Top 10 best selling South Korean albums in the world in 2015-2016, best-selling albums in South Korea.
Trendy KPOP groups and their amazing albums: Day by day the Korean music industry is going high in the international market. There are KPOP music groups, and they have a huge fan following in the market. The current KPOP world is very competitive as all of them are introducing new songs in the market and they all are becoming hit. They have a huge demand in the market mainly by the Korean young teenagers. There are many Korean companies who are introducing many KPOP groups and they are the most cool groups in the music industry. Here, in this article we will list some of the famous KPOP albums.
List of Top 10 KOP Albums 2015-2016
If you are a true lover of KPOP music then it’s important on your part to know which albums made their place in the top 10 bestselling albums for the year 2015 currently.
Below in this list there are top 10 best KPOP albums which are very famous among the young generations.
1. MAMACITA / This Is Love This album had been released by the famous boy’s Korean group Super Junior. The songs in the album are wonderfully sung and thus they are very famous among the teenagers. The bits of all the songs in the album are very good and thus they are in the high demand among the youth.
2. Overdose (EXO) 3. Mr. Mr. (SNSD) 4. Got it? (GOT7) 5. Season 2 / Be Back (INFINITE) 6. Skool Luv Affair (BTS) 7. Crush (2NE1) 8. First Sensibility (B.A.P) 9. Tense / Spellbound (TVXQ) 10. Red Light (F(x))
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