Jungkook breaks record for most weeks spent on Billboard 200 among K-pop soloists

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BTS's Jungkook's solo album "Golden" has now spent nine consecutive weeks on the Billboard 200 albums chart since its release, making it the longest-charting album by a K-pop solo artist.

"Golden," released on Nov. 3, sat at No. 28 on the chart as of the week of Jan. 13.

The album's lead track, "Standing Next to You," sat at No. 70, up 27 spots from the previous week, on the Hot 100 singles chart, also staying on the chart for nine consecutive weeks.

Jungkook reentered the top 10 of the Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Excl. US charts.

"Seven (feat. Latto)" sat at No. 9 on the Billboard Global 200. The track sat at No. 4 on the Billboard Global Excl. US, followed by "Standing Next to You" at No. 7.

Jungkook's bandmates, V and Jimin, also charted in several Billboard charts.

V's "wherever u r," a collaboration with American singer-songwriter UMI, sat at No. 5 on the Digital Song Sales chart; No. 64 on the Billboard Global Excl. US; and No. 99 on the Billboard Global 200.

Jimin's first solo album "FACE" sat at No. 12 on the World Albums chart. Its lead track, "Like Crazy," sat at No. 74 on the Billboard Global Excl. US and No. 96 on the Billboard Global 200.

All members of BTS are currently completing their mandatory military service. They are expected to finish by June 2025.

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