SEVENTEEN“24H” has now been awarded platinum in Japan!
On October 9th, Japan’s Recording Industry Association (RIAJ) announced its certifications for the month of September. The list includes the new platinum certification for SEVENTEEN’s second Japanese mini-album “24H”, which was released on September 9th.
SEVENTEEN’s “24H”, including a title of the same name, features 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.”
RIAJ platinum certification is given to albums and singles that contain more than 250,000 copies in net cumulative shipments.
SEVENTEEN is currently preparing for a Korean comeback on October 19th with the special album ”; [Semicolon]. ”
Congratulations to SEVENTEEN!
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