BTS's Jungkook continues his box-office success streak. Last month, Jungkook's debut solo single "Seven" clinched the number one spot on Billboard's 'Global 200' and 'Excludes U.S.' charts for four consecutive weeks.

Based on the latest charts revealed on the 16th (KST) and dated the 19th, "Seven" has managed to maintain its top position on both charts. The 'Global 200' and 'Excludes U.S.' rankings are determined based on streaming and sales data from over 200 countries worldwide, with the latter excluding data from the United States.

Jungkook is the first K-pop artist to claim the number one position on both charts for four straight weeks, drawing global attention. Furthermore, according to BigHit Music, since the inception of the 'Excludes U.S.' chart in September 2020, "Seven" is the first track to achieve over 100 million streams for four consecutive weeks.

But that's not all. The single also climbed two spots on Billboard's main singles chart 'Hot 100', marking its fourth week on the list. Previously, Jungkook followed in fellow BTS member Jimin's footsteps, becoming the second Korean solo artist to top the 'Hot 100' on July 29th. After its debut at number one, the track has been charting at 9th, 30th, and now 28th.

The BTS members continue to make waves with their individual projects. As the last member to release solo work, V is already making waves in the global charts with songs that prelude his upcoming first album on September 8th. The tracks "Love Me Again" and "Rainy Days," released on the 11th, secured the 1st and 2nd spots respectively on Billboard's 'Hot Trending Songs'.

Moreover, Jimin's solo track "Like Crazy" entered the 'Excludes U.S.' chart at 41st and the 'Global 200' at 64th, marking its 20th consecutive week on the charts. The album containing this track, "Face," also ranked 11th on the 'World Albums' chart for its 20th straight week, setting a new record for the longest charting period by a K-pop solo artist.