BTS is making waves on the U.S. Billboard charts with their solo activities.

According to the latest chart (dated December 9) released by Billboard on December 5 (local time), Jungkook's solo album 'GOLDEN' rose one spot from the previous week to rank 15th on the main album chart, Billboard 200. V's solo album 'Layover' re-entered the chart at 176th place.

On the main song chart, the Hot 100, Jungkook's solo single '3D (feat. Jack Harlow)' re-entered at 72nd place. Jungkook also positioned three songs on this chart, with 'GOLDEN's title track 'Standing Next to You' at 80th and his collaboration track 'TOO MUCH' with The Kid LAROI and Central Cee at 92nd.

Jungkook continued to boast unwavering popularity on both 'Global 200' and 'Global (excluding U.S.)' charts. Despite the seasonal dominance of Carol genre tracks, 'Seven (feat. Latto)' ranked 9th and 'Standing Next to You' 10th on 'Global 200', while on 'Global (excluding U.S.)', 'Seven' secured 4th place, 'Standing Next to You' 6th, and '3D' 10th, maintaining their presence in the top 10.

Meanwhile, fellow BTS members Jimin and V are also enjoying success on global charts. Jimin's solo album 'FACE's title track 'Like Crazy' ranked 67th on 'Global (excluding U.S.)' and 112th on 'Global 200', staying in the ranking for 36 consecutive weeks. V's solo album title track 'Slow Dancing' charted for 12 consecutive weeks at 140th on 'Global (excluding U.S.)'.