That Lee Hi Reign Just Won’t Let Up: K-pop Princess Nabs Another Week at No. 1
Posted by Newson 11/15/2012 at 10:47 PM
When Lee Hi titled her first single “18.104.22.168″, was she predicting how many weeks it would spend at No. 1? While the song hasn’t quite reached the magic number four yet, it has just clocked in its second consecutive week at the top of Korea’s official singles chart–and with the pop-soul throwback still dominating the country’s digital charts, a third week on the throne is virtually guaranteed.
The 16-year-old also looks set to dominate Korea’s music programs for the foreseeable future, landing her first victory yesterday when she defeated Ailee’s Gloria Gaynor-inspired disco anthem “I’ll Show You” on M! Countdown.
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