BTS members Jungkook and Jimin have become the most beloved artists among Korean listeners this year.

As part of its annual wrap-up, Spotify, the world's largest audio and music streaming platform, revealed various records including the most streamed tracks and most beloved artists among Korean listeners this year.

Every year, Spotify announces various streaming records and global music trends that have marked the year through its Wrapped campaign.

Firstly, the most streamed artist in Korea for this year turned out to be BTS member Jimin, who released his first solo album 'FACE' in March. He was followed by Lim Young-woong, Jungkook, BTS, and NewJeans, who took the second to fifth spots, respectively.

Moreover, the most streamed track in Korea was BTS member Jungkook's 'Seven (feat. Latto)'. This track also achieved fourth place in the overall global most streamed tracks, demonstrating its popularity not just domestically but worldwide. Following this were Jimin's 'Like Crazy', 'Like Crazy (English Version)', and 'Set Me Free Pt.2', securing the second, third, and fifth places, showcasing his status as the artist with the most streams in Korea. The second most searched artist by Korean listeners this year, Lim Young-woong's 'London Boy', recorded fourth place.

The most streamed album in Korea was Lim Young-woong's 'IM HERO', with BTS's 'Proof' and LE SSERAFIM's 'UNFORGIVEN' sweeping the second and third places. Following these, Agust D's 'D-DAY' and Charlie Puth's 'CHARLIE', who successfully completed his tour in Korea in October, made it into the top five.