BTS Jin Billboard success: Singer placed five spots on World Digital Song Sales chart’s top 15

INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA - DECEMBER 03: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) BTS sings "Happy Birthday" to Jin as they perform onstage during iHeartRadio 102.7 KIIS FM's Jingle Ball 2021 presented by Capital One at The Forum on December 03, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for iHeartRadio)

BTS Army is overjoyed! Jin has recently achieved massive chart success, thanks to his fans’ unending support; how many songs made it to the top 15?

Soompi claims that the pop star surprised fans by releasing three songs titled “Super Tuna,” “Tonight,” and “Abyss” to all major music streaming platforms after previously only being available on SoundCloud and YouTube.

The songs didn’t take long to top the World Digital Song Sales chart. All three songs reached the top three on the Billboard chart.

Furthermore, his collaboration with V, “It’s Definitely You,” from the drama “Hwarang,” charted at number nine, while his solo ballad “Yours,” from the official soundtrack of “Jirisan,” charted at number twelve.

In other news, Jin’s debut single, “The Astronaut,” was released last week. He sang it with Coldplay during their “Music Of The Spheres Tour” in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Many people were surprised when BTS announced that they would take a “non-hiatus” for a few years to be enlisted in the South Korean army for mandatory service.

Jin revealed during his live stream that he had planned to enlist earlier this year but decided to delay it to participate in Busan’s bid for the World Expo 2030 in June.

He said:

“I originally planned to enlist in June but in order to be courteous to fans, I waited until our October performance.”

The Korean idol said he didn’t want to have an emotional performance, so he postponed his announcement until after their performance.

BTS confirmed last month that all seven would be required to serve in the military until 2025. Jin, the oldest boyband member at 29 years old, would be the first to be enlisted.

South Korean law requires all men between 18 and 28 to serve in the country’s military. However, after the law changed, the singer could postpone his enlistment.

Furthermore, Jin stated that he would have enlisted in the past years but decided to postpone his service after BTS achieved massive international success with their song “Dynamite.”