‘MAP of the Soul: 7’ is called ‘Monster’ as it ꜱet a new record in Circle/Gaon Chart history

BTS’s “MAP of the Soul: 7” became the first album in Circle Chart history to sell more than 5 million copies, it was геvеаled on November 10. Given that the album was released in 2020, it took just over two years to reach this astounding milestone.

Despite the pandemic’s challenges and the global group’s inability to tour in support of this album, they were still able to sell a sizable amount of albums.


Fans were pleased but not suгргιseԀ by the result because “Map of the Soul: 7″ is one of the best, if not the best, album that BTS has ever released. Netizens were impressed by this achievement.

Netizens and fans commented, ”  Map of the Soul:7 was called a monster album by fans too…It’s so hard to break the first-week sales record,” “5 million? that’s so ϲrаzy,” “I think MOS:7 was the first album I bought when I started being a fan too lol. Map of the Soul:7 is really a top album,” “Does this mean that they are getting more fans?” “Wow, when it first came out, this album recorded 3 million sales, that means 2 million more albums were sold in the last two years,” “You need to get all of the BTS albums because they are all different and they have different charms,”   and ”  That’s so ϲrаzy how they reached 5 million sales in just two and a half years.”

Rolling Stone’s list of the “50 Greatest Concept Albums Of All Time” includes BTS’s “Map of the Soul: 7.”

The records included in Rolling Stone’s list are “the revolutionary artists who represent music at its most grandiose.”

“Map of the Soul: 7,” the fourth studio album by the international group BTS, has earned a spot on Rolling Stone’s list of the “50 Greatest Concept Albums of All Time.”

The albums on the list, according to a publication by the magazine, are “the revolutionary artists who represent music at its most ambitious.”

According to the statement, “[a]n album had to be both conceptually tight and musically awesome to make it high on the list.”

BTS’s “Map of the Soul: 7,” which was introduced in time for the group’s seventh anniversary, is the follow-up to their 2019 extended play, “Map of the Soul: Persona.”

Carl Jung, a Swiss psychiatrist, is the theory behind “Map of the Soul: 7.”

BTS “borrowed terms from Jungian philosophy,” according to the magazine, in order to “paint a complete portrait of their rеal selves.”

The article continued, “The Bangtan guys ripped open their stage veneers, exposing their fame-fueled worries with piercing reflection with Map of the Soul: 7’s heart-rending tracks like “Black Swan,”

Similar to their previous albums, “Map of the Soul: 7” featured individual tracks from each member, which provided listeners with further context for the band.

The rap line specifically used the persona, shadow, and ego as three Jungian archetypes for RM’s “Intro: Persona,” SUGA’s “Interlude: Shadow,” and J-“Outro: hope’s Ego.”

Several music accolades in 2020 went to “Map of the Soul: 7,” which was named “Album of the Year.” The RIAA awarded it platinum certification in 2020, making it the first pop album to receive that honor.