K-Pop domination! ARMY made its presence felt on the platforms and gave BTS another 

record to their account. That's because the K-Pop boygrup has become the profile of a male artist with 

the most subscribers on YouTube. After reaching no less than 70 million subscribers, the

South Korean act has surpassed none other than Justin Bieber in this regard. Until then the leader in the charts.

The seven-piece boy band is now also the second act to reach this number, following the K-pop phenomenon BLACKPINK, which

remains at the top of the overall ranking with an unbelievable 76.5 million subscribers. Consisting of members

Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, V, Jimin, and Jungkook, BTS also has six impressive videos that have reached the coveted one billion views milestone, which include hits like "Dynamite," "DNA," and "IDOL."

Fresh off the release of their three-disc anthology album, "Proof," the boys are currently working on solo 

and small group projects after announcing a few months ago that they would be slowing down their full-time work as a band.

Since then, Jungkook has teamed up with Charlie Puth in June to release the single "Left and Right," which peaked at #22 on the Billboard Hot 100, while 

Jin, Jimin, V and Jungkook released "Bad Decisions," featuring Benny Blanco and Snoop Dogg earlier this month. J-Hope continues to make history with the release of the album

Definitely the biggest of K-Pop! It's not just today that BTS has shown that it is in the hall of great artists of its generation. 

And it is the boygroup's achievements that prove such a statement! This Monday (15) an unprecedented fact marked the

beginning of the week for the boys. They became the first South Korean act to chart a total of ten songs in the Billboard Hot 100 Top 10.