BTS is still reigning! Thanks to their Japanese ARMYs.

The international outstanding all-boy K-pop band, BTS, continues to dominate the Oricon Daily Album Charts for their newly released Japanese "Map Of The Soul: 7 ~ The Journey ~" album.

A week after their breakthrough album launch, "Map Of The Soul: 7 ~ The Journey ~" skyrocketed its way to the Japan-based airplay charts, Oricon, earning their number one spot again, following their Korean "Map of the Soul: 7" album in February. Check out Kpop Reporter's previous report.

BTS' "Map Of The Soul: 7 ~ The Journey ~ album carry on with their undeniable throne in Oricon's charts, making it the band's consecutive leading spot for four straight days. To date, the said album has reportedly sold an estimated 543,609 copies, Hellokpop reported.

According to Allkpop, "Map Of The Soul: 7 ~ The Journey ~" also takes the different airplay song charts across the globe. The album is currently ranking in the number one spot on iTunes Top Albums Chart in over 81 countries, owning the 56th spot in U.K.'s Official Albums Chart Top 100, and sitting in the 7th spot on the Official Album Download Chart Top 100.

To know why they're hitting the top spots of different charts around the globe, check out "Map Of The Soul: 7 ~ The Journey ~" album's lead single titled "Stay Gold" below!

The said Japanese album of the "Boy With Luv" band was released by Big Hit Entertainment, on July 14. Alongside their pre-released single "Stay Gold," the album comes with eleven more tracks.

BTS Members Top Charts Individually

Meanwhile, BTS member and crooner, Kim Seok Jin, has also dominated the iTunes chart recently with "Map Of The Soul: 7's" B-side track titled "Moon." The said track is Jin's recent solo single release that currently owns a massive 92 number 1's worldwide.

Aside from Jin, another BTS member, V, is reportedly working on his upcoming mixtape release.