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Hopefully now it will be easier for your favourite K-pop groups to score a "Perfect All-Kill"!
1 May 2017 - 9:56 AM  UPDATED 1 May 2017 - 9:57 AM

 Every K-pop song's progress on the music charts are usually tracked by Instiz's iChart, which is used to determine whether a song has a achieved a certified all-kill and a perfect all-kill. However, it looks like the iChart will be undergoing some changes very soon.

Starting on May 15, Instiz's iChart will be excluding three music sites - SoribadaOlleh Music, and Monkey3 - from its chart due to fewer users on those sites. Not only will this reduce the number of music sites on iChart from 8 to 5 - MelonMnetBugsGenie, and Naver - Naver's score will now be counted twice. 

What do you think about these changes to Instiz's iChart?


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