Jungkook ousts other artists from top 10 [GLOBAL K-POP CHART]

Jungkook at NBC's "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" [Todd Owyoung/NBC]

Jungkook had four songs in the top 10 of Circle Chart's Global K-pop Chart in the first week of November.

But now he has seven.

Circle Chart's Global K-pop weekly chart for the second week of November, from Nov. 5 to Nov. 11, saw "Standing Next to You," the lead track from Jungkook's first full-length album "Golden" on top of the chart, followed only by "3D (feat. Jack Harlow)," last week's number one song of the chart.

Jungkook's "3D" also remained on Billboard's Hot 100 chart for the week of Nov. 11 at No. 100.

"Standing Next to You" debuted at No. 7 on the Global K-pop weekly chart for the first week of November upon its release in the same week.

More impressively, in addition to "Standing Next to You" and "3D," Jungkook had 10 songs ranking in the top 15 of the chart: the explicit and the clean versions of "Seven" coming in at No. 4 and 5, followed by "Yes or No" at No. 6, "Hate You" on No. 9, "Please Don't Change (feat. DJ Snake)" on No. 10, "Closer to You (feat. Major Lazer)" on Nov. 12, "Somebody" on No. 13, "Too Sad to Dance" on No. 14 and "Shot Glass of Tears" landing at No. 16.

Girl group Le Sserafim [SOURCE MUSIC]

Le Sserafim's English single "Perfect Night" remained at No. 3, proving the song's popularity since its release. The digital single was released in collaboration with Blizzard Entertainment's online multiplayer shooter game Overwatch 2.

Other songs in the top 15 went down in rankings. IVE's "Baddie" and NewsJeans's "Super Shy" each went two steps lower to No. 7 and No. 8, respectively. Jennie's "You & Me" also went two steps down to No. 11, and Jimin's "Like Crazy" went down three steps to No. 15.

Circle Chart's Global K-pop Chart combines streaming data from platforms worldwide, including Korean steaming services Melon, Genie, Flo, Bugs, Vibe and international streaming services Apple Music, Spotify and YouTube.