Sechs Kies’ new song No. 1 in Korean charts

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Sechs Kies’ new song No. 1 in Korean charts


Sechs Kies, a K-pop boy group from the late ’90s reunited after 16 years, topped every major Korean music chart on Friday with their comeback single “Three Words.”

Some of the charts include Melon, Genie, Naver Music, Mnet, Soribada and Bugs Music. The song was able to knock ballad singer Park Hyo-shin’s long-reigning single “Breath” down to No. 2.

The idol group also topped music charts overseas including the QQ Music Chart in China.

The track was written and composed by YG Entertainment producers Tablo and Future Bounce.

“I can’t believe we just topped all of the music charts,” group member Kang Sung-hoon said on his official Instagram account. “Thank you to all of the hard-working members of the YG staff.”

The recently reunited boy band made their comeback in April on MBC variety program “Infinite Challenge,” appearing together for the first time in 16 years since their disbandment.

They signed with their current record label, YG Entertainment, in May and recently wrapped up their reunion concert tour in September.

By Chung Jin-hong
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