(PRESSREELS) Jungkook’s self-composed song “Your Eyes Tell” has hit major Japanese music charts, including the Oricon Chart, to global charts.
The fourth full-length Japanese album “MAP OF THE SOUL:7 ~THE JOURNEY” released on July 15 and Jungkook’s self-composed song “Your Eyes Tell” topped major Japanese music charts “Line Music,” “Mora” and “Lecochoku” on the 17th.
“Your Eyes Tell” topped Line Music’s real-time, daily chart, daily and real-time Western/foreign music singles chart in Mora, and No. 1 on the Recochoku Daily Chart.
On July 16, she was also ranked No. 1 in “Mora” and “Line Music.”
After the release of the song at midnight on July 15, the song topped the Oricon Daily Digital Singles chart in Japan. According to the Oricon chart, ‘Your Eyes Tell’ topped the list with sales of 13,089.
“Your Eyes Tell” entered first place in the line music “Song TOP 100” section “Daily,” BGM&Melody TOP 100 and K-POP TOP 100 and boasted its popularity in the region with songs from Japanese albums.
Meanwhile, ‘Your Eyes Tell’ also showed strong sound power on iTunes, a global music site.
“Your Eyes Tell” topped the iTunes song chart for the third day on the 15th, 16th and 17th.
Earlier, “Your Eyes Tell” showed unrivaled popularity of music, topping iTunes Top Songs charts in 92 countries, including Japan, the United States, Britain, France and Germany, 24 hours after the release of the song.
He later added the No. 1 spot on the iTunes Top Song Chart in Mozambique, South Africa and Mongolia on Wednesday, breaking the milestone of topping the iTunes Top Song Chart in a total of 95 countries in just two days.
In particular, the record on iTunes is the shortest and most national iTunes top song on the track of the BTS Japanese album.
Meanwhile, “Your Eyes Tell” is addictive from the introduction of a gentle piano accompaniment to a clear and sparkling high-pitched chorus. The song was composed for Jungkook’s mixtape, but it was listed as a song from his fourth full-length Japanese album.
In addition, it was also selected as the OST for the director’s Japanese film “Your Eyes Are Ask” for “Miki Takahi,” a remake of the Korean film “Only You,” scheduled to be released in the fall of 2020.