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SEVENTEEN Rakes Over 450,000 Pre-Order Sales For Japanese Mini Album “24H”

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SEVENTEEN proves that they are truly unstoppable as they achieve a sweet monumental feat with their newest Japanese album 24H!

Popular boy group SEVENTEEN continues to break records as their latest Japanese album 24H achieves a tremendous amount of pre-orders.

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On September 9, Pledis Entertainment revealed that the album has officially reached 450,000 pre-order sales.

“If you combine [the sales of] Fallin’ Flower (550,000 copies) and Heng:garae (1.34 million copies), a total of 2.3 million albums have been shipped this year alone.’ the agency stated.

Following the successful release of Fallin’ Flower in January, 24H is SEVENTEEN’s second Japanese album since they unveiled We Make You in 2018.

Taking pride in its catchy atmosphere, the album also contains the Japanese versions of the group’s popular B-side tracks namely “Pinwheel”, “24/7”, “Chilli” and “Together.”

Soon after its pre-release in August, the album’s lead single with the same name also swept the top spot in Line Music’s real time charts.

This proves the strong impact and growing music presence of SEVENTEEN in Japan by achieving such record in a shortest amount of time.

In addition, “24H” also topped Melon’s Daily J-Pop Chart, while the group’s album also dominated Oricon’s Daily Album Chart with 193,829 total sales, as of current writing.

RECENT MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS

SEVENTEEN showed their massive popularity by surpassing more than 1.06 million pre-orders for their seventh mini album Heng:garæ, allowing them to carry the “Million-seller” title.

Adding to the group’s achievements, all six tracks from the album also scored the top spots in Korean domestic charts and iTunes Top Album Charts worldwide.

Just recently, SEVENTEEN also spent a wonderful time with fans last August 30 through an online fan meeting called CARAT LAND: 2020.

Featuring 14 multi-view screens, the special event allowed fans to easily interact and communicate with the SEVENTEEN members.

Moreover, the online meet-up also showcased not only the group’s flawless musical prowess but also their true personalities through various activities.

Meanwhile, SEVENTEEN will be performing “24H” in Japan’s representative music show Music Station on September 11.


Source: Yonhap News Agency

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