Only This K Pop Group Made The Top Search List In 2017

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Only This K-Pop Group Made The Top Search List In 2017
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Only This K-Pop Group Made The Top Search List In 2017

The top search results have been released for Korea's search engines in 2017. Among the many unique things Korean people searched, mainly TV programs and video games, only one idol group made it to the top of the list!

As expected, the nation's newly beloved girl group and international phenomenon, TWICE made it to the top of the searches. However, the girl group made it in by a hair on the top 15 list as they ranked at 15th place in the searches.

Due to their recent comebacks and releases such as "Knock Knock" and "Signal," TWICE have had a lot of activities that keep them busy in the year 2017. Their internationalfame and work overseas also helped boost their scores as everyone was curious as to who this rookie is and how they are dominating the K-Pop scene!

EXO is the only K-pop group on Billboard's top boxscore list
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EXO is the only K-pop group on Billboard's top boxscore list

EXO is the only K-pop group on Billboard's Current Boxscore list.

The boxscore chart lists the top 100 shows (individual shows, not tours) that have been held in the USA. EXO is the only K-pop act on the list at #8 with the Los Angeles leg of their 'EXO'r'DIUM' tour.

SEE ALSO: EXO wrap up their successful North American tour

The boys sold 8668 seats out of a total of 9739 that they opened in The Forum, to a total sales amount of $1,436,158 USD. 

Congratulations to EXO!

EXO In The Top 10 List Of Billboard’s Boxscore Chart, The Group Earned $1 Million From A Single US Concert
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EXO In The Top 10 List Of Billboard’s Boxscore Chart, The Group Earned $1 Million From A Single US Concert

EXO lands on the 8th position of Billboard's Boxscore Chart, which is also the only K-Pop group in the list. The boxscore chart exhibits the top 100 highest gross ticket sales from venues.

Soompi reported, EXO ranks number 8 with its EXO'rDIUM tour at The Forum in Inglewood, California on April, 28. The concert has raised $1,436,158, which means 8,668 out of 9,739 were sold out. The ticket prices ranged from $80, $100, $180, and $215.

The reported revenue showed on Billboard's Boxscore Chart doesn't include revenue from merchandise and other streams. The data was obtained from concert promoters, booking agents, venues, and artist managers, but not all concert promoters are willing to report their data to Billboard.

BTS is now the only K-pop group on Billboard's top boxscore list
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BTS is now the only K-pop group on Billboard's top boxscore list

On the latest Billboard Boxscore list, BTS is the only K-pop group on the list.

It lists the top 100 individual shows around the world. BTS placed #4 through their May 26 concert in Sydney, Australia at the Qudos Bank Arena. By filling 11,023 seats out of 11,424, and garnering a gross sales amount of $2,054,650, they have placed themselves within the top five of this particular list.

Ten days ago, EXO was the only group to be on this list and now BTS is also on this list. Much respect and congratulations to both groups for accomplishing such a feat!

BTS To Be Nominated For ‘2017 Teen Choice Awards,’ Group Gearing Up For Comeback
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BTS To Be Nominated For ‘2017 Teen Choice Awards,’ Group Gearing Up For Comeback

2017 remains a strong year for Bangtan Boys. After being awarded as Top Social Artist of the year on "Billboard Music Awards 2017," BTS is now eyeing another international award.

ARMY is now on a mission to get BTS nominated for an award on "Teen Choice Awards 2017." The loyal fandom of BTS aims to dominate Twitter with #TeenChoice as they try to tweet out BTS and the members for various categories in music and dancing, as per Allkpop.

For a brief moment, the hashtag was able to top Worldwide Trends, as voting time is over today. Meanwhile, "Teen Choice Awards 2017" will be held on Sunday, August 13 in Los Angeles.