WEEKLY CHARTS: OCTOBER 25 - OCTOBER 31
As the month comes to a close, this week’s charts wrap up October with surprises. While romantic ballads continue to set the mood for fall, heartfelt tracks cherishing old flames and soulful releases begging for forgiveness create an ambiance as frigid as the chilling weather.
LOVE IN THE AIR
DAVICHI enchants listeners with “Falling in Love” from the Beauty Inside OST Part 3, released on October 16. The duo lends their charming voices to share a special story of a developing romance with blooming feelings that envelop the entire being. Even if their lover is absent, their presence resonates with every breath and blink that passes until they meet again. Haeri and Minkyung’s vocals accompanied by an orchestra produces a dreamy ambiance that expresses the feeling of falling in love similar to a fairytale. Topping the Mnet chart at number two, this ballad OST will transport you into your own love story.
FORGIVE & FORGET
Sam Kim sends his sincerest apologies with “Make Up” from his recent EP Sun and Moon Part 1, released on October 23. Recovering from a recent argument, Sam Kim and Crush serenade their way to forgiveness with this R&B track. Sam Kim remorsefully addresses his guilt, wanting resolution and to speak to his heartbroken friend. Even at the end of the music video, viewers witness his remorse as guilt consumes him, and he pleads guilty to being at fault. Currently charting at 22 on Instiz and the seventh spot on Bugs!, let “Make Up”’s honest lyrics resolve any arguments in no time.
HIGHLIGHT shares heartfelt farewells with “Take Care,” released on October 29. Rather than shedding tears, the members cherish the memories shared with their past loved ones with their latest ballad, sending their best wishes as they part ways. Even as they move forward, their memories assure them with wishful thinking, hoping their exes will someday find their way back and comfort them with open arms. Taking the fourth spot on MelOn and fifth on Soribada, “Take Care” expresses the raw emotion that still lingers after the final goodbye.