'Euphoria' qualified for RIAA Platinum certification. 

BTS member Jungkook's solo song "Euphoria" has achieved impressive sales in the United States, surpassing one million units sold. 

According to the official chart data account, which provides real-time updates on global music charts, "Euphoria" has become a significant and valuable achievement as a K-pop solo song, despite being a Korean language song, by selling over one million units in the United States.



The song has also earned platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of America, making it the first BTS solo song to sell over one million units in the United States. 

DJ Swivel, the producer and Grammy winner of "Euphoria," celebrated the song's achievement on social media, expressing gratitude to Jungkook, who made the song special. 

"Euphoria" has already achieved the status of being the first Korean male solo song to sell over 500,000 units in the US and has been on the Billboard World Digital Song Sales chart for a record-breaking 91 weeks. 

It has also charted on over 93 iTunes charts in various countries, including the UK, Japan, and China. 

Additionally, "Euphoria" topped Rolling Stone's list of the 100 Best BTS Songs in 2022, ranking as the highest solo song by a BTS member. Jungkook has also collaborated with singer-songwriter and pop star Charlie Puth on "Left and Right," which has already achieved success in the US.

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