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BTS' Jungkook continues to dominate charts amid military service

BTS vocalist Jungkook recently topped the Billboard charts, titled as 'one of the top 100 K-pop artists'

By Web Desk
March 01, 2024
BTS Jungkook continues to make history on Billboard
BTS Jungkook continues to make history on Billboard

BTS vocalist Jungkook recently topped the Billboard charts as one of the top 100 K-pop artists.

The BTS member largely dominated the charts, and was followed by all members of Stray Kids, Fifty Fifty, NewJeans, Tomorrow X Together, Seventeen, Ateez, Emhypen, TWICE, BTS, BLACKPINK, Le Sserafim, aespa, NCT 127, NCT Dream, (G)I-dle and ITZY.

Billboard exclusively stated in an article that featured the ranking, revealing: "In 2023, Jungkook truly embraced his nickname as BTS' 'golden' star."

Commenting on the K-pop idol’s spectacular numbers, the platform added: "His official debut solo single 'Seven' featuring Latto not only debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart but spent seven weeks atop the Billboard Global 200, was the No. 1 Global Song of the Summer and won Top Global K-Pop Song at the Billboard Music Awards."

Previously, Billboard announced that Billboard Korea was in the pipeline, with an inaugural issue of K Volume 1 slated to release in June.

Even when serving in his mandatory military services, Jungkook continued to dominate the charts with his songs, securing top spots on the platform.