For years now, K-pop musicians have demonstrated that they can sell albums like few left in the music industry. The most popular singers and groups regularly dominate Billboard’s sales charts with their latest releases, as fans across the U.S. continue to purchase–not just stream–their albums and EPs. This frame, some of the top stars in the genre prove this ability once again in a rather impressive manner.

This week, 20% of all the spots on Billboard’s Top Album Sales chart are owned by K-pop acts. The ranking tracks which titles actually sell the most copies every frame in the United States. That differentiates it from the Billboard 200, which ranks albums in terms of consumption, which also includes streaming activity.

Amazingly, there are no debuts on the Top Album Sales chart from K-pop musicians this frame. All 10 of the titles present on the ranking this time around from South Korean superstars have already spent time on the tally, and they remain popular enough to hold on again. A handful return to the list, but they’ve already placed on the roster before.

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