For Billboard Japan's 'Hot 100' update, "Feel My Rhythm" by Red Velvet debuted at #47, becoming the group's sixth song to debut on the chart. TREASURE's B-side track from their first mini-album 'The Second Step: Chapter One,' titled "DARARI" made its first appearance on the chart at #40. Stray Kids's comeback title track "MANIAC" reached a new peak of #43 on the chart. "Dynamite" by BTS has now spent 84 weeks on the chart, becoming the third-longest-charting song by a Korean act tied with "DNA." TWICE's first full English-language single "The Feels" is at #45, its 26th week on the chart, extending its record as the longest-charting K-Pop girl group song this year.
For this week's 'Artist 100' chart update, Red Velvet re-entered and reached a new peak of #51 on the chart. Stray Kids also re-entered the chart at #45. In addition, TWICE and BTS have now spent 70 cumulative weeks on the chart, becoming the only K-Pop acts to reach the milestone.
[This article includes only those who debuted, re-entered, reached new peaks, and extended or broke records on Billboard Japan's 'Hot 100' and 'Artist 100.']