Korean idol group Super Junior has topped various year-end music charts in Asia with their hit single "Sorry, Sorry", according to a press release by SM Entertainment on Wednesday.
"Sorry", the title track from their third album, took first place on Channel [V]'s "Asian TOP 50 Year End 2009" music chart in Thailand, decided by the highest number of viewer requests the song had received during the past year via the Internet and post mail.
The group had previously topped the broadcaster's year-end "Top 100 of 2007 International Chart" with their hit single "Happiness".
The 13-member boy band also ranked No.1 on the "2009 100 Singles Chart" released by Taiwan's radio channel Hit Fm. The songs were ranked according to the combined number of online votes, listeners' requests and Hit Fm's weekly music charts. "Sorry" reportedly received 250,000 votes in a survey conducted last month.
The hit single also stayed at No. 1 on Taiwanese music site KKBOX's "Singles Top 100 Weekly Chart" for the 30th consecutive week.
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