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Naul Keeps Tight Clutch on #1 Spot on Billboard K-Pop Hot 100 and Successfully Fends Off G-Dragon, Psy

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2012.10.05 10:36 Mwave Stewart Ho

For a second week in a row, Naul maintained his lofty #1 position the Billboard K-Pop Hot 100.

The updated ranking for the week of October 13, 2012 revealed Naul’s Memory of the Wind was in first for a second week in a row in a top ten chart that barely shifted from the previous week.

In second place was All For You by Seo In Guk and Jung Eun Ji which switched spots with last week’s number two - Missing You by G-Dragon and featuring Kim Yun A - which was this week’s third place filler.

Naul Keeps Tight Clutch on #1 Spot on Billboard K-Pop Hot 100 and Successfully Fends Off G-Dragon, Psy

Gangnam Style climbed a few notches to fourth, marking a remarkable 12 weeks in a row the song has remained in the top ten, while Orange Caramel’s Lipstick held on to fifth.

The After School sub-unit was followed by G-Dragon’s Crayon which fell back to sixth and Sexy Love by T-ara in seventh.

Secret’s Poison remained in ninth as it was sandwiched by a pair of hot debuts on the top ten - Amateur by Lee Seung Chul in eighth and Love is Like a Snowflake in tenth by Kim Junsu (Xia).

Big Bang’s G-Dragon has yet to nab the top spot on the Billboard K-Pop Hot 100 with his latest solo album but eyes are on the Big Bang leader to see if he can finally claim the elusive top spot and if Naul will be overthrown.

Photo Credit: Billboard

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