SEVENTEEN successfully finished the first week after their late comeback. On May 2nd, K-Pop boy...
SEVENTEEN successfully finishes the first week after their late comeback
On May 2nd, K-Pop boy band SEVENTEEN's first full-length album, 'LOVE&LETTER,' which was officially released on April 25th, peaked at Hanteo Weekly Chart for the last week of April (April 25th ~ May 1st).
A great number of K-Pop fans have showed explosive reactions for SEVENTEEN's new comeback during last one week, and on May 1st, the boy succeeded in peaking at #1 and #2 on Hanteo Daily Chart along with Hanteo Weekly Chart for the last week of April.
SEVENTEEN's new album was released in to two versions, 'LOVE' and 'LETTER,' and as of May 1st, the sales volume of 'LOVE' reached 39,849, and the sales volume of 'LETTER' reached 40,436 (80,285 in total), further indicating SEVENTEEN's colossal popularity and influence once again.
Another remarkable fact is that it only has been two years since SEVENTEEN made their official debut, and only major boy bands like EXO, BTS, Super Junior, TVXQ, and BigBang had achieved similar achievements in the past.
Before the album's official release, over 150 thousand fans have made reservations from Korea and overseas, and the album peaked #1 and #2 in Japan, where SEVENTEEN have not made their official debut yet. Furthermore, the album was ranked within the top 20 of iTunes Album Charts in 15 different countries, indicating SEVENTEEN's colossal potential in those regions.