BTS (방탄소년단) has done it, guys! The K-pop group scored the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with their song “Dynamite”.

Interestingly, the seven-member crew also set the record as the first Korean artist to reach the highest peak in the chart. The impressive feat was previously held by PSY’s 2012 hit “Gangnam Style”, which peaked at number two for seven weeks.

 

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In response, the members took to social media to celebrate the happy news with their fans (mostly known as ARMYs). They also didn’t forget to express their gratitude to their loyal supporters for making their dreams come to realisation. Well, we have no doubt that the boys had the most adorable and relatable reaction to this.

Jin wrote, “First on Billboard with ‘Dynamite’ – BTS with ARMY. It’s so exciting. Jungkook is getting such an amazing birthday present.” For the uninitiated, the announcement came just in time with Jungkook’s birthday today (Tuesday, 1st September). The maknae (youngest) member of the group has yet to address the news on social media.

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Jimin later posted a series of tweets to express his thrill about the achievement. “I’m still crying hyung (brother),” Jimin tweeted, before adding, “I just talked to Suga (about this), but I’m really grateful. Thank you so much ARMYs. I’m not sure how to write this ㅠㅠㅠㅜㅜㅠㅠㅠㅠ Just keep crying ㅠㅠㅠㅠㅠㅠ”

In another social media update, the Busan-born idol wrote that he couldn’t fall asleep, seemingly overwhelmed by the news. Unable to come up with more words to describe his feelings, he then went on to thank ARMYs over and over again. “This is insane. But you guys made this and you guys are the ones who should be celebrated. I hope you will feel as good as about this top spot. Thank you and thank you again,” wrote Jimin.

Previously, their song “On”, which was released back in February, peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Congrats, BTS! 💜

Source: Billboard.

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Syahrul
Graduated with a major in K-pop studies... (lol jk 😆)