K-pop boy band SHINee topped Korea's music charts with their single "Ring Ding Dong" for the second week in a row.
The idol group took the Mutizen Song award on Sunday's "Inkigayo" with their latest single "Ring", winning the title over other contenders such as BEAST, Kim Tae-woo, Leesang, MBLAQ, SS501 and Wheesung.
The group performed without member Onew, who sat out from the show due to being diagnosed with the influenza flu. Jonghyun, on the other hand, returned to the group after having recovered from the virus.
The five-member boy band also took the top spot on KBS2 TV's "Music Bank" for the second week on Friday.
SHINee, one of the most popular idol groups in Korea, has had several K-pop hits, most notably their debut single "Older Girl, You're So Pretty" and hit tune "Juliette" earlier this year. They are currently promoting the recently-released mini-album "2009, Year Of Us".
Sunday's "Inkigayo" also featured the solo debut performance of Park Bom of 2NE1, who sang "You and I", and comeback perfomances by girl bands Brown Eyed Girls and f(x).