A little over a week ago, Lisa, best known as one of the four members of the internationally beloved girl group Blackpink, finally soloed on her own first single, “Lalisa.” The song was a huge hit in her home country, the featured single album was first opened in each tally, and the visuals she released with the song itself were a huge success on YouTube.
“Lisa” appeared this week as the most watched music video in the world, defeating the second clip many times. In South Korea, where she’s a common name, Lisa’s first solo smash dominated the YouTube charts, beating all other titles by a considerable margin.
This week, let’s take a look at three ways Lisa dominates the Korean YouTube charts.
No.1 music video
Lisa’s debut smash “La Lisa” ranked first in the weekly ranking of the most watched music videos in South Korea, winning a mile. The must-see visual recorded a whopping 3.55 million views nationwide in the first week of its availability. “Lisa” is the only title in South Korea that has received more than 1 million clicks during this period. Surprisingly, another upload featuring Lisa playing a single in a different setting also starts in 4th place with 715,000 plays, making it one of the most popular in the country.
3 times the runner-up
“Lisa” not only wins the week on the Korean YouTube chart, but also easily outperforms the runner-up. Lisa’s solo music video has recorded 977,000 plays in the past tracking period, beating Lee Hi’s “red lipstick”, which ranked second in this frame. In other words, “Larisa” is more than 3.5 times more than “Red Lipstick”.
Beyond the rest of the top 5
“Lalisa” debuts in the weekly YouTube rankings of Korea’s most watched videos, so it’s not just better than the second and subsequent visuals. Lisa’s first upload actually won more play than the combined number of remaining titles in the top five in the first week of availability.
“Larisa” was played more in South Korea last week than the combination of “Red Lipstick” (No. 2, 977,000) and Lim Young-woong’s “Meister Lee Love” (No. 3, 748,000). .. “Special Stage” version of “Lalisa” (No. 4, 715,000) and “Lemonade” of NCT 127 (No. 5, 644,000).