K-Pop band BTS can't be with their fans right now as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn't mean that the ARMY isn't thinking of them and helping them break new records in the meantime.

According to Forbes, the group "made iTunes history once more" due to the fact that they have now become the first act to have two songs hit No. 1 in 100 countries. Back in February, "Black Swan" reached the top of the charts in 103 countries, which helped it pass a record that Adele had previously held for five years thanks to her 2015 single, "Hello," hitting No. 1 in 102 countries.

Following the success of "Black Swan," the group, which consists of RM, J-Hope, SUGA, Jin, Jungkook, V, and Jimin, then reached the 100 country milestone yet again. This time, "Your Eyes Tell," which was featured on their 2020 album "Map of the Soul: 7 - The Journey," was the track that allowed them to earn the impressive achievement.

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The new accomplishment follows a variety of other records that the Korean pop act has broken in recent years. Not only have they shown their "unprecedented dominance" by becoming the first musical group to maintain the top spot on Billboard's World Album chart, but in February they also set another record in only 72 hours.

While it remains unclear what the rest of 2020 will hold for the boys due to the current health crisis surrounding the novel coronavirus, they have taken various steps in order to stay close to their fans until they can return to the stage. Following their decision in March to offer free Korean lessons, they later announced a live stream called "Bang Bang Con The Live," which took place on June 14.

The BTS concerts are the latest events to be cancelled or postponed as the outbreak has spread in the world's 12th-largest economy
The boy group BTS is pictured. AFP/Jung Yeon-je