The achievement makes him the first solo K-pop act to have an album rule the chart for multiple weeks.
While G-Dragon's debut record sales last week were already something to gawk at -- achieving his best U.S. sales week in just one day -- the BIGBANG icon continues to set more impressive chart feats with his recently released EP.
For the second week in a row, G-Dragon's Kwon Ji Yong rules Billboard's World Albums chart with an additional 3,000 copies sold for the week ending June 15, according to Nielsen Music. That pushes the EP's cumulative total for the two weeks to just over 7,000 copies. The achievement makes him the first solo K-pop artist and second K-pop act overall to have an album spend multiple weeks at No. 1 on the chart.