SEVENTEEN Receives Platinum Certification For 2nd Japanese Mini-Album “24H”

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SEVENTEEN hits another milestone, as their second Japanese mini-album 24H has been certified Platinum in Japan!

The powerhouse group of self-producing idols, SEVENTEEN, took the Japanese music scene with another remarkable achievement!


On October 9, the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) announced the list of certification awardees for the month of September. Included in the list is SEVENTEEN’s second Japanese mini-album 24H, which received a platinum certification. The platinum certification is given to songs/albums that reach 250,000 cumulative net shipments.

Prior to this great success, SEVENTEEN’s 24H has placed No.1 on Oricon’s Weekly Album Chart, and becomes the first foreign male artist in history to accomplish four-straight crowns on the chart.

Particularly, the group’s Japanese records has been constantly recognized by the RIAJ. This include their first Gold Certification with WE MAKE YOU in 2018, Platinum for its first single “Happy Ending”, and Double Platinum for its second single “Fallin’ Flower”.

Expressing gratitude to their ever-supportive fans, CARATs, SEVENTEEN said, “We would like to thank CARATs who always cheer and shine beside us. “24H” is a song we dedicate to you, and we are so happy that it receives so much love. We are looking forward to meet you with a new image soon. We will definitely meet, and we will be waiting for you always. ”

Meanwhile, SEVENTEEN is gearing for their Korean comeback on October 19 at 6 PM KST, with special album Semicolon. Prior to this, they will be holding a global press conference that will be held online at 4 PM KST.

Congratulations to SEVENTEEN and CARATS!

Photo | Source: RIAJ | Sports Donga