BTS is continuing to see great success with their latest Japanese album “Face Yourself.”
Released on April 4, “Face Yourself” has earned a total of 282,032 Oricon points, putting BTS in first place for the Oricon weekly album chart for April 2 through 8. Following BTS’s second Japanese album “Youth,” released in September 2016, and BTS’s most recent Korean album “Love Yourself: Her,” which was released last September, this marks the third time BTS has topped the Oricon weekly album chart.
BTS also achieved 13,202 Oricon points for the Oricon daily album chart on April 8, maintaining their top spot for the sixth consecutive day.
BTS’s third official Japanese album “Face Yourself” contains a total of 12 tracks, including “Don’t Leave Me,” which is the theme song for the Japanese remake of tvN’s “Signal,” “Let Go,” and Japanese versions of the widely-loved “DNA” and “MIC Drop.”
Additionally, on April 6, “Face Yourself” ranked 78th on the United Kingdom’s Official Album Chart Top 100, 24th on the Official Album Download Chart Top 100, and 80th on the Official Album Streaming Chart Top 100, proving that their global popularity knows no bounds.