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BTS's hit song "Dynamite" broke the record of entering Korea's longest chart of "Gangnam Style" on the Billboard main single chart "Hot 100."
On the latest Hot 100 chart released by Billboard on the 6th, "Dynamite" ranked 30th, keeping the chart for 32 consecutive weeks. Although the ranking dropped slightly from last week's rank 26th, it succeeded in winning the top spot.
As a result, "Dynamite" broke the record of the longest entry of a Korean singer for 31 weeks set earlier by Psy's global hit "Gangnam Style."
Billboard excludes songs that have been on the chart for more than 20 weeks to reflect the latest hit song flow from the Hot 100 chart if they drop to the top 50.
However, 'Dynamite' has never fallen out of the top 50 since its release.
Released on August 21 last year, "Dynamite" became the first Korean singer to reach the top of the Hot 100 and made a mark in pop music history, and has since been steadily consumed and established itself as a popular hit.
After BTS performed at the Grammy Awards on the 14th of last month, the ranking rose for two consecutive weeks and "reversed toward top ranking."
According to Billboard, the song also topped the "Digital Song Sales" chart, which ranks as a download of music, for the 18th week, the highest record in its history.