K-Pop Music Trend @ SBS Inkigayo [full]


Mutizen Song Winners 2012


  • 2012.01.01 – IU7th너랑 나 (You and I)3rd
  • 2012.01.08 – HyunA1st & Hyunseung1stTrouble Maker1st
  • 2012.01.15 – T-ara7thLovey-Dovey1st
  • 2012.01.22 – No Show (T-ara8thLovey-Dovey2nd)
  • 2012.01.29 – T-ara9thLovey-Dovey3rd


  • 2012.02.05 – Teen Top1st미치겠어 (Going Crazy)1st
  • 2012.02.12 – SE7EN8th내가 노래를 못해도 (When I Can’t Sing)1st
  • 2012.02.19 – SE7EN9th내가 노래를 못해도 (When I Can’t Sing)2nd
  • 2012.02.26 – F.T. Island7th지독하게 (Severely)1st


  • 2012.03.04 – miss A3rdTouch1st
  • 2012.03.11 – BIGBANG17thBLUE1st

K-Pop Music Trend

big bang boy get no.1 on kbs musik bankThe Music Trend (Korean: SBS 인기가요; previously Popular Song, romanized as Inkigayo) is a K-Pop music program broadcast by SBS. It airs live every Sunday at 3:50 PM KST. The show features some of the latest and most popular artists who perform on stage. It is currently hosted by Goo Ha-ra, IUand Nicole.

The Music Trend debuted as SBS Popular Song in 1991 as a chart show, but was canceled in Autumn 1993. It was later revived in 1998 with its original title and format. In 2003, the chart format was removed and was replaced by Take 7, where seven of the most popular artists from the week are featured and the most popular artist receives the award for Mutizen Song.

In Spring 2007, the program changed from a recorded broadcast to a live broadcast in an effort to boost ratings, as well as changing the English name to The Music Trend. On November 2, 2008, the program moved from 3:20 PM to 4:10 PM Sunday afternoons, airing before Good Sunday, also to boost ratings. In Spring 2010, the program expanded to 70 minutes beginning at 3:50 PM every Sunday.

Every week, a rookie artist or group performs live on stage. At the end of the month, a Super Rookie is chosen, through votes from The Music Trend homepage, and is featured that month

Formerly known as Mobile Ranking, the Digital Music Charts takes into consideration the popularity of songs through downloads on mobile phones as well as downloads on music sites. Every week, it features 5 ranks with a special guest(s) to host the segment.

Take 7 is the representative segment of The Music Trend. Every week, 7 of the most popular songs of that week are featured, where most artists will perform. At the end of the show, the Mutizen Song (뮤티즌송) which is the most popular song of the week receives the award. This has replaced the regular countdown charts format seen in most music programs and eliminates the need to rank artists. [wikipedia]


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