BTS V ranked first in the popularity ranking for 45 consecutive weeks on the Japanese Kpop idol ranking site ‘Nehan.’
V is making a remarkable record by showing off his unrivaled influence in various indicators in Japan, such as voting and music releases, without local promotions.
In the ‘KPOP Male Idol Ranking’ poll of the popular Japanese idol ranking site ‘Nehan‘ held from January 31 to February 6, BTS V won 19,286 votes, ranking first for 45 weeks in a row. Again, he broke his own record.
He also took first place for 41 consecutive weeks with 16,110 votes in the ‘Korean Actors In Their 20s’ ranking of the Japanese popular ranking site for Korean actors, ‘Bihan.’
In addition, he won the title of the only celebrity to surpass 1 million votes for the first time since the ranking began as well as No. 1 in the entire period on the popular site ‘KPOP JUICE,’ which deals with popular KPOP idol rankings and audition information.
In addition, BTS V achieved the No. 1 KPOP male idol ranking and the most popular Korean male member on Japan’s popular voting site ‘Ranking,’ which reflects real-time trends. Also, V ranked first in the world’s most handsome and popular Korean male idol rankings.
As such, V has received all the famous rankings in Japan and maintained the top spot for a long time. He is showing off his No. 1 popularity in Japan, which is also a strong music player in the Japanese music market.
BTS V’s OST ‘Christmas Tree’ has dominated various charts since it ranked 29th in Billboard Japan’s Hot 100.
It was the first Korean OST to enter the Spotify Weekly chart. It topped Shazam Japan’s Top 200 chart for a total of 41 days as of February 7. In fact, it is the highest record set by an overseas artist.
Also, it topped the Oricon Daily Digital Single ranking chart with 11,771 downloads, the highest number among Kpop soloists. Then, it topped the iTunes Top Song Chart in two hours, the shortest time, and maintained its No. 1 position for more than 89 hours.
BTS V showed off his strong influence despite fierce competition among domestic singers in Japan. His songs were also selected several times for Japanese radio, which has high entry barriers.
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