Top 20 K-Pop Agencies That Sold The Most Albums In 2019 So Far

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A list of all the albums sold in 2019 was organized by agencies of the respective artists. The top 20 agencies were listed and the amount of albums sold as of October 2019.

Check out which agencies made the top 20:

20th. C9 Entertainment (141,832 albums)

C9’s top selling artists included Bae Jinyoung‘s solo album, CIX and Younha.

 

19th. Woollim Entertainment (145,996 albums)

Woollim’s top selling artists included Lovelyz, Nam Woohyun, Rocket Punch, Kei, and Jang Dong Woo.

 

18th. Fantagio (152,377 albums)

Fantagio’s top selling artists included ASTRO and Weki Meki.

17th. Star Crew ENT (181,332 albums)

Star Crew ENT’s top selling artists included Ha Sungwoon and No Taehyun.

 

16th. Source Music (184,439 albums)

Source Music’s top selling artist was GFRIEND.

 

15th. RBW (204,022 albums)

RBW’s top selling artists included ONEUSMAMAMOO, and Wheein‘s solo.

14th. FNC Entertainment (230,752 albums)

FNC’s top selling artists included SF9, N.Flying, Cherry Bullet, and FT ISLAND.

 

13th. Creker Entertainment (252,752 albums)

Creker Entertainment’s top selling artist was The Boyz.

 

12th. Cube Entertainment (275,109 albums)

Cube’s top selling artists included PENTAGON, BTOB, Lee Minhyuk, (G)I-DLE, Wooseok x Kuanlin, Im Hyunsik, CLC, and Lee Changseob.

11th. Brand New Music (289,701 albums)

Brand New Music’s top selling artists included AB6IX and BDC.

 

10th. KQ Entertainment (374,985 albums)

KQ’s top selling artists included ATEEZ, Heo Youngsaeng, and Park Kyung.

 

9th. Off The Record (384,516 albums)

Off The Record’s top selling artists included IZ*ONE and fromis_9.

8th. KONNECT Entertainment (503,558 albums)

KONNECT’s top selling artist was Kang Daniel.

 

7th. Starship Entertainment (634,151 albums)

Starship’s top selling artists included MONSTA X, Cosmic Girls, and Jung Sewoon.

 

6th. Swing Entertainment (811,059 albums)

Swing’s top selling artists included X1, Kim Jaehwan, and Wanna One.

5th. YG Entertainment (819,022 albums)

YG’s top selling artists included BLACKPINK, WINNER, Eun Jiwon, iKON, Jinu, Bobby, AKMU, Jennie, VIINI, Lee Hi, and Song Mino.

 

4th. Pledis Entertainment (1.884 million albums)

Pledis’s top selling artists included SEVENTEEN and NU’EST.

 

3rd. JYP Entertainment (2.167 million albums)

JYP’s top selling artists included TWICE, Stray Kids, GOT7, DAY6, ITZY, Jus2, Junho, Nichkhun, and Baek Yerin.

2nd. SM Entertainment (3.714 million albums)

SM’s top selling artists included Baekhyun, Sehun & Chanyeol, Chen, NCT Dream, Super Junior, NCT 127, Red Velvet, Taeyeon, SuperM, Uknow Yunho, Taemin, Super Junior D&E, Yesung, Kyuhyun, Yoona, NCT, EXO, Key, Ryeowook, TVXQ, Onew, Jonghyun.

 

1st. BigHit Entertainment (6.312 million albums)

BigHIt’s top selling artists included BTS and TXT.

Source: Creamdot
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