NU’EST is only headed onward and upward, and their brand reputation rankings this month are all the proof you need.
NU’EST is winning everybody’s hearts, and their group brand rankings are all the proof you need. The Korean Business Research Institute has recently revealed this month’s group brand reputation rankings, and NU’EST has landed the second spot.
This month, NU’EST scored a brand reputation index of 4,772,695. Although the group’s score decreased by 6.85%, their score made this their highest ranking the group has achieved in their career. The group scored a participation index of 4,772,695, a 778,888 media index, a 2,531,840 communication index, and a 1,035,926 consumer interest index.
This month’s rankings were measured by data taken from April 9 to May 10. The Korean Business Research Institute saw a 3.20% increase in data gathering, collecting 74,445,733 pieces of data from entertainment companies. Idols were ranked based on participation, media, and consumer interest indexes.
NU’EST recently made a smashing comeback with mini album, Happily Ever After. Its title track, “BET BET” took the top position on domestic real-time charts such as Mnet, Bugs, Naver Music, and Soribada. Happily Ever After came on top of real-time, daily, and weekly charts on various online album sales sites including Synnara Records, Yes24, and Hottracks.
The boys also extended their success to the iTunes Album Charts, clinching the number one spot on iTunes Album Chart in 13 countries. Additionally, Happily Ever After ranked fourth on the Worldwide iTunes Album Chart.
JR, Aron, Baekho, Min Hyun, and Ren are gearing up to bring their best performances to Asia with 2019 NU’EST Tour <Segno>. NU’EST will meet Thai LOVEs for a two-day concert happening on July 20 and 21 at the Thunder Dome, Muang Thong Thani in Bangkok.
Meanwhile, fans in Jakarta will see the boy group on August 3 at the Istora Senayan, Jakarta. Philippine LOVEs will also see their favorite boys live on August 31 at the Araneta Coliseum. NU’EST will then be taking the stage at Kuala Lumpur and Taipei.