BTS member V has achieved remarkable results on the U.S. Billboard's main song and album charts.

According to the latest chart released by the U.S. music magazine Billboard on September 19th (local time) for the week of September 23rd, V's title track "Slow Dancing" from his debut solo album 'Layover' entered the main song chart 'Hot 100' at No. 51. Following the SBS drama OST "Christmas Tree" (No. 79) and the pre-released track "Love Me Again" (No. 96) from the same album, this marks V's third solo song to enter the 'Hot 100'.

His new album 'Layover' debuted at No. 2 on the main album chart 'Billboard 200'. According to Billboard, 'Layover' recorded sales of nearly 100,000 copies in the U.S. in its first week. This includes 88,000 physical album sales, 9,000 SEA units (sales-equivalent streams), and 3,000 TEA units (track-equivalent downloads).

With this achievement, V joins Jimin (with his album 'FACE') and Suga (with his album 'D-DAY') as Korean solo artists who have achieved the highest rankings on the 'Billboard 200'.

Additionally, 'Layover' ranked 2nd on both 'Top Album Sales' and 'Top Current Album' charts. The title track "Slow Dancing" also entered the 'Digital Song Sales' at No. 2, 'Global (Excluding U.S.)' at No. 3, and 'Global 200' at No. 4.

Meanwhile, Jungkook's solo single "Seven (feat. Latto)" maintained its No. 1 position on the 'Global (Excluding U.S.)' chart for nine consecutive weeks, setting a new record for the longest-running No. 1 by a K-pop artist. The song also remained in the upper ranks of the 'Global 200' at No. 2 and continued its long-term success on the 'Hot 100' chart at No. 44 for nine consecutive weeks.

Jimin's solo album title track "Like Crazy" ranked 43rd on the 'Global (Excluding U.S.)' and 74th on the 'Global 200', marking its 25th consecutive week on the charts.

J-Hope's solo album 'Jack In The Box' positioned itself at No. 15 on both the 'Top Current Album' and 'Top Album Sales' charts.