Jungkook's 'GOLDEN’ Breaks K-pop Solo Album Charting Record, Jumps 60 Places on Billboard 200

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Following its initial release nearly four months ago, the solo debut album 'GOLDEN' by BTS member Jungkook is making a remarkable comeback on the esteemed Billboard 200 chart. Recent data from Billboard, revealed on February 27, highlights 'GOLDEN' soaring an impressive 62 spots on the Top 200 Albums chart compared to the previous week. Initially debuting at No. 2 back in November, 'GOLDEN' has surged back to No. 75 in its 16th consecutive week on the Billboard 200.

'GOLDEN' now makes history as the first album by a Korean solo artist to maintain a solid presence on the Billboard 200 for 16 weeks. Additionally, Jungkook extends his own record as the longest-charting K-pop soloist on Billboard's Artist 100, securing the 41st spot in his 28th week on the chart. His title track, 'Standing Next to You', continues its presence on Billboard's Hot 100 for an impressive 16th week at No. 81. The track also rises to No. 4 on the Digital Song Sales chart and maintains its position at No. 22 on the Pop Airplay chart.

Meanwhile, 'GOLDEN' continues to hold its ground, securing the No. 18 position on Billboard's Top Current Album Sales chart, with a climb to No. 24 on the Top Album Sales chart.

Moreover,, all three singles from 'GOLDEN' exhibit strong performances on both of Billboard's global charts this week. On the Global Excl. U.S. chart, 'Seven' (featuring Latto) claims the No. 18 spot, followed closely by 'Standing Next to You' at No. 24 and '3D' (featuring Jack Harlow) at No. 74. The Global 200 chart also sees Jungkook's tracks making waves, with 'Seven' ascending to No. 27, 'Standing Next to You' at No. 28, and '3D' securing the No. 108 position.