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BTS 'Dynamite' maintained the top 10 Billboard Hot 100 for 13 weeks…Korea's longest record as a year
Group BTS's "Dynamite" re-entered the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, rewriting the longest record history by a Korean singer.

According to the latest chart (January 9th) released by Billboard, a U.S. music media outlet, on the 5th (local time), BTS's "Dynamic" ranked fifth on the Billboard's main single chart "Hot 100".

With the release on August 21 last year, BTS became the first Korean singer to top the Hot 100 chart and reached the Top 10 of the Hot 100 chart for more than 13 weeks, breaking the record for the longest time by a Korean singer.

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In addition to the "Hot 100" chart, "Dynamite" ranked first in the "Global (excluding the U.S.) chart, which ranks more than 200 regions around the world, and third in the "Global 200," showing its momentum as a "global hit song."

'Dynamite' showed off its unabated popularity on Billboard's other charts. "Digital Song Sales" topped the chart for 12 weeks, ranking 11th in "Adult Pop Song", 16th in "Adult Contemporary Pop Song", 17th in "Pop Song", 12th in "CHR/Top 40" and 20th in "Canada All-Fortemort Air Play" and 21st in Radio".

In addition, the new album "BE (Deluxe Edition)" and the title track "Life Goes On," which were released simultaneously around the world on November 20, also achieved remarkable results on several charts. "BE" ranked 21st on the main album chart "Billboard 200," followed by "World Album," "Independent Album," and "Top Album Sales" and "Top Current Album Sales." The title song 'Life Goes On' ranked second in 'World Digital Song Sales', 32nd in 'Digital Song Sales', and 61st in 'Global (excluding the United States).
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