SEVENTEEN Continues To Dominate The Oricon Chart
SEVENTEEN is following up their previous Oricon success with another top spot!
On April 1, the group released their second Japanese single “Fallin’ Flower,” which features the eponymous title track that Woozi and Dino collaborated on.
Following their success with snagging the top spot on the Oricon daily singles chart last week, the group also topped the weekly chart for the first week of April, according to the Oricon official website. Previously, their sixth Korean mini album “YOU MADE MY DAWN” and their third Korean studio album “An Ode” both topped the Oricon weekly album chart as well, though this is the first time the group has reached such an achievement on the singles chart.
“Fallin’ Flower” sold over 334,000 copies in the first week of April, making it their second consecutive Japanese album after “Happy Ending” to surpass 200,000 units in sales. This also makes SEVENTEEN the first overseas male artist to make such an achievement on the Oricon chart.
Of the achievement, the members of SEVENTEEN expressed their gratitude, saying, “We firmly believe that this result was made possible thanks to the love and support given to us by our fans. It’s because of them that we’re able to give such a positive energy through our music and our performances, and we’ll ever strive to keep showing that.”
Moving forward, SEVENTEEN plans to meet with their fans through a variety of promotions and scheduled activities.
Congratulations to SEVENTEEN!
Watch the MV for their title track “Fallin’ Flower” below!