Billboard has just released its latest World Albums chart, and K-pop acts are making a big splash!

ATEEZ‘s new album, ‘THE WORLD EP.FIN: WILL,’ is holding strong at No. 1 for the second week in a row. Meanwhile, Stray Kids’ ‘ROCK-STAR’ is at No. 2 for the fifth week, also making an impressive debut at No. 46 on the Billboard 200 chart.

ENHYPEN‘s ‘ORANGE BLOOD’ is sitting comfortably at No. 3 for the fourth week, and NewJeans’ ‘Get Up’ is at No. 4 for an impressive 21st consecutive week on the chart. TXT‘s ‘The Name Chapter: FREEFALL’ is also holding steady at No. 5 for the ninth consecutive week.
BTS’s 2022 anthology album ‘Proof’ is making waves too, climbing back up to No. 6 in its 79th week. SEVENTEEN‘s ‘SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN’ is at No. 7 for its eighth week, and Stray Kids’ previous album ‘★★★★★ (5-STAR)’ is making a comeback at No. 9 in its 28th week.
NCT 127’s ‘Fact Check’ is back on the rise at No. 11 for its 10th week, followed by aespa’s ‘Drama’ at No. 12 in its fifth week. FIFTY FIFTY’s ‘The Beginning’ is at No. 14 in its 11th non-consecutive week, and LE SSERAFIM’s ‘UNFORGIVEN’ rounds off the top 15 in its 30th non-consecutive week.

Congratulations to all the talented artists for their amazing achievements on the Billboard charts!

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