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CN Blue’s Jung Yong Hwa Tops Gaon Weibo Chart for 11 Weeks Straight

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2015.02.02 17:17 Newsen Jeong Jee Won Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

FNC Entertainment’s singer-songwriter Jung Yong Hwa has topped the Gaon Weibo chart for eleven weeks straight.

According to Gaon Weibo chart, gathered by the Chinese SNS business group Weibo on February 2, Jung Yong Hwa ranked number one for the 21st weekly chart (November 17~23, 2014) through 31st weekly chart (January 26~February 1, 2015), taking the top spot for eleven weeks in a row.

Jung Yong Hwa topped the monthly chart for January by earning 99.48 points and recently recorded the full score of 100.00 points in the real time chart, taking over the real time, weekly and monthly charts.

After the ranking was released, the singer uploaded two pictures on his Weibo and wrote, ‘Number one for eleven weeks? Feels like a dream! I’m anticipating 2015 more.’

CN Blue’s Jung Yong Hwa Tops Gaon Weibo Chart for 11 Weeks Straight

Firmly taking his spot on Weibo, Jung Yong Hwa’s popularity was proved through the Weibo chatting event, which was carried out with the Chinese-speaking fans on February 1. During the event, which lasted for an hour, about 120,000 questions flooded the site, proving his ‘hallyu icon’ status. The fans sent their congratulations for his first full length album One Fine Day ranking number one on Billboard’s World Albums chart and winning first place on various music programs and Jung Yong Hwa responded by saying, “Thank you. I will return the thanks with better music.”

Having released his first full length album One Fine Day on January 20, Jung Yong Hwa topped iTunes’ Album Chart in seven countries and won first place on KBS 2TV’s Music Bank and SBS’ Inkigayo, proving his popularity as a soloist.

Photo credit: FNC

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