SEVENTEEN has set a new personal record with her Japanese mini-album “24H”.
According to a report by Oricon on the morning of September 15, SEVENTEEN’s second Japanese mini-album “24H” was # 1 on Oricon’s weekly album chart (for the week of September 7th to 13th). First week sales for the album also topped 240,000, with the group topping over 200,000 sales for a mini-album for the first time in the first week.
In addition, “24H” follows SEVENTEEN’s sixth Korean mini-album “You Made My Dawn”, the third studio album “An Ode” and the seventh mini-album “Heng: garæ”, making it the group’s fourth project in a row that is based on Oricon’s weekly newspaper at # 1 is Albums Chart.
SEVENTEEN’s “24H”, including a title of the same name, contains Japanese versions of the “Pinwheel” of the vocal unit, the “247” of the performance unit, the “Chilli” of the hip-hop unit and the song “Together” from their seventh Korean mini -Album “Heng: garæ.”
Congratulations to SEVENTEEN!
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