BTS Jungkook's solo album 'Golden' ranked 3rd on the UK Official Album Chart.
BTS Jungkook's solo album 'Golden' ranked 3rd on the UK Official Album Chart.
BTS Jungkook set another record on the UK Official Chart.

According to the latest chart released by the British Official Charts on the 11th (Korean time), BTS Jungkook's solo album 'GOLDEN' entered the album chart at 3rd place, recording the highest ranking for a K-pop solo artist album of all time. The album's title song 'Standing Next to You' ranked 6th on the single chart.

As a result, Jung Kook follows the collaboration song with Charlie Puth released last year, 'Left and Right (Feat. Jung Kook of BTS)' (41st place), and this year's solo singles 'Seven (feat. Latto)' (3rd place) and '3D ( feat. Jack Harlow' (5th place), The Kid LAROI', a collaboration song with Central Cee, 'TOO MUCH' (10th place), and 'Standing Next to You'. entered the official single chart.

All four of Jungkook's recently released songs, from 'Seven' to 'Standing Next to You', were placed in the 'Top 10' of this chart. Previously, BTS entered with ‘Dynamite’ (3rd place), ‘Butter’ (3rd place), ‘Life Goes On’ (10th place), and ‘My Universe’ (3rd place), a collaboration with Coldplay. became the only Korean singer to have four songs each as a group and solo in the official single chart's 'Top 10'.

In this week's Official Singles Chart, in addition to 'Standing Next to You', 'Seven', which was released last July, re-entered the chart at 35th place, '3D' rebounded 13 places from the previous week and charted for 6 consecutive weeks at 45th place, and 'TOO MUCH' ' was ranked 43rd for three consecutive weeks.

'GOLDEN' entered the top album chart announced by the French Music Society (SNEP) on the latest (November 10th). The title song 'Standing Next to You' went straight to first place on the 'Weekly Top Song Global' chart released by Spotify, the world's largest music streaming platform, on the 10th, and 'Seven' rebounded to third place, accelerating its global popularity. .

Kim Ji-won, Ten Asia reporter translated by google