BTS Tops Gaon Weekly Album Chart With BTS WORLD OST

BTS has hit No. 1 on Gaon’s weekly album chart with the soundtrack for their new mobile game BTS WORLD!

On July 4, Gaon Chart announced that BTS had managed to top two separate charts for the week of June 23 to 29. Not only did the BTS WORLD OST claim No. 1 on the album chart, but the group also topped the social chart for the ninth consecutive week with their smash hit “Boy With Luv” (featuring Halsey).

Congratulations to BTS!

Check out the top five for each of Gaon’s latest weekly charts below:

Album Chart

BTS’s new BTS WORLD OST debuted at No. 1 on this week’s physical album chart, followed by Red Velvet’s “The ReVe Festival: Day 1” at No. 2 and TVXQ’s Yunho’s “True Colors” at No. 3. Super Junior’s Yesung‘s “Pink Magic” held onto its spot at No. 4, while BTS’s “Map of the Soul: Persona” stayed strong at No. 5.

Social Chart

BTS continued their reign over the social chart with “Boy With Luv” this week, while Chungha’s “Snapping” debuted on the chart at No. 2. T-ara’s “No. 9” maintained its position at No. 3, trailed by (G)I-DLE’s new title track “Uh-Oh” at No. 4 and EXID’s “Me & You” at No. 5.

Overall Digital Chart

Jang Hye Jin and Yoon Min Soo’s “Drunk on Love” rose to No. 1 on this week’s overall digital chart, followed by Kim Na Young’s “To Be Honest” at No. 2, Anne-Marie’s “2002” at No. 3, and Lim Jae Hyun’s “If There Was Practice in Love” at No. 4. Finally, Chungha’s new title track “Snapping” debuted at No. 5 on this week’s chart.

Download Chart

Chungha’s “Snapping” debuted at the top of the digital download chart this week, with Jang Hye Jin and Yoon Min Soo’s “Drunk on Love” staying strong at No. 2. SECHSKIES’s Eun Ji Won’s new solo song “I’m On Fire” debuted at No. 3, while Naomi Scott’s “Speechless” and Red Velvet’s “Zimzalabim” rounded out the top five at No. 4 and No. 5 respectively.

Streaming Chart

Jang Hye Jin and Yoon Min Soo’s “Drunk on Love” topped this week’s streaming chart, with Kim Na Young’s “To Be Honest” at No. 2, Lim Jae Hyun’s “If There Was Practice in Love” at No. 3, Anne-Marie’s “2002” at No. 4, and Davichi’s “Unspoken Words” at No. 5.

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