BTS has proved their worldwide popularity yet once again!
BTS released their third official Japanese album “FACE YOURSELF” on April 4. The album garnered great interest from domestic fans in particular after it was revealed earlier that one of the tracks on the album would be featured as the theme song for the Japanese remake of tvN’s “Signal.”
In addition to Japan, BTS’s latest album has caught the attention of fans worldwide. As of 9 a.m. KST on April 4, BTS has taken the top spot on the iTunes Album Chart for 49 different countries with “FACE YOURSELF.”
Additionally, “FACE YOURSELF” has put BTS in third place on the iTunes Album chart for the United States. With high chart rankings in Canada, Hungary, Italy, New Zealand, Czech Republic, Greece, England, and France as well, BTS has recorded a top 10 ranking in a total of 64 countries.
Finally, the tracks “Don’t Leave Me” and “Let Go” from the album have taken the top spot in the individual songs charts in 30 and five countries, respectively, solidifying BTS’s growing international status and popularity.
Update: This article has been edited to correct the number of countries, following a correction in the original source.