Sunday, March 15, 2020

BTS V proved his global popularity after topped iTunes charts in 77 countries only with an OST of drama.



BTS V proved his global popularity.

V released "Sweet Night," the OST for "Itaewon Class," on local and foreign music sites on Friday. The song topped iTunes Top Song charts in 77 countries around the world.

The top-ranked countries are including United States, Britain, France, Canada, Italy, Brazil, Russia, Portugal, Belgium, Indonesia, Denmark and Argentina.

It is the third-highest record among all-time. Korean singers who topping the list is BTS' "Black Swan," in 93 countries, and Psy's "Gangnam Style," in 86 countries. J-Hope's "Chicken Noodle Soup" followed in fourth place.



His record in the United States stood out. It was entered the top 10 iTunes charts in the U.S. He is the first K-pop artist to do so.

The response was also hot in Europe. In particular, he became the second K-pop singer to top the iTunes Top Song chart after Psy in Britain. It is also noteworthy that it was a song released as an OST for a Korean drama.

"Sweet Night" is an indie pop genre with an acoustic feel. V participated in producing and singing by himself. It was written as a theme song in the drama by V's best friend Park Seojoon (played by Park Sae-roi).

"Sweet Night" was inserted in the 13th episode of "Itaewon Class." V's song played in the conversation scene between Park Saeroi and Jo Yiseo.



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