BTS is making their military hiatus seem irrelevant as they continue to achieve impressive results on the Billboard charts in the United States.

As of January 30th (KST), according to the latest charts released by Billboard for February 3rd, Jungkook's solo album 'GOLDEN' has secured the 58th spot on the main album chart, 'Billboard 200'. This marks 'GOLDEN' as having the longest chart duration for a K-pop solo artist album in 'Billboard 200', with a continuous 12-week presence, thereby setting a new record.

The title track of the album, 'Standing Next to You', has climbed two places from the previous week to rank 85th on the main song chart, 'Hot 100', maintaining its chart presence for 12 consecutive weeks alongside the album.

This week's chart also draws attention to BTS's first studio album 'DARK&WILD' and their second mini-album 'Skool Luv Affair'. Released in August 2014, 'DARK&WILD' entered the 'Top Album Sales' chart for the first time at 27th place, 9 years and 5 months after its release, while 'Skool Luv Affair' re-entered the same chart at 39th place.

Both 'DARK&WILD' and 'Skool Luv Affair' have re-entered the 'World Album' chart at 10th and 14th places, respectively. In the 'World Digital Song Sales' chart, 'DARK&WILD's title track 'Danger' took the 1st place, and 'Skool Luv Affair's track 'Just One Day' came in 6th, both re-entering the chart. The anthology album 'Proof' claimed the 4th spot in the 'World Album' chart.

Furthermore, Jungkook and Jimin continue to excel in the 'Global 200' and 'Global (excluding the U.S.)' charts. 'Global 200' features Jungkook's 'Standing Next to You' at 22nd, his solo single 'Seven (feat. Latto)' at 26th, another solo single '3D (feat. Jack Harlow)' at 79th, and Jimin's debut solo album 'FACE's title track 'Like Crazy' at 127th. In 'Global (excluding the U.S.)', 'Seven', 'Standing Next to You', '3D', and 'Like Crazy' are placed at 17th, 19th, 51st, and 92nd, respectively.