SEVENTEEN’s Fourth Full-Length Album Surpasses 1.74 M In Pre-Orders
K-Pop idol group SEVENTEEN are making records even before their official comeback release! According to album distribution company YG PLUS, the pre-orders for SEVENTEEN’s fourth full-length album, Face the Sun, exceeded 1.74 million copies just a week after pre-orders began.
This pre-order number of new albums exceeds the pre-order sales for their previous ninth mini album, Attaca, with 1.41 million copies, which was their own highest record. With this, they are setting new records and proving their potential as one of the leaders in K-Pop.
On the other hand, they also sold out both concerts for their SEVENTEEN 2022 JAPAN FANMEETING HANABI, which will be held at the Saitama Super Arena on May 7-8.
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