Top 15 Albums By K-Pop Female Soloist Had The Highest 1st Day Sales In Hanteo History

Top 15 Albums By K-Pop Female Soloist Had The Highest 1st Day Sales In Hanteo History
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Only two passed 100k in the first day!

There are several female K-Pop soloists in the industry that have done quite well for themselves, whether they only work solo or have had a solo debut outside of a group. While it’s likely a bit nerve-wracking for those that are already in groups to try to pursue solo careers, there have been many that have seen massive success in the pursuit of their own music!

Here are the 15 female K-Pop soloist albums that have had the most sales in the first day after release, according to Hanteo.

15. Don’t Say No by Seohyun

Released on January 17, 2017 with the title song “Don’t Say No”, Don’t Say No sold 16.8k copies on its first day! It has also now sold 33.4k copies to date.

14. Wonderland by Jessica Jung

Released on December 10, 2016 with the title song “Wonderland”, Wonderland sold 17.6k copies on its first day! It has also now sold 39.8k copies to date.

13. My Decade by Jessica Jung

Released on August 9, 2017 with the title song “Summer Storm”, My Decade sold 21.4k copies on its first day! It has also now sold 44.8k copies to date.

12. With Love, J by Jessica Jung

Released on May 17, 2016 with the title songs “Fly” and “Love Me the Same”, With Love, J sold 21.6k copies on its first day! It has also now sold 80.8k copies to date.

11. A Walk To Remember by Yoona

Released on May 30, 2019, with the title song “Summer Night”, A Walk To Remember sold 24.4k copies on its first day! It has also now sold 53.1k copies to date.

10. This Christmas by Taeyeon

Released on December 12, 2017 with the title song “This Christmas”, This Christmas sold 24.6k copies on its first day! It has also now sold 65.0k copies to date.

9. Something New by Taeyeon

Released on June 18, 2018 with the title song “Something New”, Something New sold 30.8k copies on its first day! It has also now sold 70.0k copies to date.

8. Why by Taeyeon

Released on June 28, 2016 with the title songs “Why” and “Starlight”, Why sold 32.3k copies on its first day! It has also now sold 120.0k copies to date.

7. Maria by Hwasa

Released on June 29, 2020 with the title song “Maria”, Maria sold 32.8k copies on its first day! It has also now sold 66.1k copies to date.

6. What Do I Call You by Taeyeon

Released on December 15, 2020 with the title song “Happy”, What Do I Call You sold 57.2k copies on its first day! It has also now sold 124.4k copies to date.

5. Dark Side of the Moon by Moonbyul

Released on February 14, 2020 with the title song “Eclipse”, Dark Side of the Moon sold 59.3k copies on its first day! It has also now sold 77.2k copies to date.

4. Spit It Out by Solar

Released on April 23, 2020 with the title song “Spit It Out”, Spit It Out sold 62.8k copies on its first day! It has also now sold 84.6k copies to date.

3. Purpose by Taeyeon

Released on October 28, 2019 with the title song “Spark”, Purpose sold 96.7k copies on its first day! It has also now sold 222.7k copies to date.

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2. Love Poem by IU

Released on November 18, 2019 with the title song “Love Poem”, Love Poem sold 125.4k copies on its first day! It has also now sold 238.2k copies to date.

>>> See more: IU Announces Release Of 5th Full-Length Album ‘BYLAC’ In March

1. R by Rosé

Released on March 12, 2021 with the title song “On The Ground”, R sold 282.5k copies on its first day! It has also now sold 293.2k copies to date.


>>> See more: BLACKPINK Rosé Breaks Another New Record With Single Album '-R-' In South Korea-------------Top 7 Most-Streamed K-Pop Songs Of Each Year From 2014 - 2021

Back in the early 2010s, the most popular K-Pop songs weren’t even making it to 20 million streams, with some of the top songs even getting less than 10 million.However, as time has passed and the genre has become more popular, the amount of streams that popular K-Pop songs have has exploded, with dozens now in the hundreds of millions of streams.
Here are the 7 most-streamed K-Pop songs on Spotify at the end of each year from 2014 until the present time!20147. “Blue” by BIGBANG: 9.54 million streams6. “Wedding Dress” by Taeyang: 10.58 million streams5. “Sorry, Sorry” by Super Junior: 11.25 million streams4. “Haru Haru” by BIGBANG: 12.93 million streams3. “Growl” by EXO: 14.01 million streams2. “I Am the Best” by 2NE1: 19.74 million streams1. “Fantastic Baby” by BIGBANG: 19.80 million streams20157. “Sorry, Sorry” by Super Junior: 13.46 million streams6. “Lion Heart” by Girls’ Generation: 14.23 million streams5. “Eyes, Nose, Lips” by Taeyang: 15.42 million streams4. “Haru Haru” by BIGBANG: 16.31 million streams3. “Growl” by EXO: 21.11 million streams2. “I Am the Best” by 2NE1: 25.25 million streams1. “Fantastic Baby” by BIGBANG: 27.72 million streams
20167. “Haru Haru” by BIGBANG: 19.70 million streams6. “Eyes, Nose, Lips” by Taeyang: 25.15 million streams5. “Call Me Baby” by EXO: 27.72 million streams4. “Dope” by BTS: 27.90 million streams3. “Growl” by EXO: 28.20 million streams2. “I Am the Best” by 2NE1: 30.75 million streams1. “Fantastic Baby” by BIGBANG: 35.63 million streams20177. “Spring Day” by BTS: 49.73 million streams6. “I Need U” by BTS: 50.65 million streams5. “Whistle” by BLACKPINK: 51.79 million streams4. “Playing With Fire” by BLACKPINK: 53.80 million streams3. “As If It’s Your Last” by BLACKPINK: 55.78 million streams2. “Blood Sweat & Tears” by BTS: 58.42 million streams1. “Dope” by BTS: 61.74 million streams
20187. “BOOMBAYAH” by BLACKPINK: 105.3 million streams6. “As If It’s Your Last” by BLACKPINK: 118.2 million streams5. “Blood Sweat & Tears” by BTS: 129.5 million streams4. “DDU-DU DDU-DU” by BLACKPINK: 138.8 million streams3. “Fake Love” by BTS: 144.7 million streams2. “DNA” by BTS: 149.3 million streams1. “Kiss and Make Up” by BLACKPINK & Dua Lipa: 155.3 million streams20197. “Blood Sweat & Tears” by BTS: 224.5 million streams6. “DDU-DU DDU-DU” by BLACKPINK: 236.2 million streams5. “Kill This Love” by BLACKPINK: 258.7 million streams4. “DNA” by BTS: 261.3 million streams3. “Fake Love” by BTS: 286.5 million streams2. “Kiss and Make Up” by BLACKPINK & Dua Lipa: 320.5 million streams1. “Boy With Luv” by BTS ft. Halsey: 349.4 million streams20207. “DDU-DU DDU-DU” by BLACKPINK: 332.2 million streams6. “DNA” by BTS: 344.2 million streams5. “Fake Love” by BTS: 380.3 million streams4. “Kiss and Make Up” by BLACKPINK & Dua Lipa: 400.1 million streams
3. “Kill This Love” by BLACKPINK: 415.4 million streams2. “Dynamite” by BTS: 510.9 million streams1. “Boy With Luv” by BTS ft. Halsey: 562.2 million streams
2021 (So Far)7. “DDU-DU DDU-DU” by BLACKPINK: 365.2 million streams6. “DNA” by BTS: 370.2 million streams5. “Fake Love” by BTS: 408.0 million streams4. “Kiss and Make Up” by BLACKPINK & Dua Lipa: 415.3 million streams3. “Kill This Love” by BLACKPINK: 431.3 million streams2. “Boy With Luv” by BTS ft. Halsey: 619.2 million streams1. “Dynamite” by BTS: 749.7 million streams-----------Top 5 Most-Watched K-Pop Dance Practice Videos Of Each Year From 2014 - 2021
Over the last several years, K-Pop dance practice videos have become more popular as the music genre itself has. Some artists didn’t even release dance practice videos in the past, but these days, it’s common for some to release multiple types of practice videos for one dance!Here is a look back at the top 5 most-watched dance practices at the end of each year since 2014, based on how many views they had at that time.20145. “I Am the Best” by 2NE1: 13.81 million views4. “Mr. Mr.” by Girls’ Generation: 15.31 million views3. “Lucifer” by SHINee: 16.54 million views2. “Ringa Linga” (Moving Version) by Taeyang: 27.06 million views1. “Ma Boy” (Mirrored Version) by SISTAR19: 38.27 million views20155. “Good Boy” by GD X TAEYANG: 21.79 million views4. “Mr. Mr.” by Girls’ Generation: 23.61 million views3. “BANG BANG BANG” by BIGBANG: 27.00 million views2. “Ringa Linga” (Moving Version) by Taeyang: 38.52 million views1. “Ma Boy” (Mirrored Version) by SISTAR19: 45.03 million views
20165. “Mr. Mr.” by Girls’ Generation: 29.66 million views4. “Good Boy” by GD X TAEYANG: 34.98 million views3. “Ringa Linga” (Moving Version) by Taeyang: 48.43 million views2. “BANG BANG BANG” by BIGBANG: 50.91 million views1. “Ma Boy” (Mirrored Version) by SISTAR19: 51.78 million views
20175. “As If It’s Your Last” by BLACKPINK: 56.00 million views4. “Playing With Fire” by BLACKPINK: 57.66 million views3. “Ringa Linga” (Moving Version) by Taeyang: 60.10 million views2. “BOOMBAYAH” by BLACKPINK: 60.56 million views1. “BANG BANG BANG” by BIGBANG: 74.16 million views20185. “BOOMBAYAH” by BLACKPINK: 111.1 million views4. “As If It’s Your Last” by BLACKPINK: 115.2 million views3. “BAAM” (Moving Version) by MOMOLAND: 129.3 million views2. “BBoom BBoom” (Dance Mix) by MOMOLAND: 182.6 million views1. “DDU-DU DDU-DU” (Moving Version) by BLACKPINK: 184.7 million views20195. “BOOMBAYAH” by BLACKPINK: 165.9 million views4. “BAAM” (Moving Version) by MOMOLAND: 175.5 million views3. “BBoom BBoom” (Dance Mix) by MOMOLAND: 212.8 million views2. “Kill This Love” (Moving Version) by BLACKPINK: 220.2 million views1. “DDU-DU DDU-DU” (Moving Version) by BLACKPINK: 279.2 million views
20205. “BOOMBAYAH” by BLACKPINK: 210.5 million views4. “BBoom BBoom” (Dance Remix) by MOMOLAND: 224.7 million views3. “Kill This Love” (Moving Version) by BLACKPINK: 327.8 million views2. “DDU-DU DDU-DU” (Moving Version) by BLACKPINK: 356.7 million views1. “How You Like That” by BLACKPINK: 500.0 million views2021 (So Far)5. “BOOMBAYAH” by BLACKPINK: 219.5 million views4. “BBoom BBoom” (Dance Mix) by MOMOLAND: 225.7 million views3. “Kill This Love” (Moving Version) by BLACKPINK: 350.0 million views2. “DDU-DU DDU-DU” (Moving Version) by BLACKPINK: 372.5 million views1. “How You Like That” by BLACKPINK: 601.8 million views
-------------Top 15 Most-Watched Debut K-Pop Music Videos In The First 24 HoursOftentimes, K-Pop music videos see their biggest rush of views within the first day after they’ve been released as fans eagerly flock to watch the new content. After that, views tend to slowly get fewer views per day on average, although some still manage millions daily for a while.
Debut music videos can be really hit or miss in terms of views, since some K-Pop fans might be interested to check out a new artist while others might not care enough to watch them.

The following 15 debut music videos, however, have had the most watches out of any debut MV in the first 24! Check them all out below.15. “Energetic” by Wanna OneReleased on August 7, 2017, this debut music video had 4.03 million views in the first 24 hours! It’s now at 143.8 million views, as well as 2.29 million likes.14. “District 9” by Stray KidsReleased on March 26, 2018, this debut music video had 4.27 million views in the first 24 hours! It’s now at 52.4 million views, as well as 1.30 million likes.13. “La Vie en Rose” by IZ*ONEReleased on October 29, 2018, this debut music video had 4.56 million views in the first 24 hours! It’s now at 146.4 million views, as well as 1.66 million likes.12. “Twilight” by WEiReleased on October 5, 2020, this debut music video had 4.61 million views in the first 24 hours! It’s now at 15.1 million views, as well as 188.7k likes.11. “Birthday” by SomiReleased on June 13, 2019, this debut music video had 6.41 million views in the first 24 hours! It’s now at 87.7 million views, as well as 2.61 million likes.10. “Flash” by X1Released on August 27, 2019, this debut music video had 6.78 million views in the first 24 hours! It’s now at 108.6 million views, as well as 1.68 million likes.9. “Mmmh” by KaiReleased on November 29, 2020, this debut music video of Kai had 8.49 million views in the first 24 hours! It’s now at 63.8 million views, as well as 2.75 million likes.8. “Jopping” by SuperMReleased on October 3, 2019, this debut music video had 8.76 million views in the first 24 hours! It’s now at 95.3 million views, as well as 3.31 million likes.7. “BOY” by TREASUREReleased on August 7, 2020, this debut music video had 9.15 million views in the first 24 hours! It’s now at 67.3 million views, as well as 2.18 million likes.6. “Given-Taken” by ENHYPENReleased on November 30, 2020, this debut music video had 9.39 million views in the first 24 hours! It’s now at 33.5 million views, as well as 2.58 million likes.5. “Crown” by TXTReleased on March 4, 2019, this debut music video had 15.13 million views in the first 24 hours! It’s now at 133.8 million views, as well as 4.99 million likes.4. “Solo” by JennieReleased on November 12, 2018, this debut music video had 16.13 million views in the first 24 hours! It’s now at 632.2 million views, as well as 9.95 million likes.3. “DALLA DALLA” by ITZYReleased on February 10, 2019, this debut music video had 17.19 million views in the first 24 hours! It’s now at 249.7 million views, as well as 3.38 million likes.2. “Black Mamba” by aespaReleased on November 17, 2020, this debut music video had 22.71 million views in the first 24 hours! It’s now at 129.4 million views, as well as 2.76 million likes.1. “On The Ground” by RoséReleased on March 11, 2021, this debut music video had 39.06 million views in the first 24 hours! It’s now at 57.5 million views, as well as 6.12 million likes.>>> See more: BLACKPINK Rosé 'On The Ground' Ranks #1 On iTunes Song Chart In 51 Countries Around The World-----------No CGI Needed With These 6 Stunning Sets From BLACKPINK Rosé’s “On The Ground” MVBLACKPINK Rosé recently released her first-ever solo album, R, and fans are loving it! The music video for “On The Ground” was especially praised far and wide for its high quality.
In the “M/V MAKING FILM” that was released a day after the music video, BLINKs were treated to a closer look at its jaw-dropping sets. Check out some of the most memorable ones below!1. The bed of flowersThe field of flowers shown towards the end of “On The Ground” was more impressive in real life than expected! A large part of the ground was covered in gorgeous white and pink flowers.
2. The stairway to heavenThough the multiple Rosé’s and heavenly backgrounds were edited into the “Roses are dead” shot, the stairs were fully functional in real life.
3. The mini houseThe part where Rosé’s past self throws flowers and plays the piano was filmed in what looked like an actual small house.
It was filled with intricate details like tears on the wall and flower designs on the stairs.
4. The theaterNetizens couldn’t stop talking about the magical transformation of a rest stop located in Yongdu that turned into a world-class theater set.
It looked like it came straight out of a movie!
5. The carThough the vehicle wasn’t actually hit by an explosive from the air, it was set on fire.
6. The limoLastly, the perfect way to end the music video was with a stunning (and expensive) burning limousine. Amazingly, it was one hundred percent real.
BLACKPINK is known for their high quality music video productions. Check out the “On The Ground” behind-the-scenes video below!>>> See more: BLACKPINK Rosé 'On The Ground' Ranks #1 On iTunes Song Chart In 51 Countries Around The World