Seventeen Tops Oricon's Weekly Album Chart

2020.09.15 페이스북 트위터





Group Seventeen set another record of its own with their 2nd mini album '24H' in Japan.


Seventeen's second Japanese mini album '24H', released on the 9th, ranked first in the Oricon weekly album rankings (from September 7th to September 13th), according to the Oricon Breaking News, Japan's largest sales volume aggregation site released on the morning of the 15th. Occupied.


In particular, Seventeen's second mini-album '24H' in Japan surpassed 240,000 copies in the first week of release and stood at No. 1, and set its own record of'Achieved 200,000 copies in the first week of release' as a mini-album, realizing its strong global potential. 

In addition, SEVENTEEN ranked first in the Oricon weekly album ranking with four consecutive domestic and international albums, following their 6th mini album 'YOU MADE MY DAWN', 3rd regular album 'An Ode', 7th mini album 'Henggarae', and 2nd Japanese mini album '24H'. And the group achieved remarkable achievements, setting a record for the first time in history as an overseas male artist.

SEVENTEEN's 2nd mini album title song '24H' is a song that contains the message,'Even though we are walking on different paths like the hour and minute hands of a clock, we will meet like destiny someday.' 


Written by Lee Jung Ho
Translated by Lee So Yun





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