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CNBLUE's "I'm Sorry" Most Well-Loved Korean Track in Taiwan for 2013

CNBLUE's "I'm Sorry" track is the most loved Korean song in Taiwan in 2013, ranking 6 out of 100 on the annual chart.

Mar 29, 2014 08:52 AM GMT
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CNBLUE's "I'm Sorry" track is the most loved Korean song in Taiwan in 2013.

According to FNC Entertainment's announcement on March 26, Taiwanese ranking program Hit FM recently unveiled the top 100 singles chart for the whole month of 2013. CNBUE's "I'm Sorry" landed on the sixth spot, becoming the highest ranking Korean tune on the list.

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Out of 100 tracks included on the list, 54 are Chinese songs, 18 were international songs, and the remaining 17 are Korean tracks.

Hit FM's Top 100 is an annual listing of the year's best hits. It usually includes, but is not limited to, Chinese, Korean, Asian, and Western songs. The rankings are determined by radio play, album sales, internet popularity, and online polls. For 2013, over 10 million people cast their votes.

Meanwhile, CNBLUE will conclude their promotions for "Can't Stop" this week, and will begin preparations for their upcoming concert tour this summer.


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