June Singer Brand Reputation Rankings Revealed

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June Singer Brand Reputation Rankings Revealed
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June Singer Brand Reputation Rankings Revealed

BIGBANGs G-Dragon has ranked first place in singer brand reputation rankings for June!

From May 23 to June 24, the Korean Business Research Institute gathered 63,006,736 pieces of brand data and analyzed aspects such as consumer brand participation, media, communication, and community. Compared to the previous analysis in April, the amount of data had decreased by 24.22 percent.

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G-Dragon came in first place with an overall brand reputation index of 7,193,604, thanks to his new song releases.

April Singer Brand Reputation Rankings Revealed
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April Singer Brand Reputation Rankings Revealed

IU has ranked first place in brand reputation rankings among singers for the month of April.

From March 20 to April 21, the Korean Business Research Institute gathered brand data and analyzed aspects such as consumer brand participation, media, communication, and community. Compared to March, the amount of data had decreased by 24.06 percent.

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IU came in first place with an overall brand reputation index of 10,286,346. Her score has jumped up 106 percent since her March ranking at No. 9, likely related to the recent successful release of her fourth studio album and the pre-release tracks leading up to its release.

June Girl Group Brand Reputation Rankings Revealed
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June Girl Group Brand Reputation Rankings Revealed

TWICE has maintained first place as the girl group with the highest brand reputation rankings in June!

The Korean Business Research Institute looked at interaction, media, communication, and community indexes of 75,483,120 pieces of big data from May 8 to June 9 to analyze the brand reputation of girl groups. This is a 29.01 percent increase from the 58,510,577 pieces of big data analyzed for the May ranking.

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June Boy Group Brand Reputation Rankings Revealed
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June Boy Group Brand Reputation Rankings Revealed

BTS has topped the boy group brand reputation rankings eight months in a row!

The Korean Business Research Institute looked at interaction, media coverage, communication, and community indexes of 81,521,300 pieces of big data from May 9 to June 10 to analyze the brand reputation of boy groups. This is a 26.47 percent increase from the 64,460,090 pieces of big data analyzed for the May rankings.

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BTS took first place on this list with an interaction index of 3,301,672 points, media coverage index of 1,539,912 points, communication index of 3,306,191 points, and a community index of 5,237,621 points for a total of 13,385,396 points. Compared to last months 9,595,360 points, their score has increased 39.50 percent.

June Movie Actor Brand Reputation Rankings Revealed
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June Movie Actor Brand Reputation Rankings Revealed

Kim Ok Bin is the first actress to top the monthly movie actor brand reputation rankings!

The Korean Business Research Institute has revealed the June brand reputation rankings for movie actors based on interaction, media, communication, and community indexes of 80,571,958 pieces of big data. This is a 22.24 percent increase from the 65,914,318 pieces of big data analyzed for the May ranking.

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An actress took first place for the first time as Kim Ok Bin received a total score of 8,360,523. Goo Chang Wan, head of the Korean Business Research Institute, explained that she captured the attention of media with the film The Villainess. He added, From the link analysis of film actress Kim Ok Bins brand, Complicated, Kill, and Dangerous, came up the most, while Villainess, Chae Seo Jin, and Cannes, came out high for the keyword analysis. The positivity-negativity analysis showed 63.89 percent positive reactions.