me” by Hwasa & Loco

Released on June 6, 2018, “Don’t Give It To Me” spent 4 weeks on the Gaon Digital Chart. The music video also has 66.9 million views!

11. “180 Degrees” by Ben

Released on December 7, 2018, “180 Degrees” spent 4 weeks on the Gaon Digital Chart. The music video also has 8.37 million views!

10. “So Long” by Paul Kim

Released on August 12, 2019, “So Long” spent 4 weeks on the Gaon Digital Chart. The music video also has 7.69 million views!

9. “How Can I Love the Heartbreak, You’re the One I Love” by Akdong Musician

Released on September 25, 2019, “How Can I Love the Heartbreak, You’re the One I Love” spent 4 weeks on the Gaon Digital Chart. The music video also has 13.2 million views!

8. “Blueming” by IU

Released on November 18, 2019, “Blueming” spent 4 weeks on the Gaon Digital Chart. The music video also has 77.0 million views, and IU has had the most songs at #1 on the chart, with 24 total reaching that peak! She’s also had the most weeks with a song spent at #1, with 46 weeks total.

7. “Eight” by IU ft. Suga

Released on May 6, 2020, “Eight” spent 4 weeks on the Gaon Digital Chart. The music video also has 102.4 million views!

6. “Good Day” by IU

Released on February 7, 2011, “Good Day” spent 5 weeks on the Gaon Digital Chart. The music video also has 46.7 million views!

5. “Gangnam Style” by PSY

Released on July 15, 2012, “Gangnam Style” spent 5 weeks on the Gaon Digital Chart. The music video also has 3.86 billion views!

4. “Beach Again” by SSAK3

Released on July 25, 2020, “Beach Again” spent 5 weeks on the Gaon Digital Chart. The music video also has 11.1 million views!

3. “Love Scenario” by iKON

Released on January 25, 2018, “Love Scenario” spent 6 weeks on the Gaon Digital Chart. The music video also has 446.8 million views!

2. “Any Song” by Zico

Released on January 13, 2020, “Any Song” spent 7 weeks on the Gaon Digital Chart. The music video also has 70.2 million views!

1. “Dynamite” by BTS

Released on August 20, 2020, “Dynamite” spent 9 weeks on the Gaon Digital Chart. The music video also has 601.5 million views, and BTS comes in 5th place with the most songs spent at #1, with 7 songs reaching this peak! They’re also placed 3rd with the most total weeks with a song spent at #1 at 17 weeks.