The record march... has entered the Billboard 200 for 60 consecutive weeks.

The group BTS (BTS) released its fourth full-length album last year has entered the Billboard main album chart "Billboard 200" for 60 consecutive weeks.

According to Billboard's latest chart released on the 20th (local time), "Map of the Soul: 7," released in February last year, ranked 113th on the Billboard 200 this week.

The album debuted at number one on the "Billboard" 200 shortly after its release and remained on the charts for 60 consecutive weeks. It is the longest record for a Korean singer's album.

The total number of chart entries is 98 weeks more for BTS's "Love Yourself Answer" album, which was released in August 2018, but "Map of the Sol:7" is longer for consecutive entries.

BTS's "BE" album, released in November last year, also steadily ranked 117th on the latest "Billboard 200."

Taylor Swift's re-recording of her second studio album, "Fearless," topped the list on Billboard 200 this week.

Billboard said this is the only case in which an album that has been re-recorded has topped the Billboard chart.