Jungkook’s Chart-Topping Success: BTS Member Dominates Billboard Hot 100

Jungkook's Solo Hits Re-enter Billboard's Hot 100

Jungkook's Chart-Topping Success: BTS Member Dominates Billboard Hot 100


As BTS, the world-renowned K-pop group, prepares for their military enlistment, member Jungkook continues to make waves on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart. His solo endeavor ‘3D’ has made a remarkable re-entry into the chart, landing at the 72nd position in the latest ranking dated December 6. The track’s re-entry follows its initial release on December 5th, local time.

Another of Jungkook’s singles, ‘Standing Next to You,’ has consistently maintained its chart presence, albeit with a slight dip to the 80th spot from its previous week’s ranking. This demonstrates the enduring appeal of his music among fans and listeners.

Adding to his list of achievements, Jungkook’s collaborative track ‘Too Much,’ featuring The Kid LAROI and Central Cee, has climbed to the 92nd position. Remarkably, this marks its sixth week on the Billboard Hot 100, a testament to its lasting popularity.

Despite the chart being dominated by holiday classics like Mariah Carey’s iconic ‘All I Want for Christmas Is You,’ Jungkook’s tracks stand out, showcasing his significant impact in the music industry.

Jungkook’s influence isn’t limited to the U.S. charts alone. On the global stage, his music continues to resonate strongly. In the Billboard ‘Global 200,’ his song ‘Seven’ has secured the 9th spot, while ‘Standing Next to You’ is close behind at 10th place. In the ‘Global (Excluding U.S.)’ chart, ‘Seven’ impressively holds the 4th position, ‘Standing Next to You’ at 6th, and ‘3D’ at 10th, further solidifying Jungkook’s status as a global music icon.

Jungkook’s continued success on both domestic and international charts highlights his global influence and the unwavering support of his fans. As BTS members embark on their military service, Jungkook’s musical legacy continues to shine, promising more chart-topping hits in the future.

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