Seventeen ranks No. 23 on Billboard’s main album chart

연합뉴스 / 2022-06-22 14:07:46
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▲ This file photo shows Seventeen. (Yonhap)

 

 

SEOUL, June 22 (Yonhap) – As K-pop superband BTS has decided to pause group activities for the time being, other groups under HYBE’s labels are making a series of achievements on the U.S. Billboard charts.

According to the latest chart released by Billboard on June 21(U.S. Time), Seventeen's fourth full album "Face the Sun" ranked No. 23 on the main album chart "Billboard 200."

The album first entered the chart at 7th last week, breaking its own new record. At that time, it also topped "Top Album Sales," "Top Current Album Sales," and "World Albums," respectively, and ranked No. 5 on "Artist 100."

TOMORROW X TOGETHER(TXT), which was called a "brother group" of BTS under the same music label, also entered the top 50 by climbing back the main album chart.
 

▲ This file photo shows TOMORROW X TOGETHER. (Yonhap)

TXT's fourth mini album "minisode 2: Thursday's Child" ranked No. 43 on "Billboard 200," which was 16 steps higher from the previous week. The album remained on the charts for five consecutive weeks after it ranked No. 4 shortly after its release last month.

Moreover, it ranked third on "World Album" and sixth on "Top Current Album Sales" and "Top Album Sales."

LE SSERAFIM, the youngest of the family that debuted last month, has been named on the Billboard's various charts for seven consecutive weeks.

The group’s debut song "FEARLESS" each ranked No. 160 and No. 83 on "Billboard Global 200" and "Billboard Global" (Excl. U.S.), which ranks songs based on streaming and sales in over 200 countries.

The agency Source Music said, "LE SSERAFIM has been in the top ranks for seven weeks since it first entered the Billboard chart eight days after its debut. It is the only record set among K-pop girl groups that debuted this year.”

(This article is translated from Korean to English by Kim Sun Min.)

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