Jimin of BTS has once again etched his name in the history of K-pop, achieving the highest performance among Korean soloists on Billboard’s year-end charts.
The Like Crazy singer secured an impressive 13 entries in 12 categories. This remarkable achievement not only sets a new record for K-pop soloists but also highlights Jimin’s incredible versatility and musical prowess.
Jimin’s debut solo album FACE achieved a groundbreaking milestone by ranking 193rd on the prestigious Billboard 200 year-end chart. This remarkable achievement marks Jimin as the first Korean solo singer to chart on this prominent platform.
Jimin’s debut solo album FACE secured an impressive 5th place on the World Album year-end chart. Not only that, but it also achieved 25th place in Top Album Sales and 18th place in Top Current Album Sales. To top it all off, FACE has become the most successful K-pop solo album, despite being a mini album with just six songs.
The title song Like Crazy from the album FACE has achieved a remarkable feat by ranking 5th on the Digital Song Sales chart. This achievement is historic as it marks the first Korean song and Asian solo song to reach the top 5 in the chart’s history.
Additionally, the pre-released song Set Me Free Part 2 also made its mark by ranking 29th on the accompanying chart. With this Jimin’s placed two songs from one album in the top 30 on the prestigious chart.
Moreover, Like Crazy by Jimin ranked 61st on the Global 200 chart and 46th on the Global (excluding the US) chart.
In addition, Jimin ranked 6th in the artist category, 56th on the Global 200 Artists chart and 40th on the Global (excluding the United States) Artist chart.
Moreover, he was the only Korean solo singer to rank 7th on the World Album Artist chart and 25th on the Top Album Sales Artist chart.
Lastly, the talented BTS vocalist recorded the most entries as a Korean solo singer with a total of 13 on Billboard’s year-end charts.