On October 8, Gaon Chart officially announced that BTS had achieved a triple crown for the month of September after sweeping all three digital charts with their latest hit. The group’s English-language single “Dynamite” claimed No. 1 on the overall digital chart, the streaming chart, and the digital download chart for September.

BTS also earned a double crown on the latest weekly charts, with “Dynamite” topping both the overall digital chart and the streaming chart for the week of September 27 to October 3.

Meanwhile, BLACKPINK’s new title track “Lovesick Girls” debuted at No. 1 on this week’s digital download chart, and Super Junior D&E’s new special mini album “BAD LIAR” debuted at No. 1 on the physical album chart.

BLACKPINK also continued their winning streak at No. 1 on Gaon’s Social Chart 2.0 for the fifth consecutive month, while trot singer Kim Ho Joong’s new album “Our Family” topped the physical album chart for the month of September.

Congratulations to all of the artists!

Check out the top five for each of the latest Gaon charts below:

Weekly Album Chart

Super Junior D&E’s “BAD LIAR” claimed No. 1 on this week’s physical album chart, while The Boyz’s “Chase” stayed strong at No. 2. SHINee’s Taemin’s “Never Gonna Dance Again : Act 1” shot up to No. 3 on the chart, followed by UP10TION’s “Light UP” at No. 4. Finally, Kang Daniel’s “MAGENTA,” which received an official platinum certification this week, reentered the chart at No. 5.

Monthly Album Chart

Kim Ho Joong’s “Our Family” topped the physical album chart for September, followed by Stray Kids’ “IN生” (“IN LIFE”) at No. 2, The Boyz’s “Chase” at No. 3, TREASURE’s “THE FIRST STEP : CHAPTER TWO” at No. 4, and Super Junior D&E’s “BAD BLOOD” at No. 5.

Weekly Download Chart

BLACKPINK’s “Lovesick Girls” debuted at No. 1 on the weekly digital download chart, with BTS’s “Dynamite” rising to No. 2. Kim Jae Hwan’s “What If” (from the OST of tvN’s “Record of Youth”) entered the chart at No. 3, with BTS’s remix of Jawsh 685 and Jason Derulo’s “Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat)” debuting at No. 4. Finally, Heize and Punch’s “Midnight” (from the OST of SBS’s “Do You Like Brahms?“) entered the chart at No. 5.

Monthly Download Chart

BTS’s “Dynamite” took No. 1 on the digital download chart for the second consecutive month. Kim Ho Joong claimed the next two spots on the list with “In Full Bloom” at No. 2 and “No Umbrella” at No. 3, trailed by Taemin’s “Criminal” at No. 4. Park Jin Young and Sunmi’s duet “When We Disco” rounded out the top five for September.

Weekly Digital Chart

BTS’s “Dynamite” remained No. 1 on this week’s overall digital chart, and B1A4’s Sandeul’s “Slightly Tipsy” similarly maintained its position at No. 2. Park Jin Young and Sunmi’s “When We Disco” rose to No. 3, followed by Jessi’s “NUNU NANA” at No. 4 and MAMAMOO’s Hwasa‘s “Maria” at No. 5.

Monthly Digital Chart

BTS’s “Dynamite” claimed No. 1 on the overall digital chart for September, with Sandeul’s “Slightly Tipsy” at No. 2, Jessi’s “NUNU NANA” at No. 3, SSAK3’s “Beach Again” at No. 4, and Hwasa’s “Maria” at No. 5.

Weekly Streaming Chart

BTS’s “Dynamite” successfully defended its position at No. 1 on the weekly streaming chart, while Sandeul’s “Slightly Tipsy” and Jessi’s “NUNU NANA” similarly held into their spots at No. 2 and No. 3 respectively. Park Jin Young and Sunmi’s “When We Disco” rose to No. 4, and Hwasa’s “Maria” charted at No. 5 for the week.

Monthly Streaming Chart

BTS’s “Dynamite” topped the streaming chart for the month of September, followed by Sandeul’s “Slightly Tipsy” at No. 2, Jessi’s “NUNU NANA” at No. 3, SSAK3’s “Beach Again” at No. 4, and Hwasa’s “Maria” at No. 5.

Weekly Social Chart

BLACKPINK continued their reign at No. 1 on Gaon’s Social Chart 2.0 for the 19th week in a row, followed by Im Young Woong at No. 2, BTS at No. 3, Yang Joon Il at No. 4, and Stray Kids at No. 5.

Monthly Social Chart

BLACKPINK also remained No. 1 on Gaon’s monthly Social Chart 2.0 for the fifth consecutive month, with Im Young Woong charting at No. 2, BTS at No. 3, IU at No. 4, and Yang Joon Il at No. 5.